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Top Tips To Protect Your Security Online

by Karl Sultana March 26, 2007
These are some of the most dangerous things you can do online. They are the most common methods people use to place themselves in danger on the Internet.

FAQs in Choosing a Content Management System (CMS)

by Monica corral lorica March 08, 2007
Content Management System aims to maintain and expand website easily. But there are still other web developers who don’t know much about CMS. Here are some of the frequently asked questions about CMS and their answers. These will help you decide whether or not you need a content management system.

Encountering Trojans on Your PC

by Teresa Stewart February 22, 2007
Nothing can guarantee the security of your computer 100%. However, you can continue to improve your computer's security and decrease the possibility of infection by consistently following these guidelines.

Is T1 Right for Your Business?

by Scott Pimental February 20, 2007
If you run ASP services, host e-mail servers or web servers, have over 20 people accessing the internet or use video on demand you should consider T1 access. While it is more expensive that DSL, T1 access is made to support the above applications.

Sugar CRM a New Roadmap to Commercial Open Source Technology

by Rakhi Chowdhary February 19, 2007
Sugar CRM is a commercial Open Source Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software for companies of all sizes, based on LAMP stack(Linux-OS; Apache-Web Server; MySQL-Database Server; PHP-Programming Language).

SharePoint 2007 New Feature Overview

by Jason Fortner February 12, 2007
Sharepoint 2007 is in Beta 2 now and is projected to be released at the beginning of the year but now is the time to start looking at the new features that SharePoint 2007 and WSS V3.0 will contain.

The Web of Tomorrow

by Jason OConnor February 05, 2007
Here's the likely future for the Web that is both wondrous and frightening at the same time.

Basics Of Lamp Development Are The Backbone Of The World Wide Web

by Andy West February 01, 2007
As long as there has been the Internet, there have been tools to help keep it running well. More times than not, those tools are the ones associated with Linux. Much of web development is based upon the system of LAMP development, which consists of Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. This system makes up better than two-thirds of all Internet servers.

How to Build the Semantic Web with Dublin Core

by Adriana Iordan January 30, 2007
How do we use Dublin core metadata and why? Read more about new metada elements and their importance in internet metadata resource.

Web-Based SMTP Server Monitoring?

by Lew Newlin January 26, 2007
Review of web-based SMTP server monitoring service, their differences, and how to select the best one for your company.

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