The Year 2000.

Posted at August 2, 2016 at 7:52 pm by Stacey Talieres

Change is an inevitable part of any process. The occurrence of change is not only limited to people, but business as well. Many are opposed to the notion of altering different facets of their lives or functions of a business. The common cliché that exists out there against any change is, “if its not broken do not fix it”. The fear of uncertainty that comes with change is all to familiar, however it is a bad business practice to ignore it. Refusing to adapt will leave your company strategically and operationally limited.

Since 1999, a lot has changed not only in the world, but also here at InterServer. In the past 17 years, a lot has changed in terms of the types of technology that exist. As seen in the archived image below of our website from 2000, the technologies that were new or standard at the time included PHP and T1 connectivity. It is incredible to think that we had begun just at the beginning of Web 2.0, the turn of the century, and even Y2K was a impending concern.

 

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As the years kept moving along, it behooved us to make sure that we kept up with the existing technologies in order to meet our clients demands. At InterServer we offer a wide array of products that we did not offer back in 1999. We offer the best products to meet the needs of an individual freelancer to a Fortune 500 company. With the customer’s needs in mind, we are always ready to adapt to their requirements when it comes to technological advances

With all these changes, many would believe that we have had to sacrifice our core principles and beliefs. However, we can attest to the fact that those goals have not and will not change. We will never budge on our core principles that include outstanding service and support. Our team will always be dedicated to offer the best security, reliability, and technical expertise in the industry. We always work around the clock, 365 days of the years to make sure that your business never skips a beat.

InterServer was built upon a vision led by Mike Lavrik and John Quaglieri. They built their dream around the belief of having the best service at the right price. This common goal, imagined by the two, has led to the growth and success of InterServer. Technology will continue to evolve around us, however it has never and will never change our core values and principles. As we look towards the future our mission remains to provide the best web hosting experience in the industry.

As you can see in the past decade, InterServer has undergone countless of changes. We have come a long way from our humble beginnings…

 

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