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Roundup of Hosting, Cloud News: INetU, Internap, Phoenix Nap

INetU will offer its full product portfolio of cloud and security services from its Seattle data center starting in April.

INetU adds a data center in the Pacific Northwest; Phoenix NAP adds services at its Asburn data center; an Internap survey finds that customers want clouds with control; and the United States is once again reported as having the top volume of spam emails compared with other countries around the world. Read More

Eucalyptus: We’ll Be More Open Than Other Open Clouds

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Cloud software specialist Eucalyptus sees pushing boundaries of open clouds as an opportunity. This philosophy is driving changes at the company, with a sharper focus on its “open” roots from its origins in academia. Eucalyptus has open sourced its courseware and training, making all those materials available for free. Read More

Preventing a Botnet Attack on Your Data Center

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The rise in Internet and cloud utilization has been directly proportional to the rise in WAN-based attacks. As more organizations utilize the power of the cloud, more attackers will search for targets to attack. Fueled by innovations like do-it-yourself botnet construction kits and rent-a-botnet business models, the growth of botnets has skyrocketed and botnet products and services are now brazenly advertised and sold on the Internet. Read More

Density, Diverse Services Drive Growth at Latisys

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As a data center service provider, Latisys has been on a journey in which it has expanded across the country and up the value chain. In 2013, it has arrived as an end-to-end provider of IT outsourcing, complete with a national footprint and a portfolio of high-end customers. Read More

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