We are currently working on an article related to password strength and overall security guidelines one should take while hosting sites and email. Before that is ready to be distributed, we wanted to share some vital information released by the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team, US-CERT.
Technology is ever changing. So much so, that it is hard to keep up with new hardware and products. Being in a tech business requires us to move as fast as these new ideas are released. Not so long ago, mechanical disks were the rage. Faster spinning platters, larger capacities and increased buffer sizes ruled the storage world. But since the introduction of the first Solid State Drives, standard HDDs became somewhat of an after thought.
For our Cloud Web Servers, and Cloud Web Clusters customers we now have 3 locations to choose from from. Seattle, WA, Dallas, TX, and Ashburn, VA.
"Due to popular demand, we have added these additional Data Center locations to increase the flexibility in our offerings for our valued customers, and to offer reduced time it takes for requests for those customers with latent sensitive applications needing a specific geographic location." said Jason Detar, Chief Operating Officer of Cloud Web.
With the release of the AppLogic 3.0 platform, a new Cloud has been launched.
Cloud Web's new cloud will bring about additional room for expansion, and increased support and compatibility. "AppLogic 3.0 provides us with hypervisor neutrality. We are now running both Xen and VMWare ESX hypervisor's in our Clouds to offer the greatest degree of flexibility." said Jason Detar, President and CEO of Cloud Web.
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Today, May 19, 2011, Cloud Web announced the launch of a second public Cloud in their Ashburn, VA Data Center. Increasing demand for Cloud Hosting services and the success of the Cloud Web platform have caused the early launch of this new Cloud, nearly 6 months ahead of schedule.
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