By Ralph Eck on Aug, 07, 2013
Websites are standard fare for almost all organizations nowadays. Web applications (webapps) provide web-based services at a lower cost than the same human-provided service. Cell phone applications (mobile apps) are increasing at a staggering rate, so much so that users sometimes judge a cell phone by how many apps are available for it. Creating and maintaining these… Read the full post
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By Ralph Eck on Jun, 24, 2013
It would be a big challenge today to find a business that does not rely on computer technology. Even the smallest of businesses require this and the vast majority of businesses moves well beyond that simple level and establish their own networks. Doing this allows; streamlining operations, enhanced communications, shared data storage, consolidated reporting… Read the full post
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By Joseph Parkton on Jun, 08, 2012
In our last tutorial we covered the basics of how to install and configure a LAMP stack running Linux, Apache HTTP server, MySQL, and PHP. Now what is the next step? In this next tutorial we will be learning how to set up and configure a DNS server. A DNS server is how we are… Read the full post
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By Irina Tihova on May, 16, 2012
In our previous articles, Introduction to SQL Server 2012 and Windows Azure Overview, we made references to Microsoft’s SQL Azure service. In this article we will take a closer look at its main features in more detail. SQL Azure is a relational database solution with the capability to support both Windows Azure and on-premise applications with minimum… Read the full post
By Irina Tihova on May, 08, 2012
In our previous article, SQL Server 2008 Overview, we looked over the different features that the Microsoft SQL Server provides. In this article we will focus on the new and advanced features of the latest SQL Server release – SQL Server 2012. They include, but are not limited to, the new High Availability solution AlwaysOn, improved… Read the full post
By Irina Tihova on Apr, 24, 2012
MS SQL Server is Microsoft’s product for delivering database functionality. It is used for storing and retrieving information from different applications. It is considered a relational database server and uses T-SQL and ANSI SQL for querying languages. In this article we will focus on the 2008 edition. This is available in 6 different editions as… Read the full post