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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
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
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IBM addresses information overload challenge

Two new products released by IBM will help companies deal with the “information explosion” factor – one of top three challenges that are expected to impact mid-size companies over the next few years. The two products are System Storage DS3500 and System x3620 M3 Express. The former offers lower power consumption than its predecessor, the […]

Peer 1 expands partner strategy

Peer 1 has launched a channel sales division in support of company’s overall strategy to grow and support Peer1 partners. Peer 1 hopes to increase its channel business revenue to 50 percent before 2016. The company is also planning to roll out a new partner portal next month.

TWIH: Executive namings, record growth and Intel’s take on the cloud

With constant news streaming from the industry’s largest get-together at WebHostingDay 2010 in Germany this week, some of the more direct stories coming from the web hosting industry have slipped through the cracks. Take a look at the week in review with new executive namings and continued growth from the industry’s leading players – along […]

GoDaddy adopts Parallels’ Small Business Panel

Cloud software provider Parallels has seen major success in the past few years as they outdid their competition with new technologies and innovative software but their latest announcement of a partnership with web hosting and domain giant GoDaddy marks a pinnacle in the company’s growth and allows the latter to offer award-winning software to its […]

1&1 Internet: 1 year later

It’s been almost one year since we examined the virtues and short-comings of top web host 1&1 Internet. With 10 million registered domain names, 9 million customer contracts and 5 data centers in operation, 1&1 is clearly claiming a massive share of the hosting market. What begs for closer inspection is how 1&1 Internet can […]

HostDime opens sixth international division in India

American hosting services provider HostDime has continued its growth outside of its home base with the announcement this week of the launch of HostDime India, the company’s sixth international division. With a keen eye for new markets with the most potential, CEO Emmanuel Vivar and his team have already launched HostDime divisions in Joao Pessoa, […]

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.

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.

SuperbInternet.com makes server leasing an option

If you want to own a server, rather than essentially renting one, then Superb Internet, one of the pioneering web hosting and domain registrar companies, might have something you’ll be interested in.

Microsoft’s 100-dollar license offer to small businesses

Microsoft has launched a program called WebsiteSpark. Designed to assist businesses with less than 10 employees, it provides qualified web professionals with design and development software licenses for a low $100 fee. Microsoft expects between 15,000 to 25,000 companies to take advantage of this offer.

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