The Big Reveal

27 September, 2012 Content ManagementDotNetNukeEventHostingSoftware

As we step one week closer to DNN World 2012, PowerDNN reveals some more of our secrets.

Last week we told you that PowerDNN is using a racing theme to express our excitement for DotNetNuke 7. Now we are ready to share where that theme is taking us...

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Racing Towards DNN World 2012: Get Ready for DotNetNuke 7

19 September, 2012 CloudDotNetNukeHostingSocial MediaSoftware

Big News at DNN World 2012

PowerDNN is getting ready for DNN World 2012, the world’s largest global conference for the DotNetNuke community, this October 10-12 in Orlando, Florida...

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Welcome to the Age of Hardware

14 August, 2012 CloudDeviceDotNetNukeHardwareHostingTechnology

– Jeffrey J. Hardy

A few thoughts on the state of the technology
Back when I started writing about technology the drives were still floppy, windows were for light and ventilation, and Steve Jobs was still fired from Apple.  Back then, computer drives failed all the time...

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Windows Server 2012: What it will do for You and the World

10 August, 2012 DotNetNukeLinuxSoftwareTechnologyWindows

Since Windows Server 2012 was Released to Manufacturing (RTM) by Microsoft on August 1st, the internet has been buzzing with news and speculation about what this will mean for businesses, hosting companies, and those who want the best for their website...

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PowerDNN and DNN Corp Go Bi-Coastal with the Release of DotNetNuke 6.2

1 June, 2012 DeviceDotNetNukeHostingMobileSocial MediaSoftwareTechnology

The PowerDNN team is attending the DotNetNuke Partner conference in Northern California this week.  Yesterday, May 30th, Shaun Walker gave a presentation—streamed live over the internet to 600 virtual attendees—introducing the release of version DotNetNuke 6.2.

In just a few days PowerDNN is sponsor...

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Cloud Computing, PowerDNN’s view on the subject.

8 February, 2012 CloudDotNetNukeTechnology

History/Definition

Cloud computing is computation, software, data access, and storage services that do not require end-user knowledge of the physical location and configuration of the system that delivers the services...

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Told You So: Google walks on the dark side once again

1 February, 2012 CloudPowerTechnology

– Jeffrey J. Hardy

I have been sounding the skeptical alarms on Google for years (blog posts).  I have not been alone in this, of course.  But since Google has updated their privacy policy once again with, in my view, new and insidious flavors of digital tyranny it seems a good time to point out a...

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