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Sleep Well: Create a $10.50 Incredible Backup Server in the Cloud with WebDAV

Sleep Well: Create a $10.50 Incredible Backup Server in the Cloud with WebDAV

Monday, April 25, 2016

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Embed from Getty Images With the impending demise of Copy.com, it seemed like a good time to revisit the subject of backups and to do a little advance preparation for that rainy day when your Incredible PBX™ server decides it’s taken its last breath. We recently documented how to build an Incredible PBX in the Cloud for a one-time cost of $10.50. And we showed you how to build a Linux Sandbox in the Cloud for the same bargain-basement price.… Read More ›

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.

Remotely Managing Your Asterisk Server with WebDAV

Remotely Managing Your Asterisk Server with WebDAV

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

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Today we’ll walk you through setting up your own personal Cloud Computing environment and transforming your Asterisk server into a full-fledged WebDAV host. The entire setup on a PBX in a Flash server takes less than 5 minutes…

HOW-TO Bonanza: 50 Great Summertime Projects for You & Your Mac mini

HOW-TO Bonanza: 50 Great Summertime Projects for You & Your Mac mini

Thursday, September 15, 2005

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Today’s column provides links to 50 great Mac OS X open source projects currently available here and elsewhere on the Net.

ISP-In-A-Box: Remotely Managing Mac Web Sites Using WebDAV

ISP-In-A-Box: Remotely Managing Mac Web Sites Using WebDAV

Friday, May 27, 2005

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This HOW-TO walks you through remotely managing Mac web sites using WebDAV.

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (WebDAV and Web Folders 101)

ISP-In-A-Box: The $500 Mac mini (WebDAV and Web Folders 101)

Friday, May 13, 2005

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Today we introduce WebDAV and WebFolders and the incredible off-site-storage capabilities they bring to the table with any ISP-In-A-Box.

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