Total Server Solutions Buys Its Second Web Host in Three Months: Hands-On Web Hosting

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Following its November acquisition of cloud and VPS hosting provider Front Range Hosting, Total Server Solutions has acquired Hands-On Web Hosting, in a move that will add key staff and clients from Hands-On to Total Server Solutions.

According to Atlanta-based Total Server Solutions, “The product options and levels of service provided by Hands-On staff members aligned well with Total Server Solutions operational capabilities.”

Hands-On’s products and services will gradually merge with Total Server Solutions’ offerings to provide customers better choice and maintain high service levels. Total Server Solutions COO Emerson Nogueira said in a statement, “The influx of expertise from Hands-On provides a great boost to our already top-notch technical team here at Total Server Solutions. The result of the incoming technicians is an increased pool of talent which our customers can draw upon.”

Total Server Solutions is working with Hands-On customers to migrate their accounts, data, and entire servers over to Total Server Solutions, which the company said has usually resulted in significantly better server specs for customers.

Hands-On will be joining the Total Server Solutions family of brands which include EWD Hosting and colocation services provider COLO@. Hands-On customers will have access to the world-class infrastructure and facilities of these brands.

In November 2013, Total Server Solutions completed the acquisition of Front Range Hosting, which is currently transitioning to Total Server Solutions’ WireSix brand.


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David Hamilton is a technology journalist and Contributing Editor of the WHIR. Based in Toronto, David has covered the hosting industry internationally for the WHIR with particular attention to innovative hosting solutions and the issues facing the industry. He has written for the National Post and other news outlets, and is a graduate of Queen’s University and the Humber College School of Media Studies.

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