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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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Fuscan: cloud automation made easier than ever

The ever-growing cloud hosting industry has seen many hundreds of new entrants vying for customer’s dollars over the past few years, increasing competition and forcing new startups to be sure that they are offering their customers something unique, useful and outside of the box.

TWIH: CloudLinux offers fix for unstable hosting environments

Linux-for-hosting operating system developer CloudLinux has issued a white paper detailing the findings of a study the company conducted aimed at learning more about how to balance server load in situations faced by shared hosting firms, offering insight into the issues faced and potential solutions to help providers tackle them.

Most reliable hosting company websites in February 2010

NaviSite was named the most reliable hosting company website in February, according to a Netcraft survey. The company uses Apache on CentOS. DataPipe came in second place, followed by INetU. Six of the top ten sites were running Linux. Two identifiable hosts ran FreeBSD and one ran Microsoft’s Windows Server 2008.

GoDaddy continues growth with Mac and affiliation

Web hosting and domain name giant GoDaddy continues to make the news with their rapid growth this month, this time with their latest announcements of both Apple Xserve-based hosting services and a brand new affiliate program with improved rewards.

WebHost.Uk.Net brings Quad Core dedicated servers to customers

WebHost.Uk.Net has launched a new range of Dell managed dedicated servers, which utilize Intel Dual Core and Quad Core processors. According to the hosting provider, these machines should handle running complex applications with relative ease. The servers are connected by redundant gigabit connections and clients can choose to run either a Windows or Linux operating […]

Hosting4Less and The Planet – most reliable hosting sites in January 2010

A web analytics firm Netcraft has released the list of most reliable hosting company websites for the month of January 2010. Hosting4Less and The Planet both took the prize. During the tests, these sites responded to all the requests except once. While The Planet uses Windows Server 2003 as its server, Hosting4Less runs Apache on […]

TWIH: Debut of CloudLinux OS; GoDaddy Super Bowl ads sneak peak

News stories from the web hosting industry ranged this week from technical to just plain fun; here are two of the most eye-catching pieces seen and heard over the past seven days.

Hosting Controller opens HC8 Linux edition for free test drive

A hosting automation software maker Hosting Controller is giving all new and existing customers a unique chance to try their flagship Control Panel free of charge. While the panel is available for both Windows and Linux platforms, the offer is limited to their Linux release. The promotional offer will run until April 30, 2010.

InetServices launches cloud computing services

InetServices has launched its own cloud solution, which is essentially a cloud computing infrastructure with high performance and high reliability (according to the company). Both Windows and Linux operating systems are supported by the hybrid dedicated server/cloud hosting solution and either Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization or VMWare ESX technology can be chosen by its Cloud Virtual […]

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