Archive for December, 2010

Happy Holidays from iWeb!

Published on December 22, 2010 at 10:55 am by iWeb Technologies in: iWeb Articles

Our CEO, Eric Chouinard, recorded this fun message to wish you all Happy Holidays and a very good year 2011! (more…)

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2010 financial results: recording of the teleconference

Published on at 9:58 am by iWeb Technologies in: iWeb Articles

iWeb recently presented its fourth quarter and fiscal 2010 financial results.

Here is the audio recording of the teleconference iWeb held with management team on monday, december 20th to discuss the results. (more…)

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Some difficulties with the Plesk 10 upgrade

Published on December 20, 2010 at 3:42 pm by iWeb Technologies in: Web Hosting Articles

For several years iWeb has offered Parallels’ Plesk Panel as an excellent, optional, control panel.

Parallels has just released its latest version, Plesk 10 which will be supported on iweb servers shortly. Some users attempting to upgrade from previous Plesk versions to this latest version on their own have experienced some difficulties. (more…)

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iWeb presents its fourth quarter and fiscal 2010 financial results

Published on December 17, 2010 at 7:59 pm by iWeb Technologies in: iWeb Articles

iWeb today released its financial results for the year ended September 30, 2010.

The complete financial statements and Management’s discussion and analysis are available on http://investors.iweb.com and http://www.sedar.com.

Consult the official press release.

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5 levels of redundancy, which one is yours?

Published on at 9:51 am by iWeb Technologies in: iWeb Articles

Let’s face it, computer hardware is not always reliable. Do you know someone who has never suffered the inconvenience of a breakdown, either on his personal computer, desktop or server?

Each company decides to protect itself according to the impact that a breakdown can have on their service (or worse, a loss of data), on its activities or those of its customers.

There are several levels of redundancy, that we grouped into 5 categories in this article. These levels of redundancy are an “insurance policy” that will serve to maintain control and a cool head when the inevitable happens and your server stops working. (more…)

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