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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
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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
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
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Questions you didn’t know you can ask potential web hosting providers
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Child prodigy offers to host your website

Gone are the days of lemonade stands and paper routes. Today’s youth are selling domain names and hosting business websites. Enter 16 year old Host-Monkey CEO Will Perkins. Host-Monkey started up on January 1st, 2009 with the aim of providing shared hosting at affordable prices. While I understand the internet is a great equalizer, and […]

IPv6 taking over IPv4

More providers of virtual data center services are implementing native IPv6 technology. Its biggest selling point – it is capable of providing many more addresses than the “old” IPv4. With nearly all IPv4 addresses taken, IPv6 will soon become the forerunner in the fields of managing API and address ordering. IPv4 uses 32-bit addresses while […]

.tel domains open only to trademark owners until 3rd of February

Various domain name registrars have been actively trying to encourage trademark owners to apply for their own .tel domains before the landrush date which is February 3 at 3:00 p.m. GMT. The sunrise period began on December 3 when trademark owners were allowed to register for a non-refundable fee that costs $399. launches

One of Europe’s fastest growing domain registration sites has launched a sister site providing UK clients with hosting services. This is a pretty obvious solution aimed at offering related additional services to new and existing domain registering customers. The new site will provide on-demand hosting with dedicated servers and VPS, supported by local […]

Patrick Solutions’ new colocation facility at Columbus

Patrick Solutions announced that it has a new colocation facility located at Columbus. The facility provides redundant power and environmental controls to protect data and IT systems. In case of power interruptions, it  can switch to an onsite generator which creates virtually no downtime for their customers.

iWeb’s upgrades network to 50Gbps

Montreal-based web hosting provider iWeb has expanded its network. It started with 9Gbps at the start of last year and has just reached 50Gbps. The reason for the increase is to meet and support the bandwidth demand of those who use their services. iWeb received a credit on the amount of $1 million Canadian dollars […] offers free hosting to 190,000 UK based charities

Four out of 10 charities say they have been hit by the economic downturn, which forces them to cut costs and make savings wherever possible, including their Internet-based operations. A UK-based hosting company announced that it will offer free hosting and domain registration discounts to registered UK charities. Mark Boost, LCN Managing Director, said: […]

Netcraft’s January web server survey

Netcraft web server survey for the month of January have just been released. Apache’s market share grew by 1.27 million sites while Microsoft IIS lost 2 million over the previous month. Two million expired blogging sites have caused Microsoft IIS the largest loss of any web server. Google’s Blogger service lost approximately 600,000 sites.

LeaseWeb partners with Hewlett-Packard

Netherlands-based LeaseWeb has partnered with Hewlett-Packard. LeaseWeb will provide HP with solutions to reduce energy consumption of its hosting infrastructure. LeaseWeb customers will also continue on using HP’s Factory Express services due to this deal. Also, LeaseWeb will start to offer HP’s Green IT products such as HP ProLiant Servers models DL120 and DL180.

8 companies lose business privileges at

We’ve all heard of social marketing and the benefits it yields. Regrettably, it is just as easy to abuse this strategic know-how and fault your company’s reputation forever. Such was the destiny of at least 8 web hosting firms that were censored and banned on forum in November 2008.

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