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WiredTree is now Liquid Web, the global managed hosting company dedicated to serving web professionals.
WiredTree is now Liquid Web, the global managed hosting company dedicated to serving web professionals.

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We are proud to announce that WiredTree is now Liquid Web, the global managed hosting company dedicated to serving web professionals. It’s nice to meet you! Our nearly 600 Liquid Web employees are excited for the opportunity to serve our new customers. WiredTree customers will be upgraded to a new environment, state-of-the-art hardware, and will enjoy a “double-protection” DDoS security architecture, all at your current pricing levels. We have assembled a team of dedicated migration specialists to assist you with a seamless and hassle-free transition. If you are a WiredTree customer, please monitor your email and account over the next several days for more information specific to your services. As we will be continuing under the Liquid Web name, this account is scheduled to merge with Liquid Web's on February 6th. If you wish to continue receiving updates, please follow +Liquid Web
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