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Web-hosting companies promise a lot, and sometimes charge a lot. You may think that you’re putting your site on a powerful server with excellent bandwidth and performance. It may appear to be so until you get some serious traffic to your site. The Irish ISP and hosting company Digiweb just proved that they cannot deliver what they promise. Just when we needed the to be there, Digiweb failed miserably. For two days in a row, their servers DoS, keel over, etc., when our users, try to access our site. Shame on you Digiweb. It’s time to consider another hosting solution.

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6 Comments

  1. Let me know which hosting you go for. See you tomorrow in Glenstal, hopefully.

  2. The reviews for digiweb are brutal. http://ratemyisp.ie/ratings/digiweb/

  3. I have them as ISP as well, and compared to other ISPs in Ireland they are ok. Their hosting used be ok, but I think they have oversold their capacity (too many sites per server) and they now want to “monetize” (horrible concept and word) sites that have more traffic by pushing such sites towards virtualisation and higher costs.

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