Posts tagged “News”

Implementing HTTPS for Chrome Users

HTTPS encryption allows websites to protect end users, encrypting traffic between browsers and the site’s web servers. Browser developers plan to add new warnings for end users when they surf to websites not encrypted with HTTPS, before eventually phasing out HTTP in favor of HTTPS. Yesterday, Google became the…

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DigitalOcean Currents: June 2018

For the fourth edition of Currents, our quarterly report on developer trends in the cloud, we asked nearly 5,000 respondents around the world for their opinions on developer technologies like containers and serverless computing, and the latest hiring trends in software development. Some of our key findings this time…

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The Next Wave: DigitalOcean’s New CEO

A few months ago, I announced my plans to find my successor as we approached our next phase of growth. Today, I am very excited to announce that Mark Templeton will be joining us as DigitalOcean’s new CEO. We were looking for a leader who could scale our operations,…

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GDPR is Here, and We've Got You Covered

Today, the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect. (You might have received a few emails about it.) There are a lot of moving parts, but it’s an important step in protecting the fundamental right of privacy for European citizens, and it also raises the bar…

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A Message About Intel’s Latest Security Findings

In response to Intel’s statement today regarding new vulnerabilities, we wanted to share all the information we have to date with our customers and community. Current information does not suggest that this latest vulnerability, Variant 4, would allow Droplets to gain access to the host hypervisor, or access to…

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