PHP5? You betcha!

34SP.com offers PHP4 as standard, but for some time now we have been offering PHP5 through a CGI module (phpcgi). PHP5 brings several new exciting features. Mysqli is an advanced mysql extension (LINK). When...

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Thai buffet

We’ve blogged about the Pacific Chinese restaurant before. Another favourite is the Pacific Thai buffet. It’s on the floor above the Chinese restaurant and you enter through the same door. Once shown to your...

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Free UK transfers

We are pleased to announce that domain name transfers inward to 34SP.com are now free of charge for .uk domains. Take advantage of our first class support and low prices for domain hosting and...

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ASP hosting

After many years as a ‘non Microsoft shop’ continued demand has dictated we change that stance a little. In the next week or two we will be deploying our first Windows based hosting product,...

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Slight site change

Today you may have noticed the frontpage of our site has changed a little. We have reduced the graphic content in favour of more text and information. In the coming weeks and months as...

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Script Installation

Due to increasing demand we have deployed a free automated script installer for all users of 34SP.com hosting. We are looking to cover all the popular scripts (pending approval from their respective authors) such...

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Say hello to Olly

You may remember us advertising for a new team member a couple of months ago. Interviews were conducted and we’re pleased to introduce Olly to everyone. He’s been here a week so far and...

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34SP.com employment opportunity

34SP.com 34SP.com is a rapidly growing web hosting company based in central Manchester. Founded in 2000, 34SP.com now employs six full time staff. 34SP.com is a Limited VAT registered company. Salary £12,000 – £17,000...

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Personal account changes

In accordance with our terms and conditions we are issuing a 30 day notice to all personal hosting customers that prices will increase on 18th March 2006. Prices will rise by �2.95 per year...

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