Archive | December, 2008


Looking Back at 2008

2009 is almost upon us, so it’s as good a time as any to have a quick look back over the last 12 months. It’s been an interesting year for everyone. In 2007 we put plans in motion to launch a whole new range of products and services on a new platform. While we still […]

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A New Year – A New Start?

After all the doom and gloom of the last few months we all need to look towards 2009 with a positive aspect. Nobody can know for sure what 2009 will hold for any of us. One thing, however, is sure, it’s going to be anything but boring! Businesses both large and small are going to […]

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Save Money After Christmas

Once you’ve got over stuffing your face with turkey, ham and Christmas pudding then you’ll probably want to check out the post-Christmas sales (we’ll announce ours early in the New Year). This year’s sales should be quite interesting both online and offline. The great thing about online shops is that they never close, so you […]

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Take A Break

Since Christmas day is only a couple of days away I suspect that a lot of our clientele have already vanished until the New Year. To be perfectly frank I don’t blame them! I’d love to be heading off to warmer climes, though I doubt if Ireland’s real capital counts (Cork – if you’re not […]

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Calling Last Orders

The clock is ticking…. With Christmas only a couple of days away we’d just like to give people a gentle reminder – if you want to register any new IE domains or make any changes the IE Domain Registry will be closed from Tuesday, so you should really do it before then! I’ve already posted […]

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Ubuntu 8.04 LTS now supported on VPS

Today I can officially announce our support for the latest Ubuntu distro (8.04). This will provide our customers with a platform to develop applications on a platform with the latest and greatest versions of many commonly used apps like php, apache, mysql etc. You can sign up for Ubuntu 8.04 based virtual private servers over […]

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