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Hosting and Cloud Providers Turn Up the Heat

West Chester, OH (PRWEB) March 11, 2014

HostingCon, the premier industry conference and trade show for hosting and cloud providers, today announced the theme for HostingCon 2014 in Miami, Florida Turn Up the Heat by accelerating ideas and insights into innovation, strategic vision, and new revenue opportunities.

“The hosting and cloud industry continues to grow and mature and the sector has never been healthier,” said Philbert Shih, managing director of Structure Research and program director for HostingCon. “But at the same time, the industry is undergoing some significant change. Hosters have never before faced such intense competition and the likes of Google, Microsoft and especially Amazon, are increasingly making their presence felt in the competitive landscape. This has forced the entire industry to look for new ways to become more efficient, innovate, and drive new revenues. Complacency will leave laggards behind, and those who turn up the heat will continue to have impact.”

HostingCon is the only North-American event specifically created for hosting and cloud providers with an unbiased platform for presenting the best networking, thought leadership, non-sponsored education, and value-added revenue solutions. For 2014, the conference has organized its educational program to help hosts and cloud providers identify emerging trends and create new business opportunities to drive breakthrough growth. The conference program is broken into four tracks covering Marketing & Sales, Technology, Management, and Industry Trends all focused on sketching a compelling business vision and a robust roadmap for the future.

Over 1,900 hosting and cloud provider decision makers from more than 34 countries are expected to attend HostingCon 2014 from June 16-18 in the high-energy destination of Miami Beach, Florida.

HostingCon is a highly interactive learning and networking environment designed to identify new partnerships and build stronger relationships, stated Kevin Gold, Conference Chair of HostingCon. For HostingCon 2014, the team has put tremendous effort into integrating new ways to help attendees connect with peers and solution providers, in addition to a greater emphasis within the conference program on emerging trends and technology.

HostingCon 2014 showcases an exhibit floor with more than 150 brands that provide solutions for hosting and cloud providers, including CloudFlare, Data Foundry, Interxion, Jelastic, HP, OnApp, Parallels, SolidFire, Arbor Networks, SoftLayer, MarketGoo, Symantec, TeleCity, McAfee, and Loaded Commerce. With an environment rich with thought leaders and deep with major industry brands, business executives and entrepreneurs attending HostingCon 2014 will have the opportunity to think broadly about the future, to identify with new business partners, connect with existing clients, and learn strategic insights to turn up the heat on their competitors.

About HostingCon

HostingCon is the premier industry conference and trade show for hosting and cloud providers. Now in its tenth year, HostingCon connects the industry including hosting and cloud providers, MSPs, ISVs and other Internet infrastructure providers who make the Internet work to network, learn, and grow. HostingCon is an iNET Interactive event. For details about HostingCon, visit http://www.HostingCon.com.


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Dreamhost Vs. Fatcow Vs. SiteGround: Review and Comparison of Top Web Hosting Companies to See Which Service is Better to Choose from Threehosts.com

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Threehosts.com compares the web hosting services of Dreamhost, Fatcow, and SiteGround. This comparison is based on their speed, reliability, support, features and price.

Dreamhost does not offer call-in phone support. Customers can pay extra to request call-backs from support staff. Dreamhost offers a live chat for all accounts on a temporary basis, depending on how many email tickets they have waiting. The live chat feature will be temporarily turned off while they receive many ticket emails, and must focus on them. Only customers that have paid for the “Chat and Call-back” service will be guaranteed that the live chat feature will never be disabled.

Fatcow web hosting package is not rich-featured. It surely makes sense to spend more time before users select an web host provider. Fatcow does not support Ruby on Rails, Perl, Shell (SSH) Access, CronJobs, and some other features. This may cause problems for users when publishing their websites.

SiteGround is a web hosting company founded in 2004 and servicing more than 250,000 domains world-wide. It provides shared hosting, cloud hosting and dedicated servers. Currently, the company employs 110 people. They are constantly looking to integrate products that compliment and improve their services.

SiteGround is the first choice among the three discussed companies, however, editors at Threehosts.com recommend Bluehost as the most recommended web hosting provider. The full reasons that result in Bluehost being rated the most reliable company are available at http://www.threehosts.com/reviews/1st.

About Threehosts.com Threehosts.com is a reliable resource for web hosting company reviews and ratings, including non-commercial hosting and eCommerce. They provide a list of top 3 trusted web hosts. Their experts have been evaluating web hosting providers for years, and now they present the information in an easy to understand format that helps the consumer make the best choice when choosing a proper web host for their personal and business websites. Here’s a link to view the comparison of SiteGround, Fatcow and Dreamhost provided by Threehosts.com.