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HostedHere drops security sxpert customer Kevin Mitnick

A security expert Kevin Mitnick was officially let go by his web hosting provider to find a new home. An often target of attacks that his website has become, HostedHere is clearly tired of dealing with with various website breaches. Kevin has moved his site over to FireHost, a provider known for its hacker-safe hosting […]

CoreSite to expand and make Reston DC more efficient

CoreSite announced its plan to expand its Northern Virginia data center in Reston. The expansion is scheduled to be completed later this year. This will reinforce energy efficiency that includes water-side economization and 95 percent-efficient UPS units. Previously, the company announced the completion of its Chicago data center.

One man’s data loss is another man’s lesson

A hard lesson in the absolute necessity of backing up hosting data was learned this week by the owner of a long-established automobile forum hosted with RackForce. The story, offered to WHIR magazine by the site owner himself, should speak volumes to anyone concerned about the security of their files and their own culpability when […]

HostDime’s opens its new data center in Brazil

A 5,000 square-foot data and network operations center located at Brazil has been completed for HostDime. The new data center provides reduced costs and better accessibility. A place for a new DC (at João Pessoa, Paraíba) was chosen based on it having no prior earthquakes or hurricanes.

ValueReseller launches original “Pay As You Go” and “All You Can Eat” reseller plans

Private-label reseller Value Reseller has announced the launch of new “Pay As You Go” and “All You Can Eat” reseller plans. The cost of a “Pay As You Go” plan is 50 cents per 1 GB of storage and 4 GB of bandwidth while the “All You Can Eat”  plan runs at $297 per month […]

GoDaddy rewarded with one million installations

Domain registrar and web hosting provider GoDaddy has announced that its Hosting Connection service, offering easy installs of third party scripts and software, has topped 1,000,000 application installations by its users. This milestone is just the latest in the effort by web hosts to provide easy access to the many thousands of popular scripts available […]

HostingCon 2010 to be held in Texas

iNET Interactive announced that HostingCon 2010 will take place in Austin, Texas from July 19 to July 21. The event is designed for infrastructure providers such as web hosts, ISPs, and data centers. The location is easily accessible and technologically-focused. The city is also one of the top technology cities in the United States. A […]

Fortune Data Centers receives incentive award

Fortune Data Centers received an incentive award worth $900,000 from PG&E due to improvements in energy efficiency that it set in its green data center launched four months ago. An independent engineering firm provided Fortune and PG&E estimates of energy savings.

Where everybody knows your domain

The web hosting industry is a large and sprawling beast of a sector with hosting providers and users alike spanning the globe; as a result there is very little in the way of continuity between providers or users. That ill began to be remedied in 2004 when the first annual hosting convention organized by web […]

TeliaSonera interrupts connection with Real Host

TeliaSonera, a Nordic telecommunications provider, has officially dropped its connections with Latvian-based Real Host. The decision was made after it learned about allegations on the web host company that its hosted sites are distributing botnet software. Among other suspicious activities are stealing credit card data and using an Adobe Flash vulnerability to infect computers of […]

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