There’s about to be some important changes to Prussia.Net’s internet hosting services. If you’re in a hurry, just read the bold text.
It’s a time of great change in the internet industry and, as it happens, for me personally. Over the coming month or so I’ll be working with you to ensure that our hosting services are right for your business needs or, if they’re not, make sure that you’re steered in the right direction.
The technical infrastructure for internet hosting is now a commodity. It’s now possible to get “free” hosting, provided you give away some of your privacy to marketers, or accept advertising, or do without technical support. Conversely, providing quality support can be more expensive, because the technical environment is more complex.
NEW PRICING STRUCTURE will offer two levels of support.(more…)
Prussia.Net is reviewing how it provides internet hosting services—everything from the performance of the server we lease from our data centre ServePath and the support provided by Bobcares through to pricing and even the wording of the terms and conditions.
The first step in this review will be an email next Tuesday 16 March asking about your preferences for internet hosting and how it’s supported, and explaining the implications. Further details then.
Prussia.Net will cease operating the Mailman mailing list software on 30 September 2011 at 5.00pm Sydney time. If you’re currently using Mailman, we’ll email you early next week to explain the migration plan.
Mailman is getting rather long in the tooth. It’s hard to use, and because it was designed for email-based discussion forums it has never worked very well for email marketing.
Besides, I’d rather not have bulk email sent from our servers, even if it’sread on...
Effectively immediately, we have cancelled our landline telephone.
Please check out contacts page for the best way to get in touch. It’s usually better to use email rather than phone.read on...
Prussia.Net is migrating internet hosting clients to a new server across this weekend, Saturday 25 through Monday 27 September 2010. If you’re having problems, please read the emails with subjects starting “SERVER UPGRADES” which have been sent during the week.
If you’re having a particular problem with email, read on… and follow our Twitter feed for real-time updates.read on...