Giveaway $500 Worth of Cloud Hosting from Rackspace

Written by Kevin Liew on 09 May 2012
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Today, we are giving away an amazing USD$500 worth of cloud hosting from Rackspace to 1 very lucky winner. So what's cloud hosting? Cloud hosting is a perfect solution for creatives, developers and just about anybody who need quick reliable hosting, that is scalable at a moment’s notice and enables you to serve your content to your viewers at high speeds.

About Rackspace

Here's a little bit more about Rackspace: Rackspace Hosting is the service leader in cloud computing and a founder of OpenStack, the open source cloud operating system. Rackspace provides Fanatical Support to its customers, across a portfolio of IT services, including managed hosting and Cloud Computing. The company was also positioned in the Leaders Quadrant by Gartner Inc. in the "2011 Magic Quadrant for Managed Hosting".

What do you get

USD$500 worth of cloud hosting

How Can You Participate

  • Follow Queness and Rackspace UK's Twitter Accounts
  • Tweet this: Awesome Giveaway USD$500 Cloud Hosting from @rackspaceemea and @quenesswebblog
  • Add a comment on this post before May 23rd, 2012 along with your twitter ID and valid email address


Congratulation to our lucky winner - Stfan @k1922h, you have chosen by rackspace for this awesome prize!

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Prayag Verma 12 years ago
Entered , hope that the most deserving of us wins it

dezebo 12 years ago
Great post, I think that it definitely goes to what type of engagement you want from your users.
İlker Koç 12 years ago
Masoud 12 years ago
Daniel H 12 years ago
Wow, this is an awesome giveaway! Big kudos to Mr. Liew and the Rackspace team.

Here's my tweet:!/DanielH451
Jonathan Barrocan 12 years ago
cloud computing 11 years ago
As more and more companies are providing hosting services, which means more job opportunities for young generation.
Dave. Butler 10 years ago
Useful for jig saw puzzles for the grand kids