Learn how to manage your Google Account emails and free up Google storage space.
Cloud is NOW everywhere. Not recently that it was possible to run a full WordPress blog or a CMS website directly from a Cloud based solution, as cloud were simply referred to as storage options only, say for example hosting only media and static files of your WordPress site, this limitation however have been lifted up far or more from many of the industry-leading cloud service providers. The good news is Cloud Computing now provides various resources to host your entire WordPress blog assets not only the static assets (like in CDN approach) – the WordPress blog entirely in the cloud – Google Cloud or the Amazon S3. Read our honest explanation of Cloud Computing if you’re haven’t already.
This article will guide thru utilizing Google Cloud Platform and Amazon S3 storage to run WordPress blog or site. Do note that, deploying WordPress blog directly onto the Google Cloud or S3 is a little bit tricky unlike with Windows Azure, or other supported Cloud services. Any WordPress or dynamic Websites and many CMS can be seamlessly deployed and run directly from cloud storage of Google & Amazon S3 with OblakSoft’s Yapixx. Link or freshly install your existing WordPress blog with Microsoft Azure Cloud, read our comprehensive guide.
ELMS (e-academy License Management System) is a popular Web-based management system thru which organization can manage their software licensing needs and make software available to the community members. ELMS Webstore is the one stop repository of the software applications where organizations store the softwares. Microsoft’s DreamSpark, the then MSDNAA (MSDN Academic Alliance) is a large user of ELMS which many academic institutes and students use today. Using ELMS account, students and academic staffs can download softwares and their license serial keys with ease, this model of software distribution and licensing solution is far better than the traditional ones.
No doubt WordPress is the number #1 publishing platform right now, and addressing your blog reader aptly is right at your arms – speed, contents & responsiveness. This articles, as a part of cloud computing application, covers a fundamental step by step guide to run WordPress or other popular CMS on Microsoft’s new cloud platform called Azure.
Once you are ready with a Windows Azure account that has the Windows Azure Web Sites feature enabled, you can complete this tutorial. So, with this information handy let’s proceed to create your WordPress based blog on the cloud or even move your traditionally hosted WordPress blog to the cloud.
How many tabs are opened in your Internet browser right now? Well for me, it’s 17 in Firefox ver 21.0. I’m writing this post from one of those 17 tabs in Firefox – the only browser which is opened right now in my Windows 8 machine. So far so good, but I expect sudden crash of this awesome browser. Yes, confession that it is still awesome, and I love Firefox more than Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer. Part time mood changers are Opera, Maxthon and Safari browsers, each of which have their own flavor of surfing. Sadly, in this article I’m writing about why I’m quitting Firefox to be all time IE user, there is no alternative for me since I’m now a full time Windows 8 user with all my Workstations, and personal portable devices being Win 8 and Firefox not being in those favor at least for now.
No matter whether you are related with some educational institutes in a way or the other, no matter how often you visit some university’s website, probably the first thing that comes to your mind is the navigation. Too often universities websites are well known for bad navigation and complex user interface (UI) design with too much of stuff everywhere and that particular information you want to look for is always very difficult to find. Most of us enter a university site aiming to find some specific information, sadly we end up in searching it with something else information. That’s where a good university website should stand like a superhero.
The Information System (IS) rule should be simple, maximum 2 to 3 clicks and your information is there. Let’s explore what makes a good university website (or a web portal in broader sense) and what a good university website must have from common sense point of view – seriously giving no focus on achieving greater efficiency in serving and enrolling new students by advertising unnecessarily.
It’s not a buzz. It’s a necessity. It’s what third world nations should thrive to live in the next generation of communication world. The context is the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) being held in Dubai now, December 3 -14. The conference has been largely both criticized and at the same time admired with the huge participation of representative members from many nations, which brings in the brain stroming over the current ITR binding of the global treaty for the telcos industry including the Internet.
Microsoft released their consumer preview of Office Productivity Suite “Office 2013” yesterday and it has dragged the attention of the whole world into it not only because it is totally a new product – by design and by build but also by the way consumer will interact with office application now – by enforcing cloud based solution. This early preview of the next generation of Microsoft Office is called Office 365 – a combo of Office 2013 and the desktop applications which we were familiar with but integrating everything into the SkyDrive, Microsoft’s own cloud solution.
This product streaming every required features not only during installation of the product but also when user is requesting the features inside the office apps. Let’s explore every steps on getting with Office 2013. Continue reading
One of the main discouraging things for me to use Ubuntu, the great Linux-based OS, in my Toshiba Satellite laptop was the inability to adjust brightness
(discouraged to go Ubuntu, read this.) It has been pain in ass for over months, no matter how much I try to be Ubuntu centric, the brightness of the Satellite L740 kicked me away. The reason behind being I prefer to work in less lights, almost everything black if NOT green. Finally, I got a solution, how to adjust brightness in Toshiba laptops hence the article.