Healdsburg, CA (PRWEB) July 30, 2008
In a case of corporate hypersensitivity, ArmoryAirbrush.com was attacked by a large corporation who sent cease and desist letters to an uncaring host, who pulled the plug before investigating the veracity of the claim, leading to lost revenue for a baseless charge.
"CDGlobal Networks has a policy of fully evaluating any claims made under DMCA and other theories of law, responding aggressively in support of our customers whenever possible" says Benjamin Cannon, President. "Our diverse clientele deserve and demand to be treated like human beings, and we stand behind them with every recourse available."
Launched by Cannon in 1994, CDglobal Networks has become the leader in the specialized market of highly available webforum hosting, and content delivery. "Judging by the number of businesses, members, and government entities we host, as well as their retention and referral rate, we have succeeded," Cannon continues. "Not to mention their demographics," he continues.
CDglobal Networks, headquartered in Healdsburg, CA, was created by forward-thinking businessmen in a time when the internet was in it's infancy, and currently boasts Fortune 100, and most branches of the US Armed Services, as clients. Through constant attention to the market and their clients, the company has been able to not only change with the times, but remain future based, poised to capture new markets even as they are being created.
"Our next project is going to bring transaction processing availability and scalability to the web-forum market." says Cannon. "Stay tuned."