We updated the prices on the front page of our site today. Current clients, if you’re not getting the new space, let us know and we’ll upgrade your account. No prices are going up for services; only the space for your online presence! Cool, huh? Merry Christmas!
In a move that most likely no one will actually notice (we hope), we’re changing some of the parameters regarding both how the servers distribute email, and the servers themselves. This is in reaction to more recent changes to the GFW. Due to the ongoing changes, we try to stay one step ahead, and with this move, we hope to have no disruption in service now, or in the future.
As you can see, we’re on our way to rebuilding our company site, back to its old design, but bringing with it a lot of new content. We’ll also be showcasing a lot of new improvements here in the blog & social media in the next several months. So by all means, follow us, and stay up to date with what we’re doing, and what’s coming next!
We’re still working with our few instances of AWS, and have come up with a few different solutions, but due to the Chinese… “internet enhancers”, we’ve decided to utilize these more for an overseas market, rather than for here in China, or Asia. Stay tuned!
We’ve been busy messing around with Amazon AWS for the purpose of testing new services inside & outside of China, as well as the US. While we’re still in the experimentation stage, we hope to have something functional deliverable within a decent time frame.
TeraScape was a part of this year’s Drupal Camp, even going as far as setting up the after party at The Shed in Shanghai! Find out more about it here!
This week, TeraScape took steps to secure our servers from the recent security discrepancy known to most as Heartbleed. Weve patched our OpenSSL, but we still encourage our clients, and everyone else for that matter, to change your passwords. Not just with TeraScape, but with any online service you may use.
CNET provides a list of the top 100 websites, who they asked whether or not they have patched their servers, and whether or not they recommend changing passwords.