STORIES FOR JANUARY, 2003:
Some assets of scandal-plagued companies are faring better
than others (Wired Space, Jan. 31)
Partners Buys Five Sites
Acquires Weehawken carrier hotel, data centers
in San Jose, Denver and Dallas (Jan. 27)
The network service provider sees the "flight to safety"
as a factor (Jan. 29)
frustration over patches, a case for ROI on security spending
There are signs that more companies are leasing hosting space.
As the US edges ever closer to military action against Iraq, there
is once again chatter about "cyberattacks" (WiredSpace, Jan. 20)
As it integrates the assets acquired in that buying binge, Interland
is closing four data centers (WiredSpace, Jan. 13)
HostingTech magazine to shut down (WiredSpace, Jan. 13)
name reflects latest structural, facility management changes
Terremark Partners With HP
partnership" will target Latin American market
Cents on the dollar? Not for Ameritrade, which says it just sold
its Kansas City data center for a handsome profit. (Wired Space,
Succeeding with local customers has led to wider benefits for
several providers. (Wired Space, Jan. 7)
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