Aug 2, 2023

Our Social Media Backup Service - SocialSync - No Longer Supports Twitter

In the last few months there have been a lot of changes at Twitter. One important (and very controversial) change that directly affects developers providing Twitter-related services and apps is the transition of the Twitter API to a subscription-based business model for monetization. Basically, developers are faced with one of two options - either pay Twitter an exorbitant amount of money monthly for the level of access they need for their service to function normally, or discontinue the serv...

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Jul 13, 2023

ICDSoft WordPress Manager Updated with New Tools and Features

We have been really focused on improving our managed WordPresstools even further. So, we are happy to introduce the next major update in the feature set of our WordPress Manager. We will go over the most important changes and enhancements below.

New Features and QoL Improvements

  • Now you have more control over what content to keep or delete when setting a staging site as live. Mor...

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Apr 6, 2023

Extra CPU Power for All Managed VPS Plans and More RAM for the SmartVPS Platform

For the past couple of months here at ICDSoft we've been test-running an automatic performance boosting system on all VPS plans. We call this system CPU Burst, and it basically improves VPS performance by unlocking additional CPU cores at no extra cost. The system performs exceptionally well, and our stats show that VPS plans take advantage of CPU Burst 99% of the time.

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Feb 2, 2023

PHP 8.2 Now Available on All ICDSoft Servers

We are happy to announce a new addition to the already wide selection of PHP versions available on the ICDSoft servers- PHP 8.2. As usual, the new version brings a number of improvements, and users can find more information about the new features and backward incompatible changes in the official PHP documentation.

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Jan 19, 2023

Easier WordPress Site Administration with Our Improved WordPress Manager

We are starting the new year with some major improvements to the WordPress section in our hosting Control Panel, which is now called WordPress Manager. Here's a quick summary of what has been updated and improved:

  • When a user logs in to their Control Panel, we now check the hosting account for WordPress installations that have not been imported to WordPress Manager. If we find some, we show a notification with a convenient button to scan...

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