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Security Enhancement to Office Mail Service

Our product development team at ReadySpace has constantly been working hard to provide easy to use and secure services for Small businesses. As such, we have done some adjustments to our Office Mail service to give you a better experience. In order to maintain security and service quality, Office Mail Continue Reading

Discovering GitLab’s Personas

Back in January, I explained why GitLab uses personas in product development. At the time, we were still in the process of discovering who GitLab’s personas were. To make sure that the needs and expectations of our users were met, we asked them to complete a survey to share their Continue Reading

How eero mesh WiFi routers connect to the cloud

This is a guest post by Gabe Kassel, Product Manager for Embedded Software at eero. Relying on a single wireless router to provide internet in every room of the home is like expecting a single light bulb to illuminate the entire house. It’s physics – WiFi radio waves don’t travel Continue Reading

FortiMail named IDC Email Security Leader

As a product manager, the start of the year is a time to take a few breaths and reflect on the successes or failures of the past year and plan for future projects.  When we have invested so much effort into our products, we know their strengths, but spending so Continue Reading

How to optimize product page content to boost sales

The product page is the cornerstone of your e-commerce website. Potential customers should be able to easily find and examine products, and get all the necessary details to prompt them to make a purchase.So it’s essential to analyze performance and optimize product pages when necessary.And that means improving the architecture Continue Reading

How the Consumer Product Safety Commission is (Inadvertently) Behind the Internet’s Largest DDoS Attacks

The mission of the United State’s Government’s Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is to protect consumers from injury by products. It’s ironic then that the CPSC is playing an unwitting role in most of the largest DDoS attacks seen on the Internet. To understand how, you need to understand a Continue Reading

jQuery Version Removals in cPanel & WHM version 58

In cPanel & WHM version 58, we’re removing several jQuery libraries from our product and will no longer ship them. We’re removing the following jQuery libraries: jQuery 1.7 jQueryUI jQuery-UI-Themes If you have implemented custom code that requires any of these libraries, you will need to either install these libraries Continue Reading

How to package your products online

When we talk about “packaging a product,” your mind likely drifts to thoughts of corrugated cardboard boxes, bubble wrap, and tape — that is, physical packaging. But have you given any thought to how you package your products online? For some store owners, they display and sell their products simply. Their Continue Reading

The Power of Great Product Content

How many products do you sell? If you offer more than one product, you may find yourself working tediously to put together information for each item. Hundreds of products later you might find yourself asking, “Is this worth it?” To help us demonstrate the power of having great product content Continue Reading

PIM: go further and faster in managing your product data

In today’s article, our partner agency Synolia explains how open source Product Information Management tools like Akeneo can help retailers streamline product catalogs and communicate more effectively with customers. After a decade spent going toe-to-toe, traditional and digital distribution channels are now coming together to better meet customers’ needs. From Continue Reading