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Tuesday, February 23, 2010
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Ebay’s new Utah DC

A data center has been opened by eBay in South Jordan, Utah. The $287 million facility measures 240,000 square foot and has 20,000 square foot data center halls. It has 7.2MW of energy capacity and is 50 percent less expensive to operate compared to all other DCs that the company leases today.

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 […]

Easyspace shopping cart service adds items to eBay, Google Base

Easyspace, a UK web hosting provider, has launched a range of low-cost shopping cart solutions. The new service can accept Paypal and Worldpay payments. Customers of the new service can list their products on eBay, Kelkoo, and Google Base in addition to listing items on their sites. The shopping cart solutions are offered in three […]

Phishing attacks on eBay continue

A new wave of phishing attacks, which initiated on February 10, target eBay members’ websites. The attack steal credentials from victims using a fake login. As of today, the fake eBay login forms can still be accessed on affected wildcard domains. The attack takes advantage of a cross-site scripting vulnerability on sites that use a […]