How Volunteering at Lunapads Turned Into a Canucks Win

This post isn't exactly about our Canucks winning but please read on, this is about success and community. Last fall during one of the Social Media Week panels, I had the opportunity to indirectly meet the two co-founders of Lunapads but it wasn’t actually until a few weeks later that we had the chance to bring our initial meetup offline. As previously blogged, meeting offline is important to further relationships with people in our local community. During EastVanLove, one of the two co-founders, Suzanne (on Twitter at @Luna_gal) was able to promote her own fundraiser for their trip to Ugan...
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EastVanLove Brings Community and Non Profit Organizations Together

As a member of the Vancouver community, our team members enjoy taking time to connect with other locals to see what’s happening around town. As of late, one of our current community related endeavours has been to be more in touch with local non profit organizations to find out what they are currently doing and also, where they are going as we continue to grow our own corporate social responsibility efforts. We find that it’s important to be aware of the great work that is happening around us and in some cases, become an ongoing fan and supporter in certain causes like our recent post on our in...
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Ready or Not: Virtualization is Coming

As you might guess, we spend a lot of time looking at current marketing trends and what types of technologies and products our customers will need over the next 24 to 36 months.  Many of our customers at Canadian Web Hosting (www.canadianwebhosting.com) have seen our continued expansion into virtualization and cloud web hosting solutions.  While the reason for this are not difficult to understand, sometimes it can be helpful to see numbers and trends behind these decisions and to see where your competitors might be heading. In looking at these changes, the significant cost, power and effici...
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