The PureBlog

Friday, March 28, 2008 - 08:34

The domain yourdomain.domain (account) is about to exceed their bandwidth limit (X/X Megs)

The above is probably a pretty familiar email subject to some of our clients. In the past the cPanel servers would auto-notify both the client and our support team whenever an account had exceeded 80% of their monthly bandwidth allowance in a month. It's not uncommon for us to see this warning emails start rolling in towards the end of the month for a number of accounts.

Monday, February 4, 2008 - 08:43

In the two and a half weeks since we deployed PHP5 as an option for all clients, we've received only a handful of tickets regarding script compatibility with PHP5, all of which have been resolved at this time. Most of the issues that turned up involved needs/desires for a specific php5 module that we missed in the initial upgrade process.

As the upgrade appears to have gone smoothly thus far, The transition to using PHP5 as the default for all *.php files was performed this morning. At this time, all *.php scripts are now running under the PHP5 system across all servers.

Friday, December 7, 2007 - 21:05

"Technological change is like an axe in the hands of a pathological criminal." --- Albert Einstein

The current (well, the "old system" if your reading this) Pure Energy Systems website / management system was originally conceived many many moons years ago, during the earliest days of planning what would become the current incarnation Pure Energy Systems. At the time coding began on the actual system we had a rough outline of what we wanted the system to do, and what functionality it was going to need; the list looked something like this:

Tuesday, December 4, 2007 - 15:16

One of the ideas we're pushing extremely hard with the new site here is enhancing communication and obtaining feedback; basically pushing the client-interaction idea as far as we can. To that end one of things we're implementing here is the PureBlog; a way to communicate ideas to our clients and hopefully get feedback/comments back from them as well.