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EvoSwitch data center lowers their energy bill

EvoSwitch has reduced the average PUE, Power Usage Effectiveness, of its facilities by 0.2 which is a 20 percent increase in energy saving compared to a traditional data center. The actual values of their PUE reduced from 1.8 to 1.6. In comparison, a traditional data centers have a PUE of over 3.0. EvoSwitch’s data center […]

DemoDemo launches monthly subscription tutorials

Hosting flash tutorial provider announced the launch of monthly subscription tutorials –  a program that will allow web hosting firms save considerable amount of money in up front costs. With plans starting as low as $14.95/mo, DemoDemo’s “pricing is a fraction of that of our competitors”, says company President Vito Ceniti. Flexible monthly subscription […]

AT&T and Level3 outages disconnect Internet and mobiles

Four days ago, AT&T, Level3 and other large internet service providers experienced an unexpected downtime that cut both the Internet and mobile connections. Among those who were affected by this outage are people living in the Midwest and other areas of the United States. The cause was found to be a power failure at a […] partners with Comodo

UK payment provider has partnered with Comodo, a service provider of Internet-based identity and trust assurance solutions. The announcement was made two days ago by Comodo. customers will benefit by getting special discounts on Comodo SSL and EV, SSL certificates. In return, Comodo customers will receive special offers of’s online payment services.

WebHostingBuzz launches VPS hosting

WebHostingBuzz announced that it has launched virtual private server (VPS) web hosting plans. The VPS hosting solution had a trial period available to WebHostingBuzz customers for six months. These plans are powered by Supermicro 8 CPU Xeons processors with 12GB RAM. The company has three different plans which ranges from $24.95 per month to $129.95 […]

Webfusion offers cheap domains, but is it worth the price?

UK hosting giant Webfusion jumped the pond, and debuted its services for a North American audience starting on December 18, 2008. Of course, in North America, there’s more than enough web hosting services, so why consider Webfusion? How about $0.99 .com domains, paired with $2.99 per month hosting? It sounds like a great deal, but […]

FireHost extends web protection to small businesses

FireHost made an announcement yesterday that it is now providing small and medium-sized businesses a web-based application, security scanning solution. The scanning service tests 15,000 vulnerabilities every day, checing for hacking attempts such as SQL Injections, Cross Site Scripting attacks and header tampering. The company also offers a data loss prevention solution.

EdgeCast to power The Planet’s CDN solution

EdgeCast Networks has been selected by The Planet to provide the basis of their hosted Content Delivery Network offerings. With access to hundreds of servers located around the world, customers will be able control their own CDN, and effectively use features such as data caching, online content distribution and the ability to deliver content on […]

Hostway warns online retailers on product video addiction

Like any addiction, Hostway hosting provider thinks that massive adoption of video previews could cost online retailers millions of pounds this holiday season. Thomas Herbert, product manager at Hostway, says “companies should actually be planning for a higher volume of traffic this Christmas and be especially prepared to maintain their websites if they use videos […]

Falling out of love with Internet Explorer, thanks to version 8 (beta)

I thought the day would never come when I fall out of love with an Internet Explorer browser. I have been a fan since day one. Sure, I tried a few other browsers along the way (Netscape, early Firefox, Opera, recent Google Chrome and even Safari for Windows), but I was nevertheless convinced that Microsoft […]

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