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Uniweld Plans For A Webserver Upgrade To Increase Website Speeds & Stability For Users

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Uniwelds increased web presence & user base throughout the past year has prompted the company to upgrade their webserver to a more modern and powerful machine.

Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PRWEB) August 22, 2014

Throughout the past year, the increase in visitor traffic to Uniweld.com have been quite notable. Since early 2014, Uniwelds website traffic has nearly tripled and continues to rise, prompting Uniwelds IT team to improve the companys web-hosting.

Chris Hebert, Uniwelds Website Manager explains that, The new Server is not only going to make Uniwelds website much more reliable, its going to allow users to navigate pages and download content faster than ever. The ability for all of our users to navigate and explore Uniweld's website more quickly and efficiently is certainly a progressive step forward for the companys web presence.

Uniwelds IT Manager, Charles Witt, also noted that the server upgrade is needed to accommodate greater web traffic, websites language translation capabilities, and overall page and image load times. Uniweld feels this is money well spent, because this ensures our users have a much better experience when accessing the resources available on our website and learning about our product offerings.

Uniwelds server upgrade is scheduled for maintenance on the night August 31, 2014; thus ensuring that the new server is completely implemented and available for use on September 1, 2014.

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