Peng Zhang on August 15th, 2013

I wanted to find a code hosting and version control provider today. And I chose CloudForge.com over several other alternatives for a couple of reasons: GitHub – it’s a great hosting and version control system; it’s free; it has by far the largest developer community and the largest number of hosted projects; but it offers [...]

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Peng Zhang on March 18th, 2011

Sharepoint 2007 WSS Hosting alentus.com sharepointhosting.com myhosting.com Sharepoint 2010 Foundation Hosting sherweb.com Sharepoint 2007 MOSS Hosting seekdotnet.com webhostforasp.net mosshosting.com General Sharepoint Hosting sharepointhostingspace.com Reseller Hosting sherweb.com fpweb.net app4rent.com Other’s List ca.dedicatedserverdir.com

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Peng Zhang on September 16th, 2010

This is the 3rd time in a short time that this particular server box444 is down at bluehost.com. I am very unhappy about bluehost lately. And at the same time, I am happier with Siteground.com than ever – in comparison, their servers just go and go for a couple of years, without giving me any [...]

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Peng Zhang on September 14th, 2010

Today my site at bluehost was down for some time. And this is the second time in about a month or two that this happened.

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Peng Zhang on July 30th, 2010

Good Hosts I have used and continue to use these hosting companies: Siteground.com Bluehost.com In my opinion, Siteground.com is better than bluehost.com because siteground.com has its own unique SSH access that sandboxes the customer into his/her own account directory while bluehost’s SSH access will allow such users accessto all clients’ directories (I may be wrong [...]

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Peng Zhang on March 28th, 2010

I found Siteground.com to be a better host than Bluehost.com for ResourceSpace. Why? because the default settings for “memory_limit”, “post_max_size”, “upload_max_filesize” are far more lenient and logical. The bluehost’s “post_max_size” is illogically smaller than “upload_max_filesize”, which makes the “upload_max_filesize” meaningless. Additionally, it appears that Siteground has ImageMagic installed by default. See the attached screenshot below: [...]

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