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HostedHere drops security sxpert customer Kevin Mitnick

A security expert Kevin Mitnick was officially let go by his web hosting provider to find a new home. An often target of attacks that his website has become, HostedHere is clearly tired of dealing with with various website breaches. Kevin has moved his site over to FireHost, a provider known for its hacker-safe hosting […]

Rackspace awarded but should hostees take note?

Rackspace Managed Hosting, one of the largest providers of managed dedicated servers in the world, has been named by IDG Computerworld as one of the best places to work for IT professionals in the hosting industry. Rackspace has long been building a name as a reliable and secure host with support that is simply unmatched, […]

Questions you didn’t know you can ask potential web hosting providers

Looking for a new web hosting company to deal with? I am guessing you’ve already looked through tens of same old articles and same old advice suggesting what to ask prospective companies of your choice or what to watch out for. Stay away from promises of unlimited resources. Verify the age of a company you […]

Layered Technologies adds Windows Server 2008

Windows Server 2008 is now available to be deployed on Astro which is an automated web hosting platform of Layered Technologies. Previously, only Unix and Linux operating systems were offered by the company. Astro can also display server inventory in real-time and the customers are able to configure their server easily.

Merchant company Allstate enters web hosting market

The credit ad debit processor company Allstate Merchant Services announced it has entered the web hosting market in order to expand its services.

SurpassHosting to serve the U.K. market

Florida-based web hosting provider Surpass Hosting now has a web hosting plan specifically tailored for the U.K. market. The servers that will power company’s U.K. operations are located in a BlueSquare Data facility near London. Surpass Hosting announced it plans to expand similar offerings to other countries such as Malaysia and New Zealand.

Drift2 acquires Utaria.net, discontinues brand

The Minnesota-based shared hosting provider Utaria.net has been acquired by Drift2 Web Service. As part of the migration process, all existing Utaria.net members will be moved to under the Drift2 brand and data integrated to its primary cluster. Drift2 plans to discontinue the Utaria.net brand once the migration is complete.

MaximumASP launches server monitoring tool MaxV

Web hosting and managed IT services provider MaximumASP has launched MaxV Account Center Interface, which allows users to view server information such as system performance metrics and server health.  Users can also scan for viruses and run updates. MaxV VPS was designed to behave like a stand-alone server.

Boot Camp for web companies, hosting resellers

A virtual conference, the first of its kind, will kick off on June 1. It is designed for web hosting companies, hosting resellers, and others who have an online business. The attendees just need to log into audio sessions directly, read information, and network. Ping! Magazine, HostingDiscussion.com and TheWHIR are some of the sponsors supporting […]

Microsoft offers web hosting and free domains

Now available, web hosting from the company we all love to hate: Microsoft. Microsoft Office Live Small Business is offering a year of free top level domain registration along with web hosting. When’s the last time Microsoft ever offered anything for free? It’s a miracle! Or is it?

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