One of our enterprise hosting customers asked us if it would be possible to integrate FileMaker Server with Okta, their authentication provider. At first, we were not sure. But, after … Read More
If you are considering hosting your QuickBooks Desktop file there are a couple things you need to consider. How many users do you need to access your hosted QuickBooks Desktop … Read More
FileMaker 17 is here and with it are a lot of new features. In this blog specifically, we’re going to discuss FileMaker Server 17 and the new FileMaker Admin API. … Read More
Why should I host my QuickBooks Desktop file, you ask? Well, why do you host anything? Remote access, secure data, backups of your data files, no server to manage, the … Read More
With the holidays right around the corner, Devon 2017 feels like a long time ago. If you are missing that exciting buzz experienced at DevCon we invite you to take a listen to FileMaker Talk’s podcast from DevCon -” Live at DevCon in Phoenix 2017″.
When it comes to hosting your FileMaker solution, there are a lot of options out there. You can host it yourself onsite, you can host with a service, or you can explore FileMaker Cloud.
With the advent of FileMaker Cloud (FMC), we took a close look at our list of plug-ins and selected the one we felt was the best candidate for Linux compatibility.
FileMaker 16 Server was released on May 9, 2017, and with it came an impressive increase in capacity. This optimization will make it even easier for companies to scale their solutions and deal with increases user connections.
We have two new services for FileMaker Cloud to get you up and running on AWS.
We have a new series of hosting plans! Using a combination of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and our existing infrastructure we developed three affordable options for FileMaker 15 users.
This blog should answer 98% of your questions regarding our Dedicated Hosting Plans. Learn about the specs and minimum requirements, features, services, backup information, security and other FAQs.
Just because it’s Halloween, doesn’t mean you need to fear mischievous creatures potentially meddling with your database. Here are 10 reasons why you should host with a service rather than yourself.