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ORCS Web Successfully Launches Visual Studio 2010 and Web Deployment Tool Beta Program

ORCS Web, Inc., a specialist in Microsoft Windows-based Internet hosting solutions for businesses, has created a robust Visual Studio 2010 and Web Deployment Tool Beta Program alongside Microsoft. The trial program, offered for a limited time, allows developers to create a complimentary hosting account to test product features and then provide feedback to Microsoft and ORCS Web on their respective solutions.

While this program is not designed for production hosting, it allows developers to gain familiarity with the Microsoft Web Deployment Tool (MSDeploy), which is an impressive new technology allowing rapid and secure Web site deployment. Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2010 delivers tooling and framework support for the latest innovations in application architecture and development, including the extension of development to cloud computing and the ability to easily construct applications that simultaneously utilize the latest multi-core hardware.

ORCS Web’s beta hosting program utilizes the ASP.NET 4.0 trial environment and boasts 200 MB of Web space, 100 MB of SQL Server 2008 space for accounts as well as the exceptional client support and service delivery for which ORCS Web is known worldwide. For additional resources and information or to sign up for this program, please visit http://www.orcsweb.com/hosting/vs2010beta.aspx.

“As a hosting provider catering exclusively to businesses utilizing Microsoft platforms, we are excited to launch the Visual Studio 2010 beta program and offer our specialized services to support the analysis of next generation of Web application packaging,” said Brad Kingsley, president and chief executive officer of ORCS Web. “We are already receiving a growing number of sign-ups at our site and anticipate many more as developers seek to assess the enhanced features of this highly-anticipated release.”

Please visit http://weblogs.asp.net/owscott/ for blog updates on the Visual Studio 2010 and Web Deployment Tool Beta Program from Scott Forsyth, ORCS Web’s director of information technology.

About ORCS Web, Inc.

ORCS Web, Inc. is a Charlotte, N.C.-based Web hosting firm that has provided managed hosting solutions since 1996 for clients located in 70+ countries that develop and deploy applications on Microsoft Windows® platforms. Services include shared, dedicated and webfarm hosting, with specialty in ASP.NET, SQL Server, and architecting highly scalable solutions. ORCS Web’s dedication to being number one in customer service offers an unrivaled Windows Web hosting experience. ORCS Web is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. For more information, visit http://www.orcsweb.com.

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