GreatResponder.com on May 4, 2012: Web Hosting SherWeb; the Canadaina web hosting provider from montreal, annouinced that they add a new feature whic is SkyOffice Suite to their cloud. SherWeb’s is considered as a company with hosted Exchange 2010, Lync 2010 and SharePoint 2010, is the complete hosted email and collaboration solution that begins where Microsoft Office 365 ends also the web hosting company brings to their customers unmatched leading customer care with affordable plans fit all kind of needs.
Web Hosting SherWeb plans are SkyOffice Standard which starts with $5.95 monthly with 1 GB Exchange mailbox, storage, Free mobility (ActiveSync), MIDAS Migration Service, SkyNox Online Backup, Resource mailbox. The 2nd plan is SkyOffice Professional; they named is as the best value because besides all Standard SkyOffice PLUS 25 GB Exchange mailbox storage, 1 GB SharePoint 2010, Lync Instant Messaging and Public folders; te price for this plan is $7.95 monthly. The 3rd plan is called the SkyOffice Business, which defined as all of SkyOffice Professional PLUS Email disclaimer, Lync audio/video conferencing, Technical service manager and Email archiving with $12.95 monthly. If the customer is looking for more features also Web Hosting SherWeb can offer complete solution with SkyOffice Enterprise plan.
“SherWeb’s goal has always been to offer organizations world-wide the best hosted solutions, with unbeatable prices and unmatched customer care”, says Matthew Cassar, SherWeb’s co-founder and Executive Vice-President. “In creating SkyOffice, we leveraged our decade’s worth of hosting experience and spent 6 months diligently studying the market and observing customer trends to thoroughly understand SMB needs. With SkyOffice, these businesses can finally afford to efficiently communicate and collaborate from anywhere, anytime, knowing that they have world-class solutions and support at their disposal 24/7.”
GreatResponder.com on April 24, 2012: The Web Hosting Enterprises in Oman is able to register their domain names both in Arabic and English by submitting their request to be register to The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority which is Dr Hamad bin Salim al Rawahi is the CEO; this request should be submitted in Muscat the capital of Omani Sultanate. The registration started yesterday as of April 23, 2012.
The Sultanate, represented by the TRA, got the approval of The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) of the main domain use (.oman). The websites will be registered under this site. Last year, the Authority signed an agreement with O S Registry to establish a system for the internet domains under (.oman) and (.om) according to which the company will set up the system that will enable internet service beneficiaries to register their domains either in English or in Arabic.
Dr Hamad bin Salim al Rawahi, CEO of Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) said that the use of Arabic language in website addresses will increase the number of beneficiaries and access to this service by new categories in society. Also Hilal bin Omar al-Siyabi, Director of Media and Consumer Affairs showed in a detailed presentation how the interested enterprises would be able to submit their application to get a certificate of approved registered for web hosting their web sites that would be considered under the code (.om), as well as in Arabic language under the code (.oman). He added that the internet code for the Sultanate reflects the national identity, therefore enhancing the Sultanate’s position at the cyber space.
Oman is an Arab state in southwest Asia on the southeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula. It is bordered by the United Arab Emirates to the northwest, Saudi Arabia to the west, and Yemen to the southwest. Omani citizens enjoy good living standards, but the future is uncertain with Oman’s limited oil reserves. Other sources of income, agriculture and industry, are small in comparison and count for less than 1% of the country’s exports, but diversification is seen as a priority in the government of Oman.
New cloud computing in China beside other two data centers, also another two in Japan and Singapore. All these data centers is belong to IBM.
GreatResponder.com wrote on (2012-03-31):Cloud Computing can be defined as a device to deliver computer service which shared software, resources, plus info and provided to computers over the network which is look like Internet. The main idea of cloud computing is to centalized services with the data, software, and computation on a published application programming interface (API) over a network. It has a lot of overlap with software as a service (SaaS).
According to Gartner research the differences in how major geographies evolve toward cloud infrastructures services will challenge CIO, IT and sourcing managers. Data center outsourcing spending in North America was $33 billion in 2011, while web hosting and colocation totalled $23 billion. This region has the highest cloud adoption rate, with 60 percent of public cloud services worldwide, and the US hosting market has continued to accelerate the fast innovation and transformation.
Also the study research in Asia shows that that customers in many Asia countries prefer their data to be near them in local data centers because they want to have control over their data. For this reason IBM will build a new cloud computing center in Jilin (China), which will be the third facility for IBM in China, this data center suppose to power digital city and cross industry cloud computing services for north eastern China, and inner Mongolia.
IBM has been significantly expanding in the Asia due to the huge demand for cloud computing services as the spending on data center services in the Asia reached $10 billion in 2011, while web hosting and colocation were $2.5 billion.
IBM has another two cloud computing centers in China one in Hebei, which is considered the largest cloud computing center in Asia, and another one in Jiangsu. Also IBM recently opened two data centers in Japan and a data center in Singapore beside cloud labs in the Asia Pacific region, including China, India, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Singapore. The project supposed to open in April 2012, the new China data center will provide comprehensive cloud services and technology portfolio via IBM’s cloud delivery infrastructure. IBM is also partnering with Jilin University on establishing joint R&D organizations. The university will establish a local center in Liaoyuan for graduate students with a focus in computing applications and software.