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New York Times rates Rackspace best place to work

The New York Times has released the results of their annual survey of the best places to work in the latest edition of the Sunday Times and web hosting and cloud services provider Rackspace has earned honors in several categories, including top spot in the ranking of IT services companies. The honors mark the third […]

Shoppers seek out green energy retailers

According to a recent study by web hosting provider 1&1 (UK branch), online shoppers look for retailers that use green energy and services. One in four out of 1,500 surveyed consumers expect that the stores where they will buy their products use eco-friendly services across their procedures. Also, 37 percent of Britons expect that online […]

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.

Third of UK-based firms lack time to manage their websites

33% percent of UK businesses do not make necessary updates to their websites due to the lack of time according to Fasthosts Internet‘s study. The UK web hosting provider that tailors to small and medium-sized businesses, surveyed 145 UK-based firms.

Netcraft’s January web server survey

Netcraft web server survey for the month of January have just been released. Apache’s market share grew by 1.27 million sites while Microsoft IIS lost 2 million over the previous month. Two million expired blogging sites have caused Microsoft IIS the largest loss of any web server. Google’s Blogger service lost approximately 600,000 sites.

The Web grows by 948,000 sites in October 2008

Netcraft’s Web Server Survey for the month of October 2008 showed that the Web saw an increase of 948,000 sites from the previous month, bringing the total to 182,226,259 sites. Apache once again shows the largest growth, gaining 463 thousand sites this month.

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