Those who are Twitter-fanatics have seen it, most more than once. There are days when it shows up on a near constant basis. The infamous “Twitter Fail Whale.” It can cause frustration and in some cases, out and out anger. Many who jumped onto the Twitter bandwagon in 2007 recall frustration as the service continuously struggled to keep services up and running – for those who rely on Twitter for business reasons, this can be torturous. To answer this massive overload issue, a completely new data center has been added.
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What better way for a company to share its vision, its applications, and its services, than to take it on a road trip that spans across seven countries? That’s exactly what Parallels, a virtualization and automation software company, is doing having already stopped in several intended visits.
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What do you get when you combine two companies in a down-slope? After getting past the slightly disgruntled employees, you get a single company with increased profits and a few new sources of revenue that grows like gangbusters.
In 2006, GI Partners, a private equity firm in California, bought and merged EV1 Servers (Houston, TX) and The Planet (Dallas, TX). The newly formed company retained the name The Planet and appointed Doug Erwin as its new CEO. His first job? To take the two very different business styles and create a cohesive unit. In addition, the new company needed to show profits and possibly go public.
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Louis Vuitton is notorious for their relentless efforts to copyright their signature trademark. From legally shutting down reproduction factories to suing landlords in Chinatown who rent to tenants that sell counterfeit LV purses, Louis Vuitton is legally aggressive – to say the least.
Now, the Louis Vuitton legal team has taken their aggression to the next level by suing two web hosting companies, Akanoc Solutions, Inc. and Managed Solutions Group, Inc., for hosting client websites that sell counterfeit goods. The most surprising part is that Louis Vuitton successfully won in court – and the hosting companies now must pay $32 million in fines!
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Green web hosting has emerged over the last few years and more companies are making the transition to provide eco-friendly solutions. GreenGeeks and ThinkHost can be considered as two of the pioneers, helping to set the standards that are now being followed by so many others. Both understands what it takes be successful in a highly competitive business and pass that expertise onto their legions of loyal customers. If you have been struggling with the decision of who to choose between these two stellar green web hosts, this comparison will tell you more about what each has to offer.
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GreenGeeks and Good Avocado are two of the most recognizable brand names in the green web hosting sector. Both have made tremendous efforts to reduce their carbon imprint by powering their services with renewable green energy. Aside from their reputations as eco-friendly hosting providers, these two companies have a lot more in common, as you will discover by reading this detailed comparison.
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