Interview with Thomas Medard Fredericksen, COO of One.com
In Europe, one.com is a very big contender in the hosting space. They have some really low cost hosting offerings that can get any personal or business website up and running quickly. We sat down with Thomas Medard Fredericksen, COO of One.com, who told us all about his business and his background in joining one.com from the startup world.
Interview with John Engates, CTO of Rackspace
My first exposure to Rackspace was in 2006, when I was working at a company and we had two rented Rackspace dedicated servers, and an account manager who was fantastic. I remember then meeting Rackspace people at conferences and asking if they knew this guy, Joe Dan Dockrey. They said no. I didn't realize how big Rackspace was getting--but it certainly has gotten huge. But CTO John Engates has been at Rackspace almost since the beginning. He tells us how the company evolved and where it lies now.
Interview with Jonathan LaCour, Vice President, Cloud and Development, at DreamHost
If you've been in the hosting arena for awhile, you know DreamHost. What you may know is that they have had these great deals on domains+hosting that may have even reeled you in. But you may not know about the commitment to cloud infrastructure. We learned more about this with Jonathan LaCour, the Vice President of Cloud of Development at DreamHost, who gave us a really exhaustive look at his involvement in the company and in working on the cloud.
Interview with Allen MacCannell, VP Sales & Partnerships at WebCEO.
In this interview you can learn from Allen MacCannell, VP Sales & Partnerships WebCEO Limited (one of the leading SEO Software & White Label SEO Tools). WebCEO was founded in 1992 (Rebranded from Radiocom in 2000). It was the first Desktop SEO tool and today offers a set of 15 online SEO tools for both agencies and individuals.
Interview with Otto van der Schaaf of We-Amp and IISpeed
Ever wonder how search engines perceive your website? We don't know all the answers, but we do know bits and pieces--enough to know these days that slow websites make for a poor user experience which means that search engines don't want to rank those websites high enough to contribute to that poor UX. We sat down with Otto van der Schaaf who has been working on two separate (but related) projects on page speed, and who boasts, among his partners, Google. Here's his story.