Web Hosting Services Receive Transatlantic Exposure In 2010 At WebHostingDay And HostingCon
The first decade of the millennium has shown a very negative trend, from the bursting of the dotcom bubble in the early years and ending with the bursting of the housing bubble in recent years. The rise and fall of the economy has affected nearly all industries, and conventions are the latest to be beaten. Traditionally, marketing agreements, such as DMA, there is less recording and attendees of recent years, and some are opting to open next year.
However, much as the Internet market heralded the downfall of national and global economies, the slow rise of technology markets in the past five years represents a ray of hope for other companies. Of all the industries to track Web Hosting Services are among the precursors, as they are the backbone of the Internet and its success is directly influenced by the success of its customers. In the coming year, two of the main conventions of web hosting in the world are anticipating continued growth of the industry itself sees renewed vigor.
In its fifth year, the next WebhostingDay be held March17-19, 2010 at Phantasialand in Bruehl, Germany. The convention promises to be one of the world’s largest web event hosting over 2,000 attendees, citing himself as “the industry for the industry.” Although English is the common language, will attend conventions in Europe, America and Asia, providing a forum for international networking, exchange of ideas and social interaction. The different events include discussion forums, open meetings and exhibitions, hands-on labs, and social functions.
From last year’s event, Phil Shih, an analyst at research, said, “It was a good opportunity to learn about the dynamics of host single European market, something I value as an industry analyst. He was also a good opportunity to establish contacts and to Tier1 Research, a sales opportunity. Speaking off the record, German beer is fabulous. I recommend Weizen.
The annual HostingCon session was held in July 19-21 2010 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas. They project that there will be more than 1,500 participants from over 30 countries to date, the Convention promotes itself as “the largest gathering of hosted services professionals worldwide.” In addition to the great hall of exhibitors, seminars and speeches HostingCon provide industry leaders, and seminars on the current state and future of the industry.
The HostingCon main website says: “The best and brightest in the industry will be present to get the latest news, ideas and technologies that affect their business. If you are presenting their new services, or are just checking the pulse industry, this is your chance to meet and network with their business partners, in a fun and educational. ”
Web hosting services enable individuals and businesses to display their websites on the Internet. Web hosts provide space on the server, purchased or leased computers for their customers. They also offer Internet connectivity, typically through a data center. The complexity of the services of a web hosting company offering ranges from the personal web site host, usually individual pages, to application development platform database and support forums and e-commerce companies.