Issue 17 – High Tech To High Court

When it comes to staying current with the latest trends and changes on the technology side of hosting, there are plenty of resources available. But what about when a provider’s concerns move from the high tech to the high court. David Snead is a Washington, D.C.-based attorney whose practice specializes in the representation of hosting companies. He describes himself as working with clients “as a partner with their businesses, rather than as a fireman brought in only when legal problems threaten the existence of their business.”

Columns

Hosting Gurus:
Tips For Starting Your Reseller Hosting Business

Top Ten Myths About Bandwidth & Data Transfer

Web Hosting In The Third World

Hosting Hazards

Hosting’s Hidden World: Success Using Value Added Services

Customer Support Q&A

In Pay-Per-Click Advertising, Beware The Number One Spot

Network Neutrality Gains Big Internet Brand Support

Foreign Support Doesn’t Have To Mean Foreign-To-Good Service

Sales and Marketing:
Sales: Conferences And You!

How to Build Bulletproof Customer Loyalty

When Phishing Targets Company Executives

Book Review:
Selling Is Everyone’s Business-Including Yours

Departments

Bits and Bytes:
Managed Hosting Provider DataPipe Secures $12M Investment

Searchfeed.com Appoints New Senior Director, General Manager

CDGcommerce Announces Merchant Accounts Without the Risk of Fraud Losses

DemoWolf.com Acquires HostingTutorials.biz

1&1 Internet Inks Deal for Data Center in K.C. Area

MIVA Small Business Conference Delivers

Host Gator Launches VOIP Service

Lou Honick Named “Cool Entrepreneur”

Affinity Internet Develops Customizable Search Optimization Tool

Colocation Hosting Firm, Level 3, Sells Software Subsidiary, for $353 Million

The Planet-EV1Servers, Round-Out Leadership Team With Technology Veteran

Special Reports:
A Look Back At HostingCon 2006

Service Directory

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