Storm Internet has again set a new record at the Internet Services Providers’ Association (ISPA) annual Awards. Taking first place in the coveted Best Hosting Provider category brings the Oxfordshire host’s total number of category wins to 9, three more than previous record holder UKFast.
The Wordfence-WPScan whitepaper is out, shedding light on the state of Wordpress security. But these threats aren’t just limited to Wordpress; virtually any website that uses a database, accepts user input (e.g. forms), or has a login page (for users or site administrators) is a legitimate target.
Heard the one about the “Billion Dollar Delete Button”? If you’ve read our previous article, you’ll remember how Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Mr Potato Head, Hamm and Rex almost never made it to the big screen in Toy Story 2.
As the world limps on and businesses in the UK contend with the challenges of another period of lockdown, B4 members representing the Business Services, IT & Communications Hub marked Data Protection Day on Thursday 28th January 2021 by discussing what the major threats were to their businesses. With thanks to Darren Aston (Aston & James), Neill Lawson-Smith (CIS Ltd), Paul Ballinger (STL Communications), Salim Benadel (Storm Internet) and Kellie Peters (Databasix).
Storm Internet has won the award for Best Hosted Provider at the 2020 Internet Services Providers’ Association (ISPA) Awards. It is the 8th win for the Oxfordshire-based host since 2013, in what has become one of the UK’s most competitive events for internet service providers.
1. Customer care. Great opportunity to demonstrate customer care. We called up everyone of our customers just to check how they were and if there was anything we could do to help them further – had a lot of good feedback from doing this.
As founder and director of Storm Internet, Salim Benadel has a passion for doing things right. It’s not often you come across someone with such a level of drive and determination to succeed, but Salim wants to succeed to help his growing number of clients succeed, to make their lives easier…it’s the mantra of Storm.