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SKGoldHosting buys renewable energy credits

Canadian web hosting provider SkGold Hosting has purchased renewable energy credits as part of its new green strategy to reduce using fossil fuels. Annually data centers consume more energy than most countries, according to the company’s estimates.

Slamdot opens first web hosting retail store

Slamdot, a Knoxville-based web development and web hosting company has unveiled a first-of-its-kind retail store selling professional web site packages. Opened yesterday, December 4, 2009, the company’s store is located at 108 South Gay Street in Knoxville, Tennesse. Apart from offering in-store training, customers can also receive technical support.

Codero – another 100% green hosting provider

One of the biggest growing trends with web hosting providers these days is to become “green”.   It is constantly seen within front web pages of many providers – “100% green” or even “300% green”.  While this sounds great on the surface (and in the case of 300%, a bit odd), the reality is these […]

ICANN terminates three domain registrars

In a move to keep internet free of companies who neglect responsibilities, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has cut off Hosting365, OOO, and R.B. Data Net LTD for failing to pay their accreditation fees. Hosting365 owes ICANN $28,089.20, OOO owes $7,914.56 while R.B. Data Net has to cover $34,952.84 in outstanding debt.

DreamHost not so dreamy

In what appears to be an ongoing issue for the past week, web hosting provider DreamHost has been experiencing numerous outages. The issues began shortly after the company migrated its data center and a resulting network failure occurred. From the looks of it, the web hosting company did not spend a little time beforehand planning […]

Deck the halls e-commerce style with Rackspace

‘Tis the season and this year e-commerce web hosting clients are being treated to a new service offered by Rackspace. Hosted on NoMoreServers.com, the Rackspace Holiday Shopping Mall is offering tons of coupons and special discounts to kick off the holiday season as well as showcase the advantages of e-commerce solutions.

VeriSign SSL certificates from Rackspace

Web hosting provider Rackspace has extended its line of offering to Secure Sockets Layer certificates. The company can now directly sell, install, and renew SSL certificates from VeriSign. Rackspace is also offering Extended Validation SSL Certificates which help prevent phishing scams. The certificates are available via the customer portal of MyRackspace.com.

Codero buys renewable energy credits

Codero has purchased renewable energy credits to offset its electricity use. The credits, which total 12,600MW hours, were brought from Ecoelectrons Renewable Energy. With this purchase, the web hosting provider has become a member of Green-e Energy’s Marketplace program, one of the benefits of which is the ability to place the Green-e logo on company’s […]

iWeb makes staff position changes

A Canadian-based web hosting company iWeb has made some changes to their staff positions. A new position of Chief Technology Officer was introduced and given to former VP of IT and infrastructure Cyrille Mertes. The new position allows for greater cohesion between the company’s development, technology and infrastructure divisions.

Tier1 Research to host Datacenter Transformation Summit

The details of the upcoming Datacenter Transformation Summit are now available. It will be held at the Santa Clara Marriott in Santa Clara, California, with Tier1 Research being the host (they also hosted the Summit two months ago in Las Vegas). Hosting and Colocation firms will attend the summit series with discussion surrounding the subjects […]

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