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Fill in Our Survey and Win an Apple Watch
Another year is almost over and it is our tradition during this time to invite you to share your opinion about our service in our annual Client Survey. We deeply value your feedback because it helps us to improve and deliver a better customer experience next year. As a token of appreciation for your cooperation, we have prepared a cool prize for one lucky survey participant. Please fill in our survey by December 15th 2016 and you will automatically enter our draw for an Apple Watch!
Awesome PHP 7 Updates!
One of the great things about SiteGround setup is that we allow multiple PHP versions on the same server. Last year we hurried to include PHP 7.0 right after it was released, because of its huge performance gains. Now we believe it is mature enough and made it our default PHP version for all new accounts. And for all PHP fans eager to try the hot-from-the-оven PHP 7.1, we have now added it as an option too!
Voted Best Employer of the Year!
We are extremely proud to announce that SiteGround was voted “Best Employer of the Year” based on a thorough independent survey in which 85% of our employees took part. We recorded an amazing employee satisfaction rate of 95%, which is significantly higher than the results of other participating companies. Once again we showed that being a SiteGrounder is not just a job but a passion!
Top Support Rep in November
This month our top Support representative is Leonid Gorunov, who has been with SiteGround for over 5 years. He has always been genuinely interested in web technologies and truly loves his job. Leonid is also one of the SiteGround winter sport enthusiasts and has already prepared his gear for the snow! Check out his full interview.
Linux Kernel Exploit Fixed
This week a Linux kernel local root exploit (CVE-2016-8655) was found and reported. Our dedicated Linux kernel team acted quickly and applied the official vulnerability patch in less than 24 hours. All our shared and cloud servers are now protected with no reboots and downtime. Learn more about the security problem and how we patched it.