NetBenefit Managed Hosting Teams With Red Hat To Deliver Red Hat Enterprise
Linux 5 Cluster Suite

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| NetBenefit, an experienced provider of managed hosting services in the UK
| with a range of services to suit every level of business, today announced
| that it is implementing a managed hosting solution based upon Red Hat
| Enterprise Linux 5 Cluster Suite. This collaboration with Red Hat emphasises
| NetBenefit’s position as an experienced provider of business critical managed
| hosting solutions for organisations that demand continuously available
| websites or online applications...


| Microsoft, take note!
| May 16th, 2007
| I just spent the last 45 minutes trying to get my son’s Windows
| Vista activated (Again ) so he could play his games. *The
| experience made me want to poke a fork in Bill Gates and Steve
| Ballmers eyes!!
| Microsoft has also been pushing their patent garbage a little too
| heavily on the Linux community as of late. *They have been claiming
| patent infringement for a little over a year with no proof. *They
| won’t show infringing code yet they demand monetary compensation.
| This is what I really wanted to say in my blog. *I WILL NEVER EVER
| will never do windows hosting, we will never do Exchange hosting
| (Using a Microsoft product), and we will never use Longhorn server
| or advanced server.
| Microsoft whores out its customer experience at every turn. *They
| have completely thumbed their nose at what their users need and
| have lost touch technically with the internet community at large.
| I can’t preach about the customer experience for Bluehost users and
| then do business with a company that clearly violates everything I
| believe in. *I wanted Bluehost users to know why I felt this way.
| I also wanted Microsoft to know that there are consequences for
| their despicable treatment of their customers. *I have never been a
| Microsoft fan, but I was never their enemy. *Now they have lost me
| forever as a client and I am sure many others will follow. *Enough
| is enough, and now I am voting with my wallet. *Goodbye Microsoft
| and good riddance!!
| Matt Heaton / President