If you have any questions about using BitCoin with our service, send us an email. To better understand how BitCoin works, check out this video.
Now available at FreeBSD.org is the new FreeBSD 8.4 RC1 release. It can be downloaded on the FTP servers for amd64, pc98 and i386 architectures.
Memory stick ISO images are available here: FreeBSD release ISO-IMAGES
Great news for Hub.org customers with a FreeBSD VPS through us, and also for those who sign up for our FreeBSD VPS hosting in the future. For every FreeBSD VPS plan, we have added an extra 50% to the monthly allotted RAM.
Cloud computing has resulted in faster, efficient use of information.
However, since it is hosted on a cloud, the United States government has decided they can access this data whenever they please (regardless of whether you think you own it). What are the solutions? Back up your data for one, but that is not a long-term, functional plan for your web-based information. Consider our safe Panama VPS Hosting to ensure your data won't be compromised.
The PostgreSQL Global Development Group has released PostgreSQL 9.1 and
we are pleased to announce this version is now available for our clients.
This option is now available under the Create New Database section when you
are signed into AMS. (http://ams.hub.org)
Using the VirtualBox OSE Virtualiation environment, we are now able to offer a full range of operating system choices to our clients, including, but not limited to, Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, OpenBSD, NetBSD ... basically, if it comes in a downloadable ISO format, it can be installed.
See our Self-Managed Web Hosting packages for pricing.
Here at Hub.Org, we recognize, and appreciate, that choosing a hosting provider these days can be a painful, and lengthy process.
In order to help you to evaluate our services, with very little risk, all of our new sign ups, no matter what plan level, are charged a very simple rate for their first month of services: A Buck ($1USD).
Over the past week, we began migrating our web site from Wordpress -> Drupal 7, due to Drupal 7's multi-lingual capabilities. This new site is now live.
Part of the push to move was that, thanks to one of our Chinese clients, we had a complete translation of the site 'sitting idle', which, except for the sign up page, which is in the process of being translated, is also now online.
We have partnered up with an individual in Panama who is currently working on Portuguese and Spanish translations of the site, but, we want more ...
Welcome to our new web site. In some ways the new site will appear to have
less on it than our site, but in big ways, it is now soooo much more.
We are pleased to announce the re-introduction of Pecunix as an accepted
payment method for both new, and existing, clients.
This option is now available under the Payment section when you are signed
into AMS. (http://ams.hub.org)
UPDATE (Nov 13, 2013): we no longer accept Pecunix as a payment method.