SinoHosting acquires HostMacau customer base

SinoHosting has just announced that it has acquired HostMacau customer base. By acquiring the #1 hosting company in Macau and adding Macau as a new Greater China region location, SinoHosting solidifies its position as the leading web hosting company in China. SinoHosting is also offering six months of free hosting on all new orders on …

How to host a website in China, as a non-resident?

China is bound to become the largest economy in the world, and companies of all sizes from around the world have or are planning to sell their products or offer their services to Chinese consumers and businesses. The Great Firewall severely restricts access to overseas websites in China, either by blocking them, or by making …

Do you really need to host a website in China when targeting Chinese users?

One question we are often asked is whether it is really needed to host a website in China when targeting visitors, clients or in general users from mainland China? The reply is yes and no. China is today the second largest economy in the world and many Western companies are involved with China in a …

HostMacau, first cPanel host in Macau

We would all agree that Macau is more known for its casinos than being an IT hub. Things might start to change now with HostMacau.com, which provides cPanel hosting for companies and entrepreneurs in Macau. HostMacau.com is a brand of Cycom Hong Kong Limited , a web hosting group which owns 11 hosting brands accross the …

Alibaba acquires Hichina

Alibaba.com, the company most known for its B2B site but also Taobao.com and Alipay.com, has acquired 85% of Hichina, one of the top domain registrars and web hosting providers in mainland China. For more details please check the following link: http://storage.digitalmedianet.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=942003

Crackdown on the Internet in China

Since the following of this month there has been an increased pressure over the internet and web hosting in mainland China. There are two main aspects on the crackdown: 1-Web sites with illegal contents, i.e. adult contents/porn, political related, drugs and other subjects that are prohibited in China. Online forums and blogs are being shut …