Monthly Archives: November 2010

Cloud Business: The Operation Without An Office

For the first time in history an entrepreneur can start a business and never have an office. There’s no need to pay rent, shop for furniture, spend loads of money on software and hardware, concern yourself with server security, or … Continue reading

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Types Of Cloud Marketing

A new concept that is starting to catch on is a concept called cloud marketing. I’ve already seen at least two companies that specialize in cloud marketing specifically. So what is it? Cloud marketing, as defined by one provider, is … Continue reading

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Where To Go For Free Programming Help

Have you ever been stuck in the middle of a programming project and wasn’t quite sure how to proceed from your current spot? You took a break, thought about it, played around with code for several hours, sought like crazy … Continue reading

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Cloud Security Isn’t Hard To Achieve

One of the criticisms against cloud hosting is that it isn’t as secure as shared hosting. That’s debatable, but let’s assume that it’s true. It doesn’t have to be that way. First, cloud security should be a separate application from … Continue reading

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Flexible, Scalable, Incredible Computing

Cloud computing is beginning to reach an age where even the smallest of companies can benefit. It is no longer in the domain of large companies with large IT departments. And that’s good news. The two most talked about characteristics … Continue reading

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Why Hosting Is Due For A Change

It’s pretty clear that the dominant hosting company today is that web host that features pretty, scantily clad girls on Superbowl commercials. You think that marketing plan is working? I think so too, but it won’t work for long. Today’s … Continue reading

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Where Do You Go For Great ASP Tutorials?

ASP.NET is a Microsoft web application framework that allows developers to build dynamic websites, web applications, and web services. It’s a powerful programming language and it’s quite versatile. .NET pages are typically called web forms, a unique terminology for web … Continue reading

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Are You Wandering Around In The Cloud?

Cloud computing does not have to be confusing. If you are wandering around trying to figure out where to start or just what it’s all about, let’s end the confusion now. Cloud computing is simply doing business over the Internet. … Continue reading

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How To Create User Controls In C#

Everyone likes a good tutorial. Today we’re going to get into (a little bit) C# and how to create user controls in Visual Web Developer 2010. In addition to Visual Web Developer 2010, or Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, you’ll need … Continue reading

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10 Reasons To Get On The Virtualization Bandwagon

Virtualization is still relatively new. But it’s fun and effective. Let’s define it. About.com defines it this way: Virtualization is a technique for hiding the physical characteristics of computing resources to simplify the way in which other systems, applications, or … Continue reading

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