Add-Ons

Get more protection and peace of mind with add-ons for backups, email, firewalls, redundancy, and more.

  • How to Implement the NIST Cybersecurity Framework Today

    How to Implement the NIST Cybersecurity Framework Today

    Find out what the NIST cybersecurity framework is, why you need it, and best ways to implement and use the framework today.

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  • Liquid Web Celebrates World Backup Day 2022

    Liquid Web Celebrates World Backup Day 2022

    Take the pledge and protect your business by backing up your data and workloads in the cloud. Liquid Web celebrates World Backup Day 2022.

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  • How to Securely Run Traditional Software and Applications

    How to Securely Run Traditional Software and Applications

    Learn about software patching, why traditional software is vulnerable to attack, and how to secure your legacy applications in the cloud.

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  • What is a Hardware Firewall? How It Keeps You Secure

    What is a Hardware Firewall? How It Keeps You Secure

    Hardware firewalls are physical devices that can help to keep your data and servers secure by filtering out malicious traffic.

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  • VM Sprawl: Definition, Management, & Control

    VM Sprawl: Definition, Management, & Control

    Fighting VM and system sprawl at your business? Find out best practices around management and how to control VM sprawl now.

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  • An Overview of Legacy Software and Systems

    An Overview of Legacy Software and Systems

    Find out what legacy software and systems are, the top issues that plague software owners, and steps to move your application into the cloud.

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  • Virtualization Security: A Comprehensive Overview

    Virtualization Security: A Comprehensive Overview

    Virtualization security ensures that multiple virtual instances of a device running a single physical hardware resource are protected.

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  • 10 Absolute Best Ways to Mitigate Security Risk

    10 Absolute Best Ways to Mitigate Security Risk

    Find out the 10 absolute best ways to mitigate security risk and threats, including practical tips and strategies for prevention.

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  • Cybersecurity Risk Assessment: What It Is & How to Create Your First One Today

    Cybersecurity Risk Assessment: What It Is & How to Create Your First One Today

    Find out what a cybersecurity risk assessment is, the benefits, and exact steps to implement risk assessment in your organization today.

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  • An Overview of Storage Virtualization

    An Overview of Storage Virtualization

    By virtualizing your storage, you can pool resources together. Find out everything there is to know about storage virtualization in our guide.

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  • Liquid Web’s “Cybersecurity Actions and Attitudes” Study Reveals Financial and Organizational Impact of Attacks

    Liquid Web’s “Cybersecurity Actions and Attitudes” Study Reveals Financial and Organizational Impact of Attacks

    Liquid Web released a study on the effects of cybersecurity attacks including consequences, post-attack responses, and preparedness for future attacks.

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  • Server Stack Best Practices for Growing SMBs

    Server Stack Best Practices for Growing SMBs

    A single DDoS attack can cost SMBs $123,000 and 46% of users won't return to a poorly performing site. Download this one pager for server stack best practices and get secure today.

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  • What is Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS)? Definition & Examples

    What is Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS)? Definition & Examples

    Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS), like SaaS, outsources cloud-based security services in a subscription service model, saving time and increasing defense.

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    Business Email
  • What is DDoS Mitigation & 6 Tips to Prevent an Attack

    What is DDoS Mitigation & 6 Tips to Prevent an Attack

    Learn all you need to know about the different types of DDoS mitigation, as well as 6 tips to prevent your website or server from an attack.

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  • What is a DDoS Attack? Definition and Examples

    What is a DDoS Attack? Definition and Examples

    A distributed denial of service (DDoS) is an attack that can cause a network or server to be interrupted and unavailable to users. Learn all you need to know about DDoS attacks.

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  • A Complete Guide to Website Performance

    A Complete Guide to Website Performance

    For those looking to improve website performance, increase site speed, traffic, and optimize SEO, this is the only guide you need.

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  • What is Bring Your Own Device and How to Create Your BYOD Policy Today

    What is Bring Your Own Device and How to Create Your BYOD Policy Today

    Find out what BYOD is, the advantages and risks of BYOD, and how to create your first Bring Your Own Device policy for your organization today.

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  • What is Server Downtime and Four Methods of Prevention

    What is Server Downtime and Four Methods of Prevention

    Experiencing server downtime? Here are the three most common causes, the cost of downtime, and four methods for how to avoid server downtime.

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  • Data Privacy Checklist for Dedicated Hosting

    Data Privacy Checklist for Dedicated Hosting

    Ensure your SMB, SME or agency that works with customer data is able to stay secure and maintain compliance with regulatory agencies with this helpful data privacy checklist. Download now.

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  • What is an Information Security Policy and How to Create One

    What is an Information Security Policy and How to Create One

    Find out what an information policy is, its elements and best practices, and five steps to create your first information security policy today.

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