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Tuesday, February 23, 2010
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WebhostingDay 2010: dates, location, speakers
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Web hosting socially and in the cloud in 2010
Wednesday, December 30, 2009
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One man’s data loss is another man’s lesson
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Questions you didn’t know you can ask potential web hosting providers
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
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Archive for Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Taking the census to the clouds

Good or bad, cloud computing is making its way into just about every agency, business, and organization that could use a bit of off-site data storage. The route to good usage of cloud computing could be in its gradual adoption. Rather than placing all of one’s eggs in one basket, taking them a few at […]

SingleHop donates $10,000 to Haiti relief fund

Dedicated hosting provider SingleHop will donate $10,000 to relief efforts in Haiti. The company also says it will match the donations that its customers and employees will make. The largest web hosting companies have united to drive awareness and financial aid to Haiti relief fund through partnership with Red Cross. Last week, domain registrar GoDaddy […]

Web hosting industry unites to help Haiti

In the ten days since the Caribbean island nation of Haiti was struck by a devasting 7.0-magnitude earthquake, individuals and businesses from around the world have offered up monetary donations in order to help fund relief efforts currently taking place. Many millions have been raised and the hosting industry in particular has stood out as […]

Taking back time with automated search engine submission

One of the many tasks assigned to those who create and maintain web sites is the submission of all content to the major search engines. Once the initial submission has been completed, there is the ongoing task of submitting any new or edited content to these very same search engines. It can end up being […]

Cox Communications is building second DC in Phoenix

Cox Communications has announced a plan to build a new data center in Phoenix (company’s second DC in the area). With a construction cost of over $70 million, the facility is planned to start operating not before 2011.

HostICan moves into new data center

HostICan has moved into a new facility outside Richmond Virginia. The new facility has power and connectivity that would meet customers’ collocation needs. The company, however, will continue to operate its data center in Washington, DC.

Storms causes data center downtime

Severe weather in Northern California is taking its tall on data center performance. NaviSite‘s San Jose facility experienced multiple downtime starting around fifteen minutes before 5 o’clock Pacific Standard Time. An estimated total of 500 customers were affected by 17 outages. The following day at noon, NaviSite posted in its blog that its DC continues […]

Hosting sector sees criminal intrigue

An American cyber-crime drama focused on the hosting industry has been unfolding this month with reports surfacing that the criminal parties have been arrested, bringing to a close a technological intrigue spanning two countries and a normally quiet sector of the technology industry.

Four people arrested in web hosting equipment fraud

4 people have been arrested due to a web hosting fraud, in which the conspirators gained computer racks and generators by making false representations. A total of 19 defendants were charged for conspiracy mail and wire fraud which lasted for more than 6 years.

Verne Global to turn NATO command center in Iceland into a data center

Iceland will get its own attention grabbing data center from Verne Global. The company announced it will use a former NATO command center to build one. Construction will be financed by Wellcome Trust, the largest investor in Verne.

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