With the latest update to Open-Xchange’s email and file encryption software OX Guard, hosting providers can easily apply the “Pretty Good Privacy” (PGP) email protection standard to their email services.
( The Hosting News ) – The Internet service provider Bahnhof and the energy company Fortum Värme have signed an agreement for large-scale heat recovery from Bahnhof’s planned “Green Hub” data centre in central Stockholm. Fortum Värme will be supplying cooling to Bahnhof, which in turn plans to sell back surplus heat to the district heating system. The ability for data centres to sell excess heat, which previously went to waste, at market prices make Stockholm a unique place to establish your operations.
Dublin, Ireland – Sungard Availability Services® (Sungard AS), a leading provider of information availability through managed IT, cloud and recovery services, today announces its most significant expansion in the Irish market to date, in partnership with Digital Realty Trust, Inc. a leading global provider of data centre solutions. This latest investment will increase Sungard AS’ presence and capability within Ireland, and highlights its commitment to driving substantial business growth across the region
Roaming charges will no longer exist in the EU as of June 2017, as part of an agreement made between the European Commission, European Parliament and the Council on Tuesday.
Small and medium sized enterprises with less than 250 employees are critical in driving economic growth in the UK, but a new report by Ofcom suggests that their access – or lack thereof – to superfast, reasonably priced broadband could hinder growth.
Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Creative Assembly, the UK based game studio owned by SEGA® Corporation, now runs the PC open beta of its real-time, multiplayer game Total War Battles™: KINGDOM on LeaseWeb on-demand Bare Metal servers.
UK hosting provider Fasthosts has recovered after experiencing an intermittent hardware issue with one of its primary network routers on Thursday evening. The DNS issue impacted servers, shared hosting and its website and phone lines
London – IO, a leading data centre services company, today launched its UK operation, with a new data centre facility in Slough, Berkshire.
The Council of the European Union has to agreed to new European data protection laws to apply to its 28 member states that would unite European data laws and allow companies that store and process data to be sued over security failures.