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Chillers and fuel cells: the greening of the hosting industry continues
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
By Chris Redman
WebhostingDay 2010: dates, location, speakers
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
By Chris Redman
Web hosting socially and in the cloud in 2010
Wednesday, December 30, 2009
By Renee Hendricks
One man’s data loss is another man’s lesson
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
By Chris Redman
Questions you didn’t know you can ask potential web hosting providers
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
By Artashes Toumanov

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eNom makes deal with VeriSign

Domain registrar eNom and authentification service VeriSign has signed a deal in which eNom resellers can sell its customers VeriSign branded Secure Socket Layer certificates. The resllers can purchase it via the company’s platform-independent API and its PDQ instant reseller solution.

First-ever virtual web hosting conference gearing up

The web hosting world is a-buzz with news of an exciting, new conference slated to take place from June 1st – 26th, 2009. The conference, hosted by Web Host Boot Camp, is a pioneer, being the first-ever hosting conference held virtually. That’s right. No need to mess with airplane tickets or pricey hotels, participants can […]

Google Services for web hosting providers

A new tool set has been released by Google which lets web hosting providers better integrate various Google services such as Webmaster Tools and AdSense. The tool makes it easier for web hosting customers to generate traffic, add an on-site search capability, and monetize websites. A host can display a badge to highlight their integration […]

New enterprise product line from Dell

Dell has unveiled 14 new enterprise products which ranges from blade and web servers to software and services. The new PowerEdge servers offer optimized virtualization, usability capabilities and Intel’s latest Xeon processors. Model R710 provides the best performance per watt in the industry. The M-series blade arhitecture is 27 percent cheaper than HP’s c-Class.

Pride Hosting launches

A new UK based web hosting provider Pride Hosting launched today. The new UK web host specializes in affordable ecommerce web hosting.

Boot Camp for web companies, hosting resellers

A virtual conference, the first of its kind, will kick off on June 1. It is designed for web hosting companies, hosting resellers, and others who have an online business. The attendees just need to log into audio sessions directly, read information, and network. Ping! Magazine, and TheWHIR are some of the sponsors supporting […]

WebHostingTalk data hacked

The user data of a web hosting discussion community has been hacked. Some of the data was compromised and distributed by hackers. There were lengthy downtime periods on Saturday and Sunday. When the forum was restored, it was missing posts that were made as far back as October of 2008 (date of last physical […]

HostDime creates 20 jobs in Florida

We’ve seen web hosts that parade sales gimmicks as economy boosters, and we’ve seen web hosts that make no excuses about using the wealth of one economy to fund another, but rarely have we seen a web host that actually boosts its own economy. Joining the ranks of these fabled web hosts is HostDime. This […]

Dedicated Host shuts down

An Australian web hosting provider has shut down due to being disconnected by at least one wholesale provider. Dedicated Host has been offline for nearly two weeks and its phone line went offline jsut recently. Google’s cache of the company page last appeared on January 28. Web Hosting Support and two other web hosts have […]

Webfusion playing the imitation game

At first it was cute, but now it’s annoying. Web host Webfusion seems to be taking all its cues from the 1&1 Internet business model. It started back in December 2008, when UK’s Webfusion decided to offer its hosting to wider markets, specifically North America. This was in line with another UK web host, 1&1 […]