What's new in PHP 7?

Good news everyone! Last night, after many years of development, PHP 7 was published. In this blog post we shed more light on what’s […]

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Harald, the internet of things in action with beacons

Every day beacons show the added value of the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is here to stay. More and more devices communicate with each other or with their user. The purpose is to provide added […]

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Drupal 8 is out

Drupal 8 is out: what’s new?

After many years of development Drupal 8 was released last week. And it’s a solid rewrite. There are more reusable components now which form the basis […]

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Choosing for a private cloud?

What are the important factors when choosing a public or private cloud?

When you are about to choose a public or private cloud solution it is good not to just seriously consider the advantages and disadvantages, […]

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Nucleus cloud hosting - ISO 27001 certified

Nucleus is granted new ISO 27001:2013 certificate

Nucleus was recently granted a new ISO 27001:2013 certificate for data security. It’s not new, but today we are certified for the most recent […]

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http/2 – new highway for the web?

Since the end of September all internal Nucleus web servers are adapted to support http/2. This new protocol is the long expected successor of […]

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No Safe Harbour - cloud security

No more safe harbour

Last week the European Court of Justice decided to annul the “Safe Harbour” regulation between the EU and the US. What does this mean […]

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Pukkelpop ticket sale a huge success

Pukkelpop started its online ticket sales this week. The system used to sell the tickets runs entirely on Nucleus servers. The ticketing system itself […]

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Domain names are nothing but air?

Last week Minister Johan Vandelanotte claimed that domain name sellers are making super-profits by selling ‘hot air’. Just as if phone numbers in the […]

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Pimping the office

Since January the Nucleus Geeks have moved into the new office on the ground floor. The interior designers of Project Atelier have done a […]

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Ebook Uptime

eBook: How much is downtime costing your company?

Do you know what it costs you when your website or online applicatie is unavailable? Is downtime as bad as everyone says? And can you reach 100% uptime?

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Case studies
Nucleus - KMDA - Uptime as a service

KMDA – Uptime-as-a-Service

KMDA uses Nucleus Uptime-as-a-Service. This means that they can count on managed cloud servers with maximal cloud security. The management, maintenance and permanent monitoring of the entire KMDA-infrastructure is fully taken care of by Nucleus. Read the complete case here!

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Graspop Case

Nucleus helps Graspop Metal Meeting to absorb peak moments online

Because of the success of the festival the website had to cope with ever increasing numbers of visitors.

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Nucleus case - Antum - Uptime-as-a-Service

Case Antum - Uptime-as-a-Service

Antum, an IT-company based in Mechelen, launched an innovative online identification tool. The AntumID identifies people, without compromising their privacy. Antum uses Nucleus’ managed cloud servers with maximal cloud security.

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