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3

We are  thrilled to announce that Netcetera is once again ranked in the top 10 the most reliable hosting  companies for May, as ranked by Netcraft

Netcraft May 2015

Netcetera offer an SLA-backed 99.9% uptime guarantee on its services, and exceeds this promise on its own site, with an uptime of 99.98% over the previous year and 99.96% over ten years. The company offers dedicated, managed and colocation solutions based from a Datacentre on the Isle of Man. Amongst other features, the Datacentre is carbon neutral, achieved via a combination of  offsetting and energy-saving technologies.

From a customer’s perspective, the percentage of failed requests is very important and for this reason to give a clear indication of reliability of routing, the ranking is measured by a table of fewest failed requests, rather than periods of outage.

Netcraft measures and makes available the response times of approximately forty leading Hosting providers sites. The performance measurements are calculated at fifteen minute intervals from different points around the internet, and averages are calculated over the immediately preceding 24 hour period.

Netcetera was formed in 1996 and today is one of Europe’s leading Web Hosting service providers, offering a full range of products, from a basic hosting service catering to individuals who need to host a single website, to large companies who require more complicated setups using, for example a Cloud Server or a Dedicated Server. Whatever your Hosting requirements, our range of Managed hosting options will provide you with a solution, and our UK based Hosting packages can help create a professional backbone for your online business.

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Oct
2
Netcetera Have Teamed Up with Bugscore 360
Posted by David on 02 October 2014 08:24 PM

Netcetera are delighted to announce that we have teamed up
with Bugscore 360, a web-based software that allows your company’s employees to score each other in real-time.

What is a 360 Review?

If you have a team (small or massive) and you want to optimize and monitor their performance and see how they compare, you would conduct a 360 review. This full circle, 360 review provides feedback from peers, superiors, subordinates, customers and suppliers and helps the employee and management better understand their strengths and weaknesses: Great for coaching employees toward better performance, determining bonuses and promotions.

Problem

Most 360 review systems use surveys that take too long, or they are qualitative and hard to tally, and there is no real-time feedback (helps your organization “self-correct”).  Until now…

Introducing

NetceteraBugscore 360, The World’s First Real-Time 360 Review Scoring System. Bugscore 360 is brought to you by the same group that produced Bugscore, the world’s #1 scoring application used to score over 37,000 businesses, 2,423 companies, 92,360 products by over 400,000 people.

Reasons to Buy

There are FIVE main reasons to consider Bugscore 360:

  • Quick to complete, real-time or scheduled (90% quicker to complete which means you can use it more frequently)
  • Produces qualitative and quantitative results (world’s ONLY real-time scoring)
  • Provides direct and frequent real-time feedback (see scores in seconds)
  • Easy to monitor over time – track improvements (big data insights others cannot show)
  • Can change culture and increase performance

There’s a lot more, but watch the short but exciting video to see how to do a 360 review with Bugscore 360.

Pricing

Bugscore 360 cost from $1.00 to $5.00 per month per employee for 360 reviews any time, dramatically less than alternatives.

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