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  • Security Issues in UNIX and Windows Hosting

    Most people have heard the statements claiming that UNIX hosting is more secure than Windows hosting, but what are the real differences? Are these issues that you need to worry about for your web site?
    By Michele McDonough January 15, 2009 

  • UNIX vs. Windows Hosting: An Introduction

    Are you still trying to decide between Windows and UNIX hosting options? We’ll take a look at a few of the things that should be considered before making this decision and discuss the advantages associated with choosing a Windows hosting option...
    By Michele McDonough January 8, 2009 

  • Share Your Desktop with TeamViewer

    If you’re worried that a desktop sharing program might be too complicated for you or for the person you want to share your desktop with, check out TeamViewer. Not only is it easy to install and operate, it’s also free for personal use.
    By Michele McDonough December 31, 2008 


  • 5 Best FTP Clients

    FTP file access is becoming more common as computer users develop their own sites. FTP gives you the kind of access and control that you need and is better than the beginner tools most website hosting companies give you. Here is a look at the best FTP...
    By Brian Nelson December 31, 2008 

  • Microsoft Versus Google - The Battle Lines Are SO Expanding

    The headlines scream from the rooftops that Google's Chrome browser is a shot at the heart of Microsoft. And, they're missing the point! It's a shot alright, but it isn't what you think.
    By Brian Nelson December 31, 2008 

  • Google versus Microsoft - Google's Strategic Battle Plan - Part 1

    "The good guys, that's us, chase the bad guys, and they don't always wear black hats." - Col. Davoe, The Peacemaker. Google isn't wearing a black hat, but does that make them the good guys? Does it matter?...
    By Brian Nelson December 31, 2008 


  • Microsoft Versus Google - Microsoft's Strategic Battle Plan

    "When you get served, and then you dance back, then it's on. Don't you kids know anything?" - Chef, Southpark. ----- Google complained when Microsoft put MSN in as the default search engine in IE 7.0. Google released...
    By Brian Nelson December 31, 2008 

  • Microsoft versus Google - The Battle Lines Are Ever Expanding

    In this corner in the blue, yellow, red, and green trunks weighing in at a 90% desktop operating system share is Miiiiiicroooooosoooffftttt! And in the other corner in the white trunks with blue links with a two-thirds search share is Gooooooooglllllllllle!
    By Brian Nelson December 31, 2008 

  • Google versus Microsoft - Google's Strategic Battle Plan - Part 2

    Toppling a giant isn't easy. The head on approach is often messy for both parties, even if you emerge victorious. Google's main line of attack at Microsoft's dominance has also been its least headline grabbing.
    By Brian Nelson December 31, 2008 

  • Microsoft Versus Google - Microsoft Battle Plan - Part 2

    The Clash of the Titans had the Kracken. The Microsoft versus Google Battle has, um...well, no mythical creatures (yet), but it does have some fierce strategy. Here is the Microsoft plan for domination.
    By Brian Nelson December 31, 2008 
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