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A Fork By Any Other Name …

23 July, 2013 CloudCommunityContent ManagementDNNDotNetNukeEvoqHostingSoftwareTechnologyUncategorizedWindows

What is the Truth About DNN Evoq in the Azure Cloud?

(Last week PowerDNN published a hugely popular blog post that stirred up both cheers and jeers from the DNN community—and more than a few questions as well. Those questions and jeers deserved a response, and this is it.)

Our blog post last week—...

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DNN Evoq on Azure? Not So Fast …

17 July, 2013 CloudContent ManagementDNNDotNetNukeEvoqSoftwareTechnologyWindows

Five Things Everyone Should Know First

Microsoft has spent a ton of money and time on Azure and they have done a pretty good job of hijacking the term “the cloud” as well...

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Part 3 – Building Better Monitoring for DotNetNuke Servers

20 December, 2012 CloudContent ManagementDotNetNukeHostingSecuritySoftwareStabilityTechnology

This is Part 3 of a 4-part series on the construction and implementation of our new server monitoring service … included with all our Business and Enterprise server plans.

– Tony Valenti

Let the Sun Shine in … The Trials and Tribulations of SolarWinds

Once we finalized our SolarWinds purchase, we ...

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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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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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