Archive for the ‘Dedicated servers’ Category

Interview with Jonathan Brealey: Real Business Stories and Advice for Entrepreneurs

Jonathan Brealey is one of the key figures in the UK hosting market over the past decade, starting his career in the industry in 1997. At this time Jonathan realised that even though the Internet was becoming increasingly popular, web hosting services were predominantly technical in nature. Jonathan and his brother Tim set out to [...]

Linux and the credit crunch

Some readers of this blog will already be Linux aficionados, but for many people Linux is still technology they only have passing familiarity with.  This week The Register asks whether 2009 will be a good year for Linux. My initial reaction was that expressed in many of the article’s comments: a yawning lack of interest [...]

New dedicated servers available now

Our new dedicated servers have just arrived. With improved specifications and lots more power, they’re a great step up from shared hosting. If your website’s outgrown your current solution, or you just want more control and flexibility, now could be the time to look at a dedicated server. Ours start from just £39 a month. [...]

Why Ubuntu?

When we decided to offer Linux on our managed dedicated servers, we thought long and hard about which of the many Linux distributions to use, before finally choosing Ubuntu Linux — in particular Ubuntu 6.06 LTS. Plaudits are of course always welcome, but particularly so when we learn that the care and thought we put [...]

123-reg ‘best hosting company’ according to annual survey

123-reg has been voted ‘best hosting company’ at the annual Web User Awards reader’s survey, reinforcing our reputation as the top choice web-hosting provider in the UK. This year, voters logged-on in their thousands to participate in choosing the awards, with 123-reg winning against stiff competition. Mark Beyer, sales and marketing director at 123-reg comments, [...]