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June 30, 2012

Shared Resource Management through CloudLinux

Last year we mentioned that we were looking at installing CloudLinux across our fleet of shared hosting servers.  We have finally completed that task. So what is CloudLinux, why is Hosting Nation excited about it and what does it mean to our customers? In a typical shared webhosting server environment, when a user is abusing the server it affects the […]
September 15, 2009

Reseller and Dedicated Hosting Plans are Live!

I’m very excited about the launch of our reseller and dedicated hosting plans, it marks a key step in our expansion and growth plans.  Normally, I might try and write a few thousand words extolling the virtues of our hosting plans.  This time, they’re just so darn good that the thousand words I get from this picture can do the […]
August 24, 2009

Client Profile – Leo Sawicki

Last week we completed a project for Leo Sawicki, Author and Life Management Consultant.  Leo has worked both as a children’s author, publishing books such as Anytime and Anywhere Stories; and working in business and community development with aboriginal communities and institutions across Canada. The scope of the project was to create a web site for Leo that would be […]
January 28, 2009

Put Your Money Where Your Mouse Is.

Hosting Nation is more than just hosting for humans, we’re all animal lovers too.  Serious animal lovers.  So much so that our servers (Dorian and Roma) are named after one of Randy’s alpacas and his dog respectively  (Randy is our system administrator). That’s why we chose the BC SPCA as a cause that we could all agree on.  We want […]
January 13, 2009

Free USB Flash Drive with every new Hosting Account.

It’s been a hectic December for us at Hosting Nation.  Hectic might not adequately describe what’s occurred since September – chaotic, fevered, frantic and turbulent come closer to describing the general atmosphere around here lately. A lot has happened for us.  New office, new logo, new website with new features.  A lot of lessons learned the hard way.  (we’ll be […]