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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
By Chris Redman
Web hosting socially and in the cloud in 2010
Wednesday, December 30, 2009
By Renee Hendricks
One man’s data loss is another man’s lesson
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
By Chris Redman
Questions you didn’t know you can ask potential web hosting providers
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
By Artashes Toumanov

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Web hosting socially and in the cloud in 2010

Making predictions for web hosting in the coming year is a bit like playing Pin the Tail on the Donkey – odds are if you do it enough, you will hit on something that will pertain to the masses. The two most often mentioned trends for 2010 are cloud computing and social media integration.

Arkeia Software acquires Kadena Systems

Arkeia Software, a network backup solutions provider, has acquired a data deduplication technologies firm Kadena Systems. It will integrate Kadena’s deduplication technology in its network backup, achieving accelerated backups and reduced network congestion. Source-side deduplication can be deployed by using storage APIs or within the guest OS.

HeartInternet.co.uk launches reseller API

A UK-based web hosting provider Heart Internet has launched its reseller hosting application programming interface (API). The API lets developers perform administrative tasks, register domain names, and setup hosting packages. It is backed by a full documentation including sample codes for Perl, Ruby, and PHP languages. The API is made available for free with any Reseller […]

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 […]

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