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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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ServInt’s new program will help new customers more efficiently

KickStart, a program designed to maintain high quality customer service, has been launched by ServInt. After signing up for a ServInt account, new customers can categorized themselves as people who need help, after which they are contacted by the company’s services team to discuss their needs. The company says it took them two months to […]

IBM to provide hosting for Hilton Worldwide

Leading technology and IT services provider IBM has secured a major deal with Hilton Worldwide that will see it deploy and manage the hospitality giant’s vision of the technological future of it’s offerings.

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 […]

Mozilla adds new data center in Phoenix

An open-source software development company Mozilla has added its second data center location in Phoenix. The new facility will house approximately eighty servers and six racks. The new location was launched to support Mozilla’s DC in San Jose, CA. The company also has satellite locations in Beijing and Amsterdam.

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.

The road to crème brulee

The time has come when I can finally sit back and relax a little. If you knew the level of pain and emotional distress that I have been through for the past ten months creating this blog, you’d understand me better. Broken promises, missed deadlines, lost investments – all turned out to be just a part […]

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