CHARLOTTE, N.C. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — ORCS Web is pleased to announce it is supporting Microsoft’s SQL Server 2008 as of August 6, the first day of its release. This is possible through ORCS Web’s close working relationship with Microsoft, which has enabled extensive testing by the ORCS Web technical team since 2007, including beta-level client sites for several months.
ORCS Web’s web hosting customers who are currently running SQL Server 2005 can be upgraded free of charge, with the transition managed through cooperation with individual site administrators to ensure a smooth migration. All new servers will support SQL Server 2008.
Existing ORCS Web customers should email email@example.com to request a new SQL Server 2008 database or a copy of their existing database running SQL Server 2008. New customers should contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the company’s website at www.orcsweb.com for information on the range of web hosting solutions that will best meet their needs.
SQL Server 2008, Microsoft’s next-generation database software, delivers a platform that allows users to build an application with increased performance, availability, and security while providing many new tools to manage the server and its resources. Among the many enhancements offered in this groundbreaking release are scalability up to 20 terabytes, accessibility from Microsoft Office applications, and support for structured and unstructured documents such as images and music.
About ORCS Web
ORCS Web is a Charlotte-based web hosting firm that has provided managed hosting solutions since 1996 for clients in more than 70 countries who develop and deploy their applications on Microsoft Windows platforms. Services include shared hosting, dedicated hosting, and webfarm hosting, with specialty in ASP.NET, SQL Server, and architecting highly scalable solutions. ORCS Web’s dedication to being Number One in customer service offers an Unrivaled Windows Web Hosting Experience. ORCS Web is a Gold Certified Microsoft Partner.
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