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1&1 and GMX Choose Across Language Server to Increase Productivity of Translation

November 5, 2009 by · Comments Off on 1&1 and GMX Choose Across Language Server to Increase Productivity of Translation 

Webmaster News LOS ANGELES & KARLSBAD, Germany – 1&1 Internet AG, one of the world’s leading Internet providers with more than nine million customers, has chosen the Across Language Server for translating and publishing its hosting and e-commerce solutions into various languages. By using the centralized translation management software platform from Across Systems, 1&1 has already shortened the turn-around time of extensive projects, with 80,000 or more words, by up to 75 percent.

1&1’s subsidiary, GMX, has also recently started to implement the Across Language Server. To facilitate efficient localization of Website content and text, the Across Language Server is connected to its Web Content Management System, as well as to additional editing and Content Management Systems that are used for document creation. Read more

World’s Largest Web Hosting Provider Chooses Nimsoft for Monitoring

October 22, 2009 by · Comments Off on World’s Largest Web Hosting Provider Chooses Nimsoft for Monitoring 

1and1Hosting ToolsREDWOOD CITY, CA – Nimsoft, the first provider of Unified Monitoring™ solutions, today announced that Web hosting provider 1&1 Internet has selected the Nimsoft Monitoring Solution (NMS) to monitor its entire server infrastructure.

With about EUR 1.2 billion in revenues, 8 million customers, and 10 million domains being managed, 1&1 is the largest Web hosting provider in the world. In order to deliver its portfolio of shared and dedicated hosting, ISP, and new cloud computing services, 1&1 needs to manage a vast infrastructure that includes more than 65,000 servers.

The IT staff at 1&1 realised it needed to replace the existing open source monitoring solution in order to most effectively optimise the performance and reliability of its servers. After evaluating solutions from IBM, Hyperic and Nimsoft, the staff found that only NMS offered the combination of scalability, ease of deployment, and security they required. Read more

1&1 Internet Reports 37% of Britons Are Online Givers

October 13, 2009 by · Comments Off on 1&1 Internet Reports 37% of Britons Are Online Givers 

1and1Hosting Blog LONDON – Britain is a nation of online givers with over a third of consumers (37 per cent) having used a charity’s website as a channel to donate money, according to research released by 1&1, www.1and1.co.uk, the world’s largest web host. The survey of 1700 British consumers found for 31 per cent of Britons, giving money via a charity website is now their preferred way to donate. Second only to donating in-person, the method is now more popular than direct debits, phone payments and the post. In fact, two thirds of consumers believe they are more likely to give to charity as a direct result of the availability of online payment. Furthermore, individual charity websites are now the resource most utilised when people are considering making a donation. Investing in a quality web presence is now a must for all non-profits, with consumers expecting such websites to be as attractive as business ones. In fact, charities can be reassured that three quarters of Britons feel that a charity website can never be ‘too flash’ or ‘too expensive-looking’.

1&1’s ‘Non-Profits on the Web Study’ has found that the individual websites of charities and non-profit organisations are now the preferred port of call for consumers wishing to research causes and donate money without visiting the charity. In total, 60 per cent of Britons have used a charity or non-profit group’s website. Over one third (37 per cent) of respondents have used such a website as a channel to donate money, with 31 per cent now preferring to make their donations to charity via websites. Whilst in-person donations were most popular (42 per cent), making donations online is today more favoured than established fundraising practices such as direct debit forms (16 per cent), posting cheques (8 per cent) and payments by phone (4 per cent). Indeed, two thirds (68 per cent) of respondents believe they are more likely to give to charity today than ever before, as a result of the convenience of being able to pay online. Read more

1&1 Web Hosting Launches Unlimited Traffic and Increased Web Space

September 2, 2009 by · Comments Off on 1&1 Web Hosting Launches Unlimited Traffic and Increased Web Space 

Web Hosting ToolsLondon – 1&1 Internet Ltd, the world’s largest web host by known servers, today announced that it has removed all traffic limits on its web hosting. From today, an unlimited volume of data is available for page impressions, downloads and uploads of files for all 1&1 hosting packages. 1&1 now offers flexibility for shared hosting solutions commonly reserved for users of dedicated servers.

Furthermore, 1&1 has increased web space quotas for both new and existing web hosting customers – by up to 5 times the amount. For new users, the increase is coupled with an attractive price offer. The award-winning 1&1 Home package (now from £2.99/month+VAT for first 6 months) sees its web space boosted from 1.5GB to 5GB, the Business package (currently from £3.99/month+VAT for first 6 months) is upgraded from 4GB to 20GB, Business Pro (from £6.99/month+VAT for first 6 months) from 8GB to 40GB, and the flagship Professional package (from £11.99/month+VAT for first 6 months) benefits from web space raised from 20GB to a massive 80GB.

Throughout September, 1&1 has reduced the price of its web hosting, dedicated and virtual servers, email solutions and eShops. For example, 1&1 MS Exchange, 1&1 MS SharePoint and 1&1 MailXchange solutions are all offered at half price for the first 6 months. With the offer, a professional Microsoft Exchange mailbox with push email functionality is only £2.99/month+VAT. The flagship model of the 1&1 Dedicated Server family, 1&1 Quad Core XXL, with its 8 processor cores and a genuine RAID5 hard-disk system, now only costs £119.99/month+VAT for the first 6 months.

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1&1 Summer Special Offers: Including 1 Year Free

August 7, 2009 by · Comments Off on 1&1 Summer Special Offers: Including 1 Year Free 

1and1Web Hosting ToolsPhiladelphia, PA – 1&1 Internet, Inc., the world’s largest Web host by known servers, is now offering discounts on a variety of packages and products. These promotions, valid through August 31st, will allow customers to create an even more affordable Web presence.

The 1&1 Home Package, regularly priced at $4.99 per month, is available for free for one year when ordered on a 2 year contract, $4.99 setup fee applies. The Home Package is loaded with features and is ideal for individuals and organizations looking to create a website. Included at no additional charge are two domain names for the life of your package, 120GB of Web space, 1,200 GB of monthly transfer volume, 10 FTP accounts, 1,200 POP3/IMAP email accounts, site building tools and more.

For those requiring more than what the Home Package provides, 1&1 offers two even more feature-rich shared hosting packages. The popular 1&1 Business Package, regularly $9.99/month, and Developer Package, regularly $19.99/month, are both now available for free for the first three months, $9.99 setup fee and 12 month minimum contract term (MCT) apply.

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1&1 UK Launches Summer Specials on Beginner Website and .INFO Domains

August 3, 2009 by · Comments Off on 1&1 UK Launches Summer Specials on Beginner Website and .INFO Domains 

Web Hosting ToolsLondon – 1&1 Internet Ltd, the world’s largest web host by known servers, today revealed a Summer Special promotion which offers an unbeatable deal for launching a simple web presence. Until 31 August, the 1&1 Beginner package, priced at £1.99/month+VAT, is offered free for 1 year when ordered on a 2 year contract. Including 1&1’s renowned WebsiteBuilder, the package is a brilliantly efficient way to create a personal, hobby or charity website in minutes. 1&1 also presents a bargain domain offer with its .INFO domains now only £0.99+VAT for 1 year of registration. The 99p .INFO domain comprises a great opportunity to develop a web identity and is an excellent addition to a website or custom email account.

The 1&1 Beginner Package is ideal for individuals and organisations looking to build their first website or an additional micro-site. Free for 12 months and only £1.99/month+VAT thereafter, the package is packed with features for a professional looking website. Included is 250MB of web space, 8 pages of 1&1 WebsiteBuilder, 20 IMPA/POP3 email accounts, 5 Subdomains, DNS Management, Google Sitemaps, FTP Access, SimpleSubmission, 24/7 Express Support. Customers also receive 1&1’s powerful new MailXchange-powered 1&1 Webmail included at no cost.

From students to entrepreneurs, the 1&1 Beginner package is relied upon by tens of thousands of British customers for an instant and reliable web presence. 1&1’s WebsiteBuilder continues to be the benchmark for hosted website creation tools. The solution combines the widest range of colour schemes and graphics with only 4 easy steps to build a professional website in only 20 minutes.

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2 out of 5 SMBs Don’t Exist Online

July 29, 2009 by · Comments Off on 2 out of 5 SMBs Don’t Exist Online 

1and1Web Hosting ToolsPhiladelphia, PA – SMB owners risk unnecessary spending due to confusion over the cost and effort involved in Web hosting, according to research released today by 1&1 Internet, Inc., the world’s largest Web host by known servers. The results from a study of over 1,800 US small to midsize businesses [1] suggest that most SMB owners are misinformed about the cost of owning a business website.

The study discovered that 40 percent of SMBs do not yet have an online presence. Of those businesses without a website, 53 percent stated they had no idea what a website would cost each month. These small business owners need more information about the features and benefits of Web hosting to broaden their range of possibilities to profit from the internet.

Oliver Mauss, CEO of 1&1 Internet Inc., said, “While many small companies today leverage the Web with increasing proficiency, too many businesses remain excluded from the online world. Although an online presence becomes more and more important for the acquisition of new customers, small business owners are still unaware of the true cost of Web hosting. They overestimate the necessary business investments for being online and underestimate how simple and affordable it is to source a website.”

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1&1 Launches New Dedicated Servers

July 9, 2009 by · Comments Off on 1&1 Launches New Dedicated Servers 

190x60_logo17Web Hosting ToolsChesterbrook, PA 1&1 Internet, Inc., the world’s largest web host by known servers, has launched exciting new server packages. 1&1 customers now have a choice between eight different hardware class choices for dedicated Linux, Windows, or 1&1 Website servers.

Internet users can now choose between five servers with Dual Core processors and three models with Quad Core CPUs. There are now three server classes priced under $100 per month, the Dual Core S, M and L.

To continue to provide servers that are of optimal value to IT professionals and SMBs, 1&1 customers can now enjoy even more monthly traffic, with no additional fees. Traffic allowance was increased by 1000 GB per month for the Dual Core L and Dual Core XL server classes. Monthly traffic allowance was increased by 2000 GB for all three available Quad Core server classes.

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UK Survey Reveils Small Businesses Are STill Without A Website

May 12, 2009 by · Comments Off on UK Survey Reveils Small Businesses Are STill Without A Website 

Web Hosting ToolsLondon – 46 per cent of Britain’s smallest enterprises are still without a website and many seek assistance in getting one, according to research released today by 1&1 Internet Ltd., the world’s largest web host by known servers. A study of 530 small enterprises found that from those without a website, 41 per cent recognise that a web presence could increase their sales, but believe they are prevented by factors including the time, cost and skill required to keep a website. The data suggests that such companies are misinformed over the true cost and time needed to build a website themselves. Significantly, a further 47 per cent of firms still off-line believe that a website could not benefit their business. This is in direct contrast with a further survey of 152 similar businesses with websites, where 80 per cent gain revenue from their sites, and 80 per cent would be willing to build their next website themselves using a DIY-style website package.

Whilst many British companies achieve increased visibility and sales online, 1&1’s ‘Smaller Business Online Survey'(1) finds that an alarming number of small sized enterprises have been left behind. The study of 530 enterprises employing 1 to 5 people (including tradesmen, entrepreneurs, small retailers, self-employed and home workers), finds that today some 46 per cent are still without a website on the Internet to promote their business. Whilst the business owners involved are likely to use the Web in their personal lives, their enterprise activities remain out of sight of millions of potential customers. Some 41 per cent of those off-line desire a web presence to increase their sales, but first need concerns over the costs, time and skill to be addressed. For 1 in 5 owners, the worry that a lack of a website may be losing them business has caused negative emotions such as “stress” and “anxiety”. Read more

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