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Yesterday we posted an article about the alleged hacker attack on GoDaddy following the uptime problems the company experienced on Monday. However, GoDaddy says the problem was caused by internal network issues and not an attack from the Anonymous co...
GoDaddy, one of the giants of web hosting providers, suffered an outage most of the day Monday, September 10, 2012, induced by a series of Denial-of-Service attacks. An anonymous hacker who may or may not be the hacker known as Anonymous took credit ...
The official release of Microsoft's Windows Server 2012 last week prompted as many different marketing strategies for companies that sell cloud services and provide web hosting as there are companies that do so. Windows Server 2012, known while under...
The United States government has returned to a Spanish company the two major domains of that company which had been seized and taken off-line in an anti-piracy campaign well over a year ago. Originally, the purpose of the seizure had been to stop bro...
With last week's announcement of a catalog of General Services Administration (GSA) contracts totaling $2.5 billion for Internet cloud services for email, the federal government of the United States is taking another step on the path toward comprehen...
There's some good news as a follow-up to the story published here recently about the Internet computing services company Joyent and its discontinuation of what had been originally promised as a lifetime of web hosting services. Joyent's management ha...
Megaupload's founder, Kim Dotcom, is back in the news again after being accused by the American government over the past few months of astounding levels of copyright infringement. His Megaupload web site was been shut down by the enforcement of actio...
Glacier is the name of the new long-term data storage service being offered by Amazon. That name may have been chosen because of the way in which the features of this service match the nature of an actual glacier. Once something falls into a glacier ...
The true meaning of a lifetime deal came to light last week when Joyent, a provider of Internet cloud services, told customers who had signed up in 2005 for a one-time price of $499 for lifetime use of a set of web hosting services. In that marketing...
Small-business applications, such as Microsoft Publisher, though available for sale as a single product, have not been offered as an Internet cloud service separate from all the other products in their application suite until now. Up until this year,...