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It’s Back: $10.50 Buys an Incredible PBX in the Cloud For Life… If You Hurry

It’s Back: $10.50 Buys an Incredible PBX in the Cloud For Life… If You Hurry

Monday, March 14, 2016

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Embed from Getty Images In January, we began our new series on Cloud Computing by documenting how to build an awesome LAMP server in the Cloud using Linux. Today we’re again going to show you how to use the same Cloud platform and take advantage of the $10.50 coupon code TAKE70 to build an Incredible PBX in the Cloud FOR LIFE. When you’re finished, you’ll have a state-of-the-art Incredible PBX 13 server with hundreds of PBX features including free calling… Read More ›

The Ultimate Linux Sandbox in the Cloud for Less Than a $35 Raspberry Pi 2

The Ultimate Linux Sandbox in the Cloud for Less Than a $35 Raspberry Pi 2

Monday, January 25, 2016

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Every few years we like to drop back and take a fresh look at the best way to get started with Linux. For those coming from the Windows World, it can be a painful process. Learning with a Cloud-based server can be especially dangerous because of the security risks. And then there’s the cost factor. Not everyone has several hundred dollars to buy hardware and, frankly, learning about Linux on a $35 Raspberry Pi can drive most newbies to drink.… Read More ›

View from the Trenches: A Fresh Look at VoIP Project Development in the Cloud

View from the Trenches: A Fresh Look at VoIP Project Development in the Cloud

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

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The world of cloud-based computing has profoundly changed over the past year. And today we want to take a fresh look at the cloud landscape for those of you that spend considerable time experimenting or tweaking software applications either for customers or for your own organization. First, a brief paragraph of history. We began our cloud experiments almost seven years ago when Amazon S3 was still in its infancy. At the time, Amazon S3 was a real bargain even with… Read More ›

The Next Plateau: VoIP Communications with Asterisk in Amazon’s EC2 Cloud

The Next Plateau: VoIP Communications with Asterisk in Amazon’s EC2 Cloud

Monday, February 11, 2013

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We’ve spent considerable effort exploring and enhancing the VoIP cloud offerings for our followers, and today we’re delighted to introduce another terrific service: Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). This is one of several Amazon Web Service (AWS) offerings that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud and is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers. That’s the Amazon pitch for their service. Ours is a bit different. For anyone with mission-critical operations or that has ever given a moment’s… Read More ›

Travelin’ Man 3: Securing a PBX in a Flash or VoIP in the Cloud Server

Travelin’ Man 3: Securing a PBX in a Flash or VoIP in the Cloud Server

Thursday, March 29, 2012

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Today we’re pleased to introduce Travelin’ Man 3, a completely new security methodology based upon FQDN Whitelists and DDNS. In a nutshell, you get set-it-and-forget-it convenience and rock-solid VoIP security for your Cloud-based PBX or any PBX in a Flash server lacking a hardware-based firewall… AND you get hands-free protection and flexibility for your mobile or remote workforce.

Coming to a Cloud Near You: Incredible PBX in the Cloud

Coming to a Cloud Near You: Incredible PBX in the Cloud

Monday, June 27, 2011

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We’ve scoured the Earth looking for the best deal over or under the rainbow to host Incredible PBX in the Cloud. Here it is…

Incredible PBX 1.8: New OpenVZ and Cloud Editions

Incredible PBX 1.8: New OpenVZ and Cloud Editions

Monday, January 17, 2011

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It’s VoIP Virtualization Day at Nerd Vittles and today we introduce two new versions of Incredible PBX which have been customized for the OpenVZ and Cloud Computing platforms.

Introducing PogoPlug: Cloud Computing for $100 per Terabyte

Introducing PogoPlug: Cloud Computing for $100 per Terabyte

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

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Today we’ll show you how to build your own Homemade Cloud Computing Center for $100 per terabyte with NO RECURRING COSTS.