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Google Chrome OS relies on web applications

A recent demo of Google Chrome Operating System has provided an inside look into the structure and functionality of the new OS. Google clearly makes its bet on the Web as core working platform, providing an OS that takes its users from boot up to a connected Internet state in just seconds, with all data […]

Strato web hosting company finally sells for $409M

Deutsche Telekom has announced its plans to acquire a European-based web hosting provider Strato for a total of $409 million. Strato has customers in six European countries and it is one of the largest web hosting companies in the continent. The current owner of Strato is Freenet and it has been looking for potential buyers […]

Hosting Controller opens HC8 Linux edition for free test drive

A hosting automation software maker Hosting Controller is giving all new and existing customers a unique chance to try their flagship Control Panel free of charge. While the panel is available for both Windows and Linux platforms, the offer is limited to their Linux release. The promotional offer will run until April 30, 2010.

Rackspace Survey: IT managers hate server-shopping

Apparently, every second IT manager wishes to never have to buy another server. According to a new Rackspace Hosting survey of 441 IT managers, 61% of them said that one of their biggest challenges is “time to drive innovation”, followed by “hassle of managing servers”, mentioned by 58% of responders.

EPhost introduces new control panel; announces plan to offer cloud hosting

A new web hosting control panel has been introduced by EPhost. Some of its most prominent features is the ability to automatically install open-source applications such as WordPress, as well as backup/restore an entire website. The company announced its intention to release cloud hosting solutions offering in the near future.

Pragma Securities moves to Switch and Data’s EcoCenter in New York

Trading solutions provider Pragma Securities has moved to Switch and Data’s New York Financial EcoCenter, which is interconnected with a couple of data centers in Manhattan and to ultra low latency fiber providers. Ample space and power availability are two of the factors that went into company’s decision to move to the EcoCenter.

GoDaddy launches incorporation services

GoDaddy announced that it is now offering incorporation services as value-added service to their clients. The new service simplifies the process of an incorporation’s transition to a corporation or LLC. Willing customers have to answer a few business incorporation questions, after which GoDaddy files the paperwork on their behalf.

Lime Labs launches LimeDomains

Lime Labs has announced a new domain registration and hosting service called LimeDomains. The service enables each account with access to many open source programs. Basic plan starts at $4.99/month.

McHugh Construction makes decision in favor of new data center

A 300,000 square-foot data center in downtown Chicago is being planned to be built by McHugh Construction. To be located close to a hotel and a convention center (2222 South Indiana Avenue), the company tried to sell the site a few times but the increasing demand for data center space made it revisit the concept […]

LiquidWeb launches 80-million dollar DC in Michigan

A grand opening ceremony will take place today for Liquid Web’s new D3 data center in Lansing, Michigan. The $80 million facility is 90,000 square feet, designed to support company’s new propriety cloud computing product. D3 is the first cloud computing data center in the state of Michigan.

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