December 9, 2016

Industry Roundup : Week 1, December

Web Werks adds a new version of Plesk to its data center services
The new version lets customers administer all system updates from a single location

This week, Web Werks announced that its VPS and Cloud Hosting plans are now available with a new Control Panel – Plesk Onyx. The new control panel has features including Docker Support, Git Support, WordPress Toolkit, Ruby and Node.js Support, etc.

Nikhil Rathi, CEO, Web Werks said :

Adding the new Plesk Onyx version gives us yet another value add to our customers as a data center and web hosting service provider. With Plesk Onyx, end-users can efficiently conduct multiple logins and interfaces.

Our clients can either buy Plesk VPS or Cloud server hosting service from Web Werks or upgrade their virtual servers to gain access to Plesk Onyx.

Web Werks said that the update provides end users with the ability to administer all the system updates from a single location. They are also provided with two options to choose from i.e. Plesk Web Pro Edition and Plesk Web Host Edition.

Connectria Hosting offers HIPAA compliance for Azure
The company announced HIPAA compliant options on Microsoft Azure so organizations can meet the regulations

This week, cloud hosting and security company Connectria Hosting announced that customers can now run HIPAA compliant environments on Microsoft Azure platform.

The ‘Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act’ (HIPAA) provides standards for the storage and management of data relating to healthcare.

Connectria says that the addition of HIPAA Compliance for Microsoft Azure enables customers to choose the cloud environment and technology stack that’s right for them.

Rich Waidmann, President and CEO of Connectria said :

Our extensive background in HIPAA Compliance, combined with our close partnership with Microsoft, will help ensure that healthcare providers and healthcare software companies can meet their HIPAA requirements when they store electronic Protected Health Information (PHI and/or ePHI) in Microsoft’s Azure Cloud.

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