[ISN] Moderator's note: We're changing hosts!

From: InfoSec News <alerts_at_private>
Date: Tue, 31 May 2011 04:13:19 -0500 (CDT)
May 31, 2011

Just a quick note, we're changing hosts from Steadfast Networks to 
Tegatai Phoenix.

You've probably noticed we've been running an ad for Tegatai since 
October, but if you never bothered to look...

Tegatai Phoenix delivers proactive information security, datacenter, and 
cloud computing solutions for enterprises, corporations and governments. 
Tegatai Phoenix’s IT infrastructure and security solutions are the 
result of years of experience and address many key concerns of CIOs, 
CSOs, and IT and risk management decision makers. Tegatai Phoenix 
provides military-grade security, enabling its clients to reduce IT and 
security costs through consolidation, virtualization and the Tegatai 
Cloud with secure public, private, or hybrid cloud services. Visit 
Tegatai Phoenix at: https://www.tegataiphoenix.com

Now I've been wanting to update the site for the last few months, and I 
think all of the content of the old and busted InfoSec News site has 
been SFTP'd to the new hotness at Tegatai Phoenix, anything I've missed 
will be copied over when I have physical possession of the server. I 
expect some things to slowly reemerge to the new site. The archives are 
a top priority, but I plan to eventually move from Hypermail to MHonArc 
which will fix longstanding RSS compatibility issues with a number of 

There is a new logo in the works, a new homepage, ideally we'll be able 
to break news over forwarding story leads to our friends in the ICT 
media community, (Don't worry, I'll still forward some leads your way!) 
the NEW InfoSec News site will be a destination security site that I 
hope many more of you will have bookmarked as your homepage.

DNS will be transfered over sometime on the 31st of May, ideally it 
should take 48 hours (but as you all well know) could take as long as 
five days to totally update around the globe.

Thanks for your understanding and continued support!


William Knowles 
InfoSec News 

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Received on Tue May 31 2011 - 02:13:19 PDT

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