“Break into 2015” hosting special

Is 2015 the year you want to start a new business?
How about expanding your existing business?

Let MTIN help you with your web-site and hoisting needs. Everyone these days needs a web-site. Not everyone is on Facebook or Twitter. You need a web-site that is easily searchable and provides potential customers targeted information.

MTIN has a special until the end of the month. Our “break into 2015” special includes the following:
-Registration of your own .com or .biz domain name.
-Design of a single basic web page
-e-mail setup of your own customized address to go along with your domain
-1 Year of hosting
-4 free updates during that year (pricing, address, telephone, whatever changes)
-Search Engine registration
-Facebook & Twitter Integration

$350 one time
or
2 payments of $200
or
12 payments of $40

If you already have your own web-site we can probably save you money on your hosting bill.

Post Show Specials

MTIN is offering some post WISPAPALOOZA specials

-Dude monitoring Instance. Bring up your own external Dude service for monitoring your network.
$20 a month with a free setup ($400 value)

-Hosted Spam Filtering for 1 domain $12 per month. 99.99% accurate

-Backup DNS Services $10 per month.

These specials are good until Halloween. After that they expire.

News from the WEB – ISP Edition

http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/NewWave-Latest-ISP-to-Promise-1-Gbps-Speeds-130228
Add NewWave Communications
 to the growing list of ISPs large and small that are promising to soon offer 1 Gbps speeds — albeit to a tiny portion of their overall subscribers. The company has announced that they’re planning to offer 1 Gbps to a handful of rural markets starting next year

http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/California-Governor-Signs-Cell-Phone-Kill-Switch-Law-130207
California this week became the first state in the country to pass a law requiring that cell phones include so-called “kill switch” functionality to deter theft, enabled by default

http://venturebeat.com/2014/08/26/intel-reveals-worlds-smallest-wireless-modem-for-the-internet-of-things/
Intel is revealing what it calls the world’s smallest standalone wireless modem for connecting the Internet of things, or everyday things that are connected to the web like coffee machines that you can turn on with a mobile app.