Green Bay Bridge Has “Dip”; Closed Indefinitely

Green Bay Bridge Has “Dip”; Closed Indefinitely

By Brian Powell September 26, 2013

At 5:30 AM Wednesday, a 911 dispatcher in Wisconsin received a call from a motorist in which he reported that “There’s a part that’s sagging,” referring to a section of the Leo Frigo Bridge. Another caller would add even more …

Relevancy Chagnes at MSN, Yahoo, & Maybe Google

MSN Search Update

MSN announced they are upgrading relevancy and coverage. The increased coverage likely means that more inbound link sources are getting indexed. From looking at rankings of a few of my sites it looks like:

Cutts: PageRank Zero Problem Fixed

Reach for your copy of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and press the DON’T PANIC! button; the problem with some sites seeing a zero PageRank after Google’s latest update should be corrected by now.

Cutts Releases Infrastructure Status Report

Matt Cutts has given the infrastructure report of the current month. The quarterly PageRank export is on its way.

$100 Laptops Face Hurdles

M.I.T lit up the world when it announced its massively philanthropic One Laptop Per Child program (OLPC) with the aim of putting $100 laptop computers into the hands of the poorest children on Earth. And no one is blaming them, but despite all noble intentions, skeptics are saying project leader Nicholas Negroponte is putting the cart before the horse.

New Database Packs From Sun/Oracle Resellers

Sun Microsystems and Oracle have announced the availability of new Database Packs from Sun/Oracle joint resellers.

Mueller: Our National Infrastructure Is A Soft Target

Speaking at the InfraGard 2005 conference in Washington DC, FBI Director Robert Mueller asked attendees to share information when attackers hit their firms.

The Four Ps of Selling Enterprise Infrastructure

Despite pockets of accelerating growth, enterprises overall aren’t buying as much as infrastructure vendors projected.

U.K. Facing Asian Trojan Attack

Businesses in the U.K. face a sophisticated series of targeted Trojan e-mail attacks originating from somewhere in Asia.

Microsoft Building RFID Infrastructure

The company discussed the use of the .NET Framework, SQL Server, and Visual Studio .NET to enable effective RFID deployment.

IBM Expands On Demand Service
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IBM is expanding its on demand service centers in North America, Europe and Asia to help meet growing marketplace demand.

Amazon Selects UltraDNS to Optimize Website Infrastructure

UltraDNS today announced that it will provide its Managed DNS Service to help optimize Amazon Web site infrastructure.

Offshore Outsourcing of IT Infrastructure Management to Be the Next Big Wave

Offshore outsourcing of IT infrastructure management is likely to be the next big wave, according to results of a survey conducted by Wipro Technologies recently.

Valassis Signs on Everdream to Manage IT infrastructure

Leading Producer of Advertising Inserts and Promotional Products Chooses Everdream for Asset Management, Patch Management and Software Distribution Services.