MaximumASP Teams Up With Microsoft

MaximumASP Teams Up With Microsoft

By Doug Caverly June 9, 2006

A Kentucky-based business is going to be Microsoft’s first partner to offer free beta test accounts featuring Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 and Microsoft Windows Server “Longhorn” Beta 2. The company, MaximumASP, is a top provider of Windows-based hosting services.

Converting Flipchart Knowledge

Picture the scene. You’re running a workshop or seminar, or participating in one. It’s great, you’re with a really stimulating group of people.

Are Your Supply Chain Management Employees Thinking Domestic or Global?

Global supply chain management has emerged as a major topic in the age of globalization and now it is sitting at the heart of the whole system.

Business Blogging: Hills to Climb in Europe

Over half of the business executives in The Netherlands and Germany find blogging a mystery; and, although French executives are au fait,’ few of them are bloggers.

April Fool’s Joke Gone Awry?

Okay, so been sitting here thinking about Strumpette (no need to link), and the call I got from Brian Connolly … and just mulling it over to think over the whole thing.

Is Googlezon Possible?

Mahlon at BuyGoogle writes that, with their fresh stock offering money, Google could actually be in a position where acquiring Amazon isn’t the world’s craziest idea.

Google To Sell Over $2 Billion In New Shares

Google is going for another secondary public offering, the third time it is offering fresh shares to the public.

Podcasting for the Masses

Pete Cashmore reviews Evoca.

Pay Per Click in 2006 :The Latest News and Tactics
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There is probably no one who doubts that PPC is here for the long term. And while many dismissed PPC in the early days, it is clear, based on earnings reported by the search engines, that PPC is here to stay.

A Good, Free HR Publication and Employee Guide

This publication is focused on Canadian issues, however, it’s marketed to companies that have employee relations in Canada and US.

The New A List

Damn, I wish I hadn’t read blogs today. I took yesterday off. I might take the rest of the week off.

Vista Will Not Support EFI

Microsoft revealed at the Intel Developer Forum on Friday that no 32-bit Windows system would ever support Extensible Firmware Interface, dashing hopes that dual-booting Vista and Mac OS X would be a lot easier.

Open Source Geospatial on the hunt for a new logo

From the OSGeo Project… The Open Source Geospatial Foundation needs some creative minds to help us develop the “look” for OSGeo.

Interview with a Search Spammer

Chris Pirillo gets the goods on search engine spam with an interview of an anonymous “search spammer” at the New York Search Engine Strategies conference. The voice is decidedly European, possibly German – yes, it’s German.

Searching For Anonymity: Now, Its Personal

Until the four major US search engines were subpoenaed by the government, searcher anonymity and privacy was a yawn of concern for most, even if there were a few Paul Reveres out there. After complying with the order, though MSN and others promised no personally identifiable information was given, the slippery slope got a whole lot slicker.

NeoSEO, Optimization in The Emerging Search Sphere

About ten years ago my brother and I ventured to the Edge of the World. It is located a few hundred kilometers (120mi) northwest of Thunder Bay Ontario.

SES NY: Copyright In The Digital Age

The digital age brings with it a ton of legal questions, many of which have yet to be fully addressed by the courts. Much of this has to do with the lack of precedent and legislation, and sometimes judges’ reluctance to allow digital evidence. At SES NY, a team of legal experts was assembled to address all of these issues.