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Web Pioneer Calls For IPv6 Incentives. Vint Cerf, the godfather of the net, has said the UK government should offer tax credits for upgrading to IPv6. We belive this is only a good thing, should it happen. Unfortunately given the climate I imagine it won’t happen. Is your banner/MOTD leaving you open to attack? Running […]

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If you’ve been interested in this series so far, I apologise it’s a little bit late. Unfortunately real work got in the way of posting on Friday. Madness, I know. RockMelt was announced this week. It’s a newly developed web browser that integrated Facebook and Twitter. It’s based on Chromium, the open source bits of […]

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Glo-Networks have always been an advocate of large/dual screen setups. Of course we’re geeky IT people so there’s nothing surprising about that really. What may surprise some is that because of our love of massive displays our productivity is likely a fair bit higher than if we were using single, small (<19ÔÇØ) displays! You don’t […]

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Microsoft have officially announced the next release of their Server OS for small businesses; Windows Small Business Server 2011. There will be three editions available: Essentials, Standard and Premium (Add-on). SBS 2011 Essentials (formally codenamed Aurora) is intended for Businesses with 25 users or less. Described by Microsoft as ÔÇÿideal as a first server for […]

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Everyone loves interesting links. Here are more of them! Google launches mod_pagespeed, an Apache module to help you get your pages loading quicker. It’ll perform many of the options that you will do when you take your web product live, but don’t let this put you off trying it out! The NMap project has a […]

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