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RackForce Launches Free Training Program for Plesk 7 Reloaded

Thursday, October 7, 2004

October 7, 2004 - Kelowna, BC Canada - RackForce announced today the launch of rackforcetraining.com, a live online classroom with an expert RackForce instructor who teaches the fundamentals of Plesk 7 Reloaded. Attendees will be able to ask questions by phone or instant messenger and see the solutions right on their screen via an online classroom tool that displays the instructor's screen.

RackForce Chooses FortiGate for Server Security

Wednesday, September 8, 2004

September 8, 2004 - Kelowna BC Canada - After extensive research and testing, RackForce is pleased to announce the launch of its new managed security services based on the award-winning FortiGate series of ASIC accelerated anti-virus firewalls.

RackForce CSC Upgrade

Monday, August 30, 2004

As part of our ongoing commitment to our customers, we are pleased to announce the much anticipated upgrade to the RackForce Customer Service Center (CSC). Many customers' suggestions and ideas have been incorporated into this new version together with significant ergonomic and workflow improvements to enhance the usability of the CSC and make our customer's job easier.

RackForce Launches New ddsHurricane

Wednesday, August 25, 2004

RackForce announced today the launch of its newest Dynamic Dedicated Server (DDS) dubbed the ddsHurricane. This virtual server model is specially engineered and tested to provide maximum performance for cPanel operating on Virtuozzo's Virtual Private Server (VPS) technology.

RackForce Powers Up

Thursday, August 5, 2004

RackForce Hosting Inc. has added an additional 500KW diesel generator and a second, fully independent hydro-electric power feed to its data center in Kelowna, British Columbia. The severe power outages experienced recently on the East and West Coast as well as concerns with the continued vulnerability of utility networks in general has reinforced RackForce's commitment to build additional redundancy into its power systems.

RackForce pushes open door for VPS resellers

Monday, July 26, 2004

As Virtual Private Server (VPS) technology has evolved, its advantages over shared hosting and, in some ways, even dedicated hosting have become increasingly well known within the hosting reseller community. Despite these advantages, VPS hosting solutions remain a small fraction of total hosting sales. In part, this is because the complexity of the technology and the lack of affordable GUI-based tools for deploying and self-managing Virtual Environments (VEs) has limited the ability of hosting resellers to resell high quality VPS solutions to their clients.

RackForce and Terrorist Web Sites

Wednesday, July 21, 2004

As reported by The Middle East Media Research Institute ( http://www.memri.org/bin/latestnews.cgi?ID=SR3104) and the Canadian Free Press ( http://www.canadafreepress.com/cover_storys.htm), RackForce Hosting Inc. (www.rackforce.com) of Kelowna, B.C. Canada was hosting two of eight terrorist web sites hosted in North America.

RackForce Core Network Upgrade - RS 38000

Wednesday, June 9, 2004

As part of its drive to continually improve its quality of service and deliver world-class network reliability and performance, RackForce is excited to announce a significant upgrade to its core networking infrastructure. This week, RackForce installed RiverStone's flagship RS38000 router. RiverStone is a leading provider of carrier-class network equipment and the RS38000 is among the world's most powerful routers.

Service Restructuring

Tuesday, March 16, 2004

With the introduction of its new website RackForce has restructured its hosting services to offer a better quality of service to the reseller and small business hosting market. After years of providing shared and dedicated hosting solutions, serious flaws were identified in these conventional hosting models. While shared hosting lacks the security, stability, flexibility and performance necessary for any significant e-business, dedicated hosting remains too complex and its total cost of ownership too high for most resellers and the vast majority of small businesses.

RackForce launches DDS Dedicated Servers

Monday, March 1, 2004

March 1, 2004 - Kelowna, BC, Canada - RackForce Hosting Inc. has launched a new family of dedicated hosting services under the DDS brand name. According to RackForce's President and CEO, Tim Dufour, "DDS comes from 'Dynamic Dedicated Server' and is the result of RackForce's long-term investment in technologies that promise superior value in terms of stability, performance, ease of use and cost of ownership." DDS dedicated servers start at $24.95 and include a number of features that go beyond traditional entry-level hosting solutions.

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