Posts by Roy Randolph

2018: A Roadmap To Connecting Customers

2018 Goals

We know how hectic these first few weeks can be, so we are sending a quick note to share with you a few exciting changes and updates KartHost™ will be debuting in 2018. This year we really want to focus on connecting our customers to as many resources as possible to guide them through their…

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How to Protect Personal & Payment Data And Avoid Fines

EU Personal Data Laws Online

How much is your privacy and personal information worth to you? For hackers, that number is about $41.47/per hour profit totaling over $110 billion since 2010 (according to password app company, Keeper). $110 billion with a “b” – that’s how much hackers have stolen in just 7 years by breaking into databases and selling personal…

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KloudEmail FAQ

The following are a few of the questions we hear and answer regularly. If your question is not listed be sure to either send us a note or submit a support ticket. What is Mobile Sync? Mobile Sync is a Microsoft Exchange technology that allows you to sync not only your emails, email folders,  but…

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Secure vs. Encrypted Email: What’s The Difference?

Encryption Lock

Keeping information private and secure on the world wide web has become an increasingly hot topic. With the CIA data breeches making global headline news, it goes to show you that no one is exempt from exposing their own personal information, their friend’s, family’s and even their client’s. The cyberattacks during the 2016 presidential election have…

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KloudEmail Changes You have been asking for

Update: The upgrades effective May 31, 2017 You’ve been asking, and we’ve delivered. In our continual push to make things easier on you and your business, we have recently undergone a ‘fixer upper’ / makeover of our KloudEmail services. As with any makeover, we had to tear down a few walls and shake things up a bit.…

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Reasons to Use SSL on my Web Site | Let's Encrypt at KartHost

For many years the main reasons you would want your web site to use HTTPS protocol instead of the unsecured HTTP protocol is if you were taking sensitive data from your site visitor, like passwords, credit cards, social security numbers home addresses etc. You know, the common sense stuff. And to activate SSL (HTTPS, which really…

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Security Alert Internet Explorer 6 – POODLE

Web Security SSL Vulnerability – POODLE If your computer is still running Windows XP and you are still using Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) (and Mac Safari older than 10.8) please be advised that starting in November most all merchant account services (aka, paying online) will no longer be offering “SSL 3.0” which is a very old and…

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What Makes Up An Email Address?

And Wyatt Matters that Your Name is After the “@”   What Makes up an Email Address? People have asked “what’s the difference between a web address and an email address”? And really that is simple. The major difference is the “@” symbol (pronounced  “at”, if you look at Wikipedia it’s says it’s a “commercial…

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