At Leaseweb we believe that innovation drives everything we do – so to be recognized by Gartner as a “Visionary” in its June 2013 Magic Quadrant for European Managed Hosting* is something that makes everyone here happy. According to Gartner, Visionaries have an ‘early-mover’ advantage in providing cloud services as well as road maps that may […]
Articles by Ruud Mous (Managing Director LeaseWeb Netherlands B.V.)
About a year ago we acquired the German hosting company Netdirekt, and with the anniversary approaching we decided to check-in with our German customers to get their feedback on our services. One of the most important things Leaseweb tries to achieve is fostering relationships with our clients. By listening to them, we can better understand […]
Setting up hosting services in ‘foreign’ territory isn’t something that you can set up in a day, not even if you’re already an international hosting provider. Step-by-step you build up your business, paying attention to your customers’ demands and evolving your proposition accordingly. At Leaseweb, this process became a large ‘behind the scenes’ project we […]
To mark the 15th anniversary our offering Windows based dedicated servers, Leaseweb and Leaseweb partner Microsoft recently offered a 50% discount on the cost of all Windows Server licenses, with the order of any new Leaseweb server. This Microsoft Windows Server license discount would continue as long as the customer kept the server with Leaseweb.
At the end of 2010, Leaseweb acquired German hosting company netdirekt, expanding our range of products into the DACH (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland) markets. To keep disruption to a minimum for our customers, we have been running the two companys’ systems in parallel over the past few months, including the websites.
Leaseweb is entering its 15th year of selling Windows based hosting in its Netherlands datacenters. In fact – the first 7 servers that Leaseweb hosted were Windows servers. Now, years later there are tens of thousands of servers in the Leaseweb facilities stretched across multiple datacenters throughout the world.