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Chillers and fuel cells: the greening of the hosting industry continues
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
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Wednesday, December 30, 2009
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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.

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 […]

Swishmail and Verio – most reliable sites in November

Swishmail and Verio topped the list of most reliable web hosting sites for the month of November. Swishmail’s features include email hosting and share calendars. Verio also provides SaaS applications aside from its web hosting service. The test was conducted by Netcraft and it is based on the response times of the sites of 50 […]

Twitter works to improve its “worst performing” social site image

So, the days of being constantly treated to the image of the soulful Twitter fail whale are in the past.  The main trending topic regarding Twitter isn’t so often pointing to “is Twitter down?” and, for the most part, social media addicts who savor each and every tweet are getting down to the business of […]

October’s most reliable hosting company sites

Acens and SingleHop were the most reliable hosting company websites in October, according to a web analytics firm Netcraft, which measures site performance at 15 minute intervals. SingleHop’s main site runs PHP and it also took top position in March this year. This is also the second time that Acens has tied for first place […]

Is counting on Google a wise move?

Google, the search engine giant, spends a lot of time touting its Google Apps services, which include numerous applications for businesses. This, despite the fact that the service has suffered considerable downtime. When the company should be concentrating on making the service reliable, it continues to seek new clients, many of whom may not realize […]

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 […]

WiredRE to teach Facebook on reliability and infrastructure cost-management

Wired Real Estate Group will host a series of seminars with colocation, cloud, and data center executives who will share their insights for achieving reliable and cost-manageable infrastructure. Among participating companies are such names as CBS Interactive, MySpace, and Facebook. WiredRE provides free global colocation and data center listing service.

Most reliable web hosting sites

The results of the most reliable hosting sites have been released. Server Intellect and DataPipe both came in first place, followed by Swishmail and New York Internet. INetU was placed fifth on the list. The chart, which based itself on response times, tested 50 hosting sites with a 15-minute intervals from separate points.

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