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The Best Website Monitoring Services


Website Monitoring Services continuously monitor your websites for downtime and send email alerts as soon as your web server goes down or becomes slow and inaccessible. I recently did a small experiment to evaluate the reliability and response time...
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Draw Perfect Shapes using Dabbleboard


Dabbleboard is an awesome online whiteboard tools that turns your random mouse scribbles into perfect shapes. For instance, if you like to add a rectangle or oval on to the dashboard, just draw an approximate sketch with the mouse and Dabbleboard...
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Avoiding the Hidden Costs of Cloud Computing


George Lawton recently provided a post describing how "as with SOA, some development costs obscured by cloud computing." He extensively quotes iTKO’s John Michelsen and this is greatly appreciated. George writes that while cloud computing holds...
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Lawson's CEO Hates SaaS


A remarkable interview was published today on ZDnet, titled Lawson's CEO, Harry Debes, doesn't believe in software-as-a-service (SaaS). I find it just striking how the CEO of a major ERP company just doesn't think at all about what is good for his...
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Microsoft to Partners: We Still Don't Get SaaS


The on-premise titans trying to transition to on-demand face considerable challenges, well-documented in this blog and elsewhere. One of the most significant mistakes companies make trying to transition is pursuing a "hybrid" strategy. We've...
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For Internet Companies, Profits Are Inversely Prop


Internet companies are slowly beginning to realize that more eyeballs don't necessarily translate into more advertising dollars and what really matters is the location of these...
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