Sydney-based web hosting company, Crucial, has launched what it says is Australia’s first Managed Google Apps for Work.
Parallels, the hosting and cloud services enablement leader, today announced that it has launched support for IPv6 addresses and Server Name Indication (SNI). This one-two punch allows service providers to future proof against the imminent shortage of IPv4 addresses.
Cloud services enablement leader, Parallels, today launched Linux Shared Hosting NG (Next Generation) Service Delivery Solution that will reduce infrastructure and operating expenses for service providers, achieve up to ten times greater density of web sites per server compared to traditional solutions, and enable to deliver shared web hosting service with guaranteed SLAs.
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