SWsoft Releases Plesk 8.3 for Windows and Linux/Unix!

SWsoft announced the availability of version 8.3 of its’ flagship product PLESK. Pleask is a multi-platform control panel and the latest release includes over 50 new features for Linux and Windows users. As per an announcement by SWsoft the release of SWsoft Plesk 8.3 continues SWsoft’s Open Fusion initiative of enabling integration of all types of web hosting software.  This new version of the software further integrates Plesk with Virtuozzo, 3rd party, and other web applications as well as continuing to deliver innovative ease of use, the highest levels of stability and performance, security and unmatched value. Continue reading “SWsoft Releases Plesk 8.3 for Windows and Linux/Unix!”

Gmail about to Reach 6GB Storage Mark!

Gmail about to Touch 6GB Storage SpaceGoogle is known for doing things in its’ own style. Started with 2 GB mail box facility (besides other features), now Gmail is about to reach a mark where it seems to touch a new height. As evident from attached screen shot it is about to touch 6GB storage space and it’s still couting. Perhaps a time will come when you will be able to get unlimited storage space from Gmail like Yahoo! and few others. And mind you, it’s all for free. You need not shell out a single cent for this.

Now, this is what can be called a real new year gift in true style.

Have u worked with Quad monitors attached to a single computer??

Till now I am using a 19″ monitor and I thought it was ok but recently I read a post on http://blog.domaintools.com and I was aghast. You know what?? Jay Westerdal of http://domaintools.com is working with Quad (four) monitors plugged in to one cpu. He has setup this using just Windows XP with two Nvidia Quadro FX 570 video cards and all these monitors add up to 11,720,000 (11.7 million) pixels. Quite impressive. Don’t belive me……Just go to this page and read all about it yourself. Jay claims that his productivity has increased by 10 minutes a day by using this quad monitor setup. It doesn’t stop here. Few visitors to his blog has expressed almost similar feelings. I am still in dreamworld. You better head to the original post.

Happy productivity.

cPanel announces EOL for versions 10.8.x and below

cPanel announced EOL (End of Life) for version 10.8.x and below. As per a communication released on 8th November, 2007, cPanel will no longer issue licenses for version 10.8.x or below after December 1, 2007. Few months back cPanel had release version 11 of it’s popular Hosting control panel and has now urged all it’s users to upgrade to latest version.

To upgrade to a newer version of cPanel and WHM, administrators can run /scripts/upcp from the command line or use the ‘Upgrade to Latest Version’ option in the ‘cPanel’ menu inside of WebHost Manager.

Dot Registrar migrates to MyDomain.com

DotRegistrar (www.dotregistrar.com), one of the leading domain registration service providers, is in the process of upgrading all its client accounts and domains to the MyDomain.com Registrar system. As per a notice on www.dotregistrar.com, DotRegistrar will become part of MyDomain, in the coming weeks. With this upgradation some of the features of Dot Registrar have gone while some new features (free services) like URL Forwarding, Email Forwarding and DNS management has been added. However, this comes at a cost to existing clients of Dot Registrar. Continue reading “Dot Registrar migrates to MyDomain.com”

Pricing dips for all .NET Domain Names (Register / Renew / Transfer)

Few Domain Registrar companies (including hosting company of this site) have announced a brand new and exciting offer for .NET domains. Starting today, any new registration / renewal or transfer in of .NET TLDs will cost approximately Rs. 325/=. This offer is for limited time period and will be available up to 25th December, 2007. Continue reading “Pricing dips for all .NET Domain Names (Register / Renew / Transfer)”

PHP 4 End of Life Announcement

The PHP development team, on 13-July-2007, has announced End of Life for PHP4. As per the notice on www.php.net support for PHP4 will continue till 31-Dec-2007 only.

Hence it is strongly suggested that you ask your development team to make your website suitable to run on PHP 5. For documentation on migration from PHP4 to PHP5, please check migration guide available on PHP website (www.php.net).