Seems like all I have done lately has been servers. I think I am actually starting to enjoy working with these things even though they get very frustrating at times. Anyway, the server I finished yesterday was for our big website move project. This project only came about because we are getting too many sites for our bandwidth, this is a good thing. It actually turns out to be a great thing once we get the project completed. We will be able to reduce the cost of our hosting drastically by moving the machines out of house, into a server farm. This will greatly improve the performance of our clients sites, and reduce our energy and bandwidth costs. Sounds good to me….
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