Virtual Appliance FAQs

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Q: What is a computing appliance? A: According to various sources on the Internet, a ‘computing appliance’ is a class of computer product which is designed with a specific function in mind and has limits on the ability to be configured beyond that specific function. There are three forms of computer appliances currently in common … Continue reading Virtual Appliance FAQs

VMware Announces Pre-Order Availability and Pricing of VMware Fusion for Mac Users

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Combines Mac User Interface with Industry-leading Virtualization Technology and Introduces Unity Feature for Seamless Windows Application Integration PALO ALTO, Calif., June 12, 2007 —VMware, Inc., the global leader in software for industry-standard virtualized desktops and servers, today announced pre-order availability and pricing for VMware Fusion, which enables Mac users to simultaneously run Mac, Windows, Linux, … Continue reading VMware Announces Pre-Order Availability and Pricing of VMware Fusion for Mac Users

VMware Workstation Named the Best Software Development Product

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Industry-leading Desktop Virtualization Software Wins 2007 Visual Studio Magazine Readers’ Choice Award PALO ALTO, Calif., June 18, 2007 — VMware, Inc., the global leader in software for industry-standard virtualized desktops and servers, today announced that VMware Workstation has won the 2007 Visual Studio Magazine Readers’ Choice Award in the Development Tools category. Winners were announced … Continue reading VMware Workstation Named the Best Software Development Product

How to report on users & groups in Active Directory domains

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NET USERS /DOMAIN >USERS.TXT This command will return the user accounts from the Primary Domain Controller (PDC) of the current domain, and write them to a file called USER.TXT NET ACCOUNTS /DOMAIN >ACCOUNTS.TXT This command will return the account policy information from the PDC of the current domain, and write it to a file called … Continue reading How to report on users & groups in Active Directory domains

Domin name aftermarket report released

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According to independent domain name research company, Zetetic, eight firms dominate the domain name aftermarket. While private sales account for the vast majority of the US$111 million domain resale market (more than 24 percent), eight exchanges or brokers compete for dominance while domain valuations skyrocket. Keith Pieper, Senior Analyst at Zetetic remarked, ”Private transactions are … Continue reading Domin name aftermarket report released

How two Boston entrepreneurs are making millions from names as simple as chocolate.com

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The fact that Andrew Miller and Michael Zapolin don’t speak German was never a problem, until the two Internet investors decided to buy the domain name “choco-late.com.” The owner, a man in Germany who didn’t speak English, was content to paper the site with ads for chocolate companies and collect pocket change whenever someone clicked … Continue reading How two Boston entrepreneurs are making millions from names as simple as chocolate.com

Multi-Million Dollar Domain Name Auction Comes to New York at the Inaugural T.R.A.F.F.I.C. NYC 2007

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POMPANO BEACH, Fla., June 11 /PRNewswire/ — After selling more than U.S. $5.5 million in premium domain names at T.R.A.F.F.I.C. West in Las Vegas in March 2007, Moniker.com, the first and only provider of Domain Asset Management(TM), announced today that its next Live Domain Auction will be held at T.R.A.F.F.I.C. NYC 2007 on Thursday, June … Continue reading Multi-Million Dollar Domain Name Auction Comes to New York at the Inaugural T.R.A.F.F.I.C. NYC 2007

Email builds trust

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Most small businesses rely on two things: Repeat Customers/Visitors & Referrals …both of which come from earning the trust of your potential clients. No matter whether you market big-ticket items like automobiles, or small items like candles or cookies, you probably rely heavily on one of those things to sustain and grow your business. Collecting … Continue reading Email builds trust