Avoiding Any Web Hosting Regrets

We never know what the future is going to bring but there are things we can do to limit the chance of having web hosting regrets. We do this by fully considering our current web hosting needs and our likely needs in the near future. Being able to match your requirements to the web hosting provider who can most closely meet these needs is the next thing that should be done. Continue reading Avoiding Any Web Hosting Regrets

Bad Web Hosting Choices Can Ruin Your Online Reputation

I remember a couple of years ago being a member of a popular web forum. This site was really good and there were quite a number of great contributors. One day though I logged on to the site to find out that all the content was missing; thousands of posts and articles had just disappeared. Continue reading Bad Web Hosting Choices Can Ruin Your Online Reputation

Getting a new web host

Pick a new web host can be hard for both the beginner and expert, so care should be taken not to rush otherwise you might regret the choice. There is a number of steps to be thought about, and then written down.

What is your webhost for? Continue reading Getting a new web host

Web Hosting And What You Can Do To Choose An Effective Domain Name

It is very important to make sure that you choose a really effective domain name for your business as the domain name is the way that your customer will find you. If your visitors cannot find your site it won’t matter how good your web hosting service is because your business will just fail. For that reason it needs to be something that the customer can remember easily and won’t forget as soon as they leave your website. Continue reading Web Hosting And What You Can Do To Choose An Effective Domain Name

Is Your Web Hosting Provider Making Good On Its Promises

Most web hosting companies will have a good reputation but even that won’t stop some of them from making promises that it won’t be able to keep. Even though some of these promises may be quite minor, some people think that no matter what, you should never intentionally mislead the customer.

Promising Unlimited Storage Space. Continue reading Is Your Web Hosting Provider Making Good On Its Promises

cPanel For Web Hosting A Closer Look

You will be able to get cPanel from most web hosting providers these days. This handy application allows you to control almost everything important to you on your website and with your email accounts. cPanel is easy to use and there are plenty of tutorials to allow you to make full use of what is available. Continue reading cPanel For Web Hosting A Closer Look

HostReview Awarded 3Tera the 2009 Best SaaS Provider and Best Cloud Computing Service

HostReview Awarded 3Tera the 2009 Best SaaS Provider and Best Cloud Computing Service
The Best Web Hosting Awards are based on the overall product offering, value, customer service and users’ reviews of the selected companies. Winners were at the forefront of technological innovation and exemplary customer service in the previous year and are the companies to look at in 2010. Since 2006, the HostReview Annual Web Hosting Awards have grown to be one of the most prestigious hosting awards of its kind. The categories for the annual awards are updated every year, in order to reflect the changing technological and business landscape.

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Census Mulls Counting On The Cloud
Though census planning is a 10-year effort, the actual census takes place over only a few months. The Census Bureau is in the early stages of hiring and fingerprinting some 1.4 million temporary workers, establishing 500 temporary census offices, and leveraging 170,000 partners — from Home Depot to small churches — that will become local voices of census evangelism.

Understanding cloud compliance issues
Virtually every regulation requires organizations to adequately protect their physical and informational assets. To do this, there is an implied or assumed ability to control and prove.

Cloud Dedicated servers for affordable high security web hosting
Our dedicated servers are the perfect solution for your important websites. The large amount of technology and services that have been implemented into our dedicated servers ensure that you have the highest performance & reliability all within an affordable rate.

MOps Helps Web Hosts Build Cloud Hosting Platforms
For smaller hosts, or those late to start designing cloud solutions, a few reseller options have emerged, but there are ways to build your own cloud without developing the platform itself.

Cloud Hosting Provider, Cloud.bg Launched A New European Cloud Service

Cloud.bg, A New European Cloud Hosting Provider Launched
Cloud.bg operates its own fully redundant network which uses Internet connectivity providers such as Interoute, Cogent plus few other international and local providers of premium bandwidth. The cloud hosting service of the company features 100 GB of space in a storage area network, 1,000 GB data transfer per month and allows site owners to host up to 100 personal and small-business websites. However the main advantage of the Cloud.bg is that it is a cPanel Cloud Hosting service and brings cPanel / WHM the most popular web hosting control panel and web hosting manager on the cloud.

Cloud Hosting Reviews and Information
GoGrid is the cloud hosting department of ServePath Dedicated Hosting, a web hosting company with years of expertise and experience in providing reliable web hosting service.

3PAR adds UK clout to Cloud-Agile programme
Storage vendor 3PAR has added several new UK service providers to its Cloud-Agile partner programme. The new recruits include managed service providers Carrenza Hosting and Ultraspeed, as well as ISP firm Star. The programme, launched in July 2009, is aimed at partners offering cloud-based services using 3PAR’s line of InServ Storage servers.

Cloud Web Hosting providers
It seems 2010 is the cloud hosting year, we started to see many web hosting companies are using now cloud systems. Some of these companies like vexxhost.com web hosting are now providing cloud enterprise computing using Citrix Enterprise Cloud ready platform…

Cloud Web Hosting Facts and News
Cloud hosting in expensive and only big enterprises are can afford it. But this will not be the case in 2010 as some leading web hosting providers Started to offer very affordable cloud hosting

Rackspace Raises The Price of Base Cloud Sites by 50%

Rackspace Raises The Price of Base Cloud Sites by 50%

Rackspace sent a notice to all current customers of the Rackspace Cloud service (formerly Mosso) about some changes to the pricing structure for their Rackspace Cloud service. The big change is a 50% increase in the base price for all new accounts. The old pricing had a base of $100/month and the new pricing has a base of $149/month. Current customers will remain at the previous $100/month pricing.

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VEXXHOST Reduces The Price of its enterprise VPS’s by 50%
VEXXHOST announced 50% discount on its three VPS plans, these enterprise hosting plans are using Citrix enterprise visualization system and using high performance multi processors technology with ECC ram and RAID 10 storge arrays. the prices of these vps are starting at $16.48 and bundled with a sufficient resources.

Web Host InetServices Launches New Website for Cloud Services
Showcasing its comprehensive suite of cloud hosting services, web hosting provider InetServices (www.inetservices.com) has officially launched its new website, www.inetservicescloud.com, dedicated specifically to cloud hosting services.

What is Cloud Hosting and is it Right for Your Needs?
One of the newest technologies utilized in the web hosting industry, cloud hosting can be very beneficial for its users. You might be aware that Google has been using this type of computer infrastructure for quite some time. But what exactly is it and how does it work?

US Companies Ready For Added Cloud Computing Investment
According to a survey of 150 information technology decision makers from various small and large companies across the country by ReliaCloud, a national IT infrastructure company based in Minneapolis, three-quarters of companies identified the development of cloud computing as a priority for 2010.

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Affordable Cloud Provider

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Vexxhost is using now Citrix Xen Technology to provide cloud ready dedicated servers and virtual private servers. Their enterprise hosting solution is reasonably priced and can can be used by small and medium size business. The Prices for VDS started at only $99.00 per month with 5 GB RAM with high performance Xeon CPU’s and RAID 10 Storage System.

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Big companies ‘to move quickly on virtualization
The server virtualization market in 2010 will be dominated by companies that have already made it big in the sector, it has been claimed. Gordon Haff, infrastructure and enterprise computing analyst at Illuminata, has claimed that the “big guys” like VMWare, Microsoft and Citrix are on “the list of companies to keep an eye on”. He explained in an interview with Computerworld.com that such firms are pushing the sector forward at speed, although he hinted there is still also room for small companies.

Ex-Equanet head steps back into channel
The former managing director of Equanet has secured private investor backing from an unnamed firm for his venture, and has acquired the business of reseller IT Instore, which is an HP, VMware, Citrix and NetApp partner, among others. Speaking to CRN, Barlow said: “We are in the process of setting up a brand-new office in Leatherhead to complement our existing office in Warrington.” Barlow said the firm would offer a mixed model covering product sales, but also offering a range of services.

FastSpring revenue soars on e-commerce
Dan Engel had to learn the lessons that helped him build Santa Barbara-based FastSpring the hard way, but those lessons have paid off with 550 percent revenue growth over the past year. The 15-employee firm makes an e-commerce backend for companies that sell downloadable products such as software, e-books and video games. Companies who sell files face some special challenges, such as matching up serial numbers and authorization codes for digital rights management and distributing back-up discs.