What is Auto SSL and What are the Steps to Embed it in VPS?

Installing and renewing the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) plan happens to be one of the most significant issues faced by every WHM and cPanel user. One way to get rid of the above is to embed Auto SSL.

What is Auto SSL?

It is the one-stop-shop solution for all the SSL needs. Embedding the feature of auto SSL, users no longer need to fill page-long forms or copy certificates manually in the desired place. Once, you subscribe to the auto SSL feature, you employ an infrastructure where the security coverage of your website will never lapse. Every time the duration is about to expire, request for a new and free SSL is sent, and this leads to the automatic installation of the auto SSL feature.

Why Do You Need Auto SSL In VPS Hosting?

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CES 2020: Avita readies new colorful Admiror, Pura laptop lines

Avita Admiror

Avita is the consumer laptop brand of Hong Kong-based Nexstgo, which decided to enter the U.S. laptop market this year with cheap, colorful models like the Clarus and Liber, the latter of which ZDNet’s Eileen Brown favorably reviewed a couple of months ago. With its two newest families, it launches itself into a higher echelon of performance while maintaining its rainbow of chassis choices.

Also: More CES coverage at CNET

Avita plans to introduce the Admiror and Pura lines to the larger world during next month’s CES, though the notebooks are already for sale in the company’s home market. In its press release, Avita emphasizes the design bonafides of the new systems, while providing little information about the specs. Luckily, the Hong Kong version of the brand’s website fills in some of those details for us.

While the Clarus was a low-price, low-performance machine, the Liber was a

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Fintech workers called to share their experiences of microaggression

Workers in the fintech industry can share their experiences of microaggresion at work as part of a study that attempts to fill a gap in understanding workplace culture, which can often be damaging.

InChorus, which collects data through a web app to help businesses create more inclusive workplaces, has launched a website to allow fintech workers to anonymously log incidents of microaggresion in their workplaces.

Microaggressions, which include insulting slights and snubs, are often overlooked as a problem as businesses focus on more serious incidents.

InChorus co-CEO Rosie Turner said incidents such as these are subtle and often fall through the cracks. “This might include the female CTO [chief technology officer] of a fintech constantly being mistaken for the secretary,” she said.

Turner said companies realise the importance of ensuring staff are happy in the workplace, but there are gaps to fill.

“We find that while typically companies have employee

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IBM, Telstra, Boeing among largest tech suppliers to Australian government

Australian government entities publicly awarded AU$490.8 billion in contracts over a 10-year period, with AU$64.5 billion of that total spent in 2018-19.

Two of the top five procurement categories from 2009 through 2019 were explicitly technology-related, with just shy of AU$7.3 billion spent across both.

For services under the “engineering and research and technology-based services” and “information technology broadcasting and telecommunications” categories, IBM Australia has walked away with nearly AU$4.3 billion.

Must read: IBM banks on strong history for success with AU$1b government contract

Telstra has been awarded nearly AU$8.2 billion; Optus, just shy of AU$1.1 billion; and Fujitsu Australia, a little over AU$1 billion.

Covering all five categories, Boeing has received just over AU$9.2 billion and Lockheed Martin AU$1.1 billion.

The information was revealed in a report [PDF] from the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO), which was looking into the procurement practices of Commonwealth entities.

As ANAO detailed, 66%

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Nokia lights up Rakuten network, flies with Irish Aviation Authority

In a double whammy for Nokia, Japanese operator Rakuten Mobile is to deploy the Finnish tech firm’s photonic mesh mobile backhaul network for its 4G and 5G networks, and the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has turned to Nokia to upgrade its air traffic control communications network to support migration from legacy services.

Japan’s newest mobile carrier, Rakuten Mobile is to launch what it claims is the world’s first end-to-end fully virtualised cloud-native 5G mobile network. The mobile network will be built on a nationwide optical infrastructure covering all 47 prefectures throughout Japan and supporting backhaul and datacentre interconnect applications.

Nokia’s optical component and wavelength routing technology, the Nokia 1830 Photonic Service Switch, will be used in both the long-haul and metro optical networks, creating a photonic mesh, said to be the first of its kind for a mobile backhaul network. Nokia will also operate Rakuten Mobile’s virtualised core network

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