Mi9/ninemsn extends partnership with Hostworks
- 16 July, 2013 10:56
Content portal, Mi9/ninemsn, has extended its partnership with hosting provider, Hostworks.
Mi9 chief technology officer, Damian Cronan, said the partnership, which has already existed for 14 years, will be extended for another three years.
“Mi9/ninemsn has been working with Hostworks for well over a decade now,” said.
“Their reliability when it comes to meeting our fast moving media demands and their application management systems ensure our needs are met."
Mi9/ninemsn relies on Hostworks for application management, hosting and content management services for local sites such as The Australian’s Women’s Weekly, A Current Affair and Wide World of Sports.
Cronan said that the flexibility of Hostworks computing platforms is enabling the content provider to meet the growing need of Mi9's portfolio, which consists of over 80 leading Australian brands.
“I am confident that with a partner like Hostworks we can deliver on creating, amplifying and delivering digital ideas for our advertising clients that connect with their customers,” he said.
Hostworks’ continued partnership with Mi9/ninemsn means that the hosting provider maintains seven of the ten largest web sites in Australia.
Patrick Budmar covers consumer and enterprise technology breaking news for IDG Communications. Follow Patrick on Twitter at @patrick_budmar.
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