On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 18:20:29 +0100, AJ McKee <aj.mckee at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've hosted several large sites in remote DC's in France and Germany.
> Found both to be excellent. Connectivity is second to none in both
"The biggest thing you need however is a remote access
card or some sort of networked KVM switch. Will save you a lot of
hassle in the long run."
I dont understand - can you clarify? what/why?
> Only problem being one of communication so maybe pick up a few words
> of the language if you can. Find a reputable host in the target
> country and perhaps talk to the LUG there to seek their advice.
Currently im sizing up hosteurope.de, I speak german.
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