Today, hosting and cloud mergers, acquisitions, shifting market economics, and other variables have contributed to make DirectAdmin the fastest-growing hosting control panel. Unfortunately, this success tends to put a bullseye on a popular technology: the faster it is adopted, the more it gets attention from the entire market — and cybercriminals.
Hosting and cloud hosting providers need to stay on top evolving best practices to make sure their DirectAdmin servers and websites are as secure as possible. To help, Acronis will be hosting an upcoming webinar, “Keeping DirectAdmin Servers and Websites Safe,” on July 21 at 12:00 p.m. EST. To learn more, or to register, please visit this page.
This webinar will cover many valuable best practices to keep DirectAdmin hosting environments and websites safe. It will also show how the latest integration from Acronis delivers enterprise-grade backup and file-based restoration specifically for DirectAdmin users. It will even provide a review of a real-world deployment in a hosting environment.
Led by a senior DirectAdmin engineer, the presentation will give hosting and cloud service providers a closer look at the following important topics:
- Fully configurable backups: Build custom and premium plans for fast, easy deployment.
- Granular restore and recovery: Recover individual files, websites. and databases without stopping the server.
- Self-serve functionality: Empower customers do simple restorations from a self-serve portal.
Given the popularity of DirectAdmin and the increased attention it is receiving from cybercriminals, this webinar is perfect for all hosting and cloud service providers, even if they’re not currently using DirectAdmin.
For more information, including registration, please visit this page today.
Acronis is a Swiss company, founded in Singapore. Celebrating two decades of innovation, Acronis has more than 1,800 employees in 45 locations. The Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud solution is available in 26 languages in over 150 countries and is used by 20,000 service providers to protect over 750,000 businesses.