All posts by Namecheap Staff

Our Launch Event With New York on Tech

November 2017 officially marked our partnership with New York On Tech. ‘Succeeding in a Digital Economy’ was a two-hour networking event and panel discussion for underserved high school students, aimed at helping them create an online presence. The Guest Speakers Hillan Klein, our Chief Operating Officer, gave the keynote speech and officially announced Namecheap’s partnership … Continue reading Our Launch Event With New York on Tech

Namecheap Partners with New York On Tech

We’re excited to announce our new partnership with New York On Tech. New York On Tech helps underrepresented young students prepare for academic and professional careers in technology, connecting them to opportunities and industry experts. Through a series of workshops, this partnership will utilize our resources to help with training, website and resume building, and … Continue reading Namecheap Partners with New York On Tech

We’re Celebrating You—Our Namecheap Superheroes!

On October 10th, we celebrated turning 17 years old—but we wanted our celebrations to be around you, our customers. With that in mind, a few weeks ago, we turned our heads to the skies. No, we didn’t take up a course in astronomy. We’ve been looking for something altogether more elusive than stars or planets. We … Continue reading We’re Celebrating You—Our Namecheap Superheroes!

Namecheap’s CEO Reflects on 17 years in Business

For Namecheap’s 17th birthday, we sat down with Richard Kirkendall, CEO of Namecheap. In our interview, we picked his brain about Namecheap and how it started, how his values shaped our company and a glimpse of some of the cool things on the horizon. Why did you start Namecheap? I wanted to solve problems for … Continue reading Namecheap’s CEO Reflects on 17 years in Business

Google Chrome To Flag Non-HTTPS

Google recently announced that beginning October 1, 2017, non-HTTPS sites will display as “not secure” in the search results within the Chrome browser. This update represents a continuation of Google’s efforts to ensure the protection of information shared on websites. Back in January of this year, Google began displaying this notice when people entered credit … Continue reading Google Chrome To Flag Non-HTTPS