[Micronet] Looking for Windows hosting environment

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[Micronet] Looking for Windows hosting environment

kimbercarl
  Does anyone have experience - good or bad - with outside Windows
hosting environments?
We are looking to migrate sites that use MS Access as a data source. (I
know, migrate these to MySql.  In the plan, but not for the moment.)

Thanks.
Kim Carl

 
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Re: [Micronet] Looking for Windows hosting environment

Richard DeShong-2
parcom.net
Excellent customer service, excellent uptime.  I've had a number of domains
with them for over 10 yrs.

Even the $4/mo account has ms access support.
The $5/mo account also has mysql and SQL2005 support.

P.S.
There has been discussions on this list about putting University business
data on an outside service.  According to this list, there is a single ISP
that does agree, or is near to agreeing to, the regents conditions for
contracts.

P.S.S.
Not sure why the University doesn't just ask for bids for a couple of huge
accounts - unix and windows, and then act like a reseller to dept's.
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Richard DeShong, Information Systems Analyst
Athletic Study Center, UC Berkeley
164 Chavez Student Center
510-642-5123 office
925-285-1088 cell
asc.berkeley.edu



-----Original Message-----
From: Kim Carl

Does anyone have experience - good or bad - with outside Windows
hosting environments?
We are looking to migrate sites that use MS Access as a data source. (I
know, migrate these to MySql.  In the plan, but not for the moment.)

Thanks.
Kim Carl


 
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