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Hunter Design Group was started as an Internet service provider in 1995. We have weathered the storm and adapted with the technology over the over the last several years. We provide ASP and ISP for our clients and have for some time.

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The newest industry to take off on the Internet is the Application Solution Provider (ASP). The ASP provides applications for businesses to consume across the Internet (in the Cloud). Hunter Design Group has hosted Email and web services for out clients since our inception in 1995. Today's global economy allows businesses to collaborate securely across continents with partners and clients. It is imperative in today's markets to provide a forward thinking, organization that is able to capitalize on opportunity.

Hunter Design Group provides turnkey and custom solutions for businesses looking to expand their Intern presence with additional features such as e-commerce and web services. Our packages include control panels for applications hosted in the secure Hunter Design Group point of presence.



Microsoft unveils Windows 9 at event tomorrow

Microsoft MSFT -0.14% has a big opportunity tomorrow when they unveil the next version of Windows known by the code name “Threshold” and what could ultimately be dubbed Windows 9. Though its official name has yet to be confirmed, Microsoft is holding an event tomorrow in San Francisco and the unveil invitations sent out hint at “what’s next for Windows.” Lately there have been a flurry of reports and leaks of what is widely known as Windows 9, though there is still some buzz that Microsoft may brand the OS by a different name upon launch. Regardless, here are a few key highlights on what I think we’ll see the Redmond team unveil with this new OS, which is expected to cure the many ills users have been complaining of with Windows 8.

Addressing Desktops, Non-Touch Laptops and The Enterprise

Obviously, this is the most widely reported and demanded change for Windows 9 – the start menu will make a triumphant return. Though Microsoft had best intentions to embrace the touch revolution, ultimately desktop and non-touch laptop users were left with a disjointed mess between Microsoft’s “Modern UI” and desktop mode. In a recent Windows 9 Technical Preview leak, the new start menu made its appearance and a dare I say it’s a really nice combination of both a traditional programs start menu and an expandable, customizable tile menu for a quick hit on your most frequently uses apps. There is also word that Windows 9 will support virtual desktops, allowing you to run multiple desktops at once, simultaneously, which could be a major advantage for workstation professionals, IT managers and the enterprise.

Oracle Doubles the Query Speed of MYSQL in new release

For the next release of its open source MySQL, Oracle is making a number of changes designed to vastly boost the speed of the open source relational database management system. Such a sizeable performance bump could help organizations save money in server purchases, because it would require fewer servers to run large jobs. Or, it will allow them to run complex queries that might have taken too long to run on earlier versions of the database system, said Tomas Ulin, Oracle vice president of MySQL engineering.

Quick Start Guide for installing and running KVM

Quick Start Guide for installing and running KVM

Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) is a Linux kernel virtualization hypervisor that can host different guest operating systems. This blueprint shows you how to create a basic KVM to use as a sandbox or a one-time-only production environment. This blueprint also demonstrates how to install KVM on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 host systems, set up a Linux bridge for guests' network, and create a KVM guest and start installation of a guest operating system. Key tools and technologies discussed in this demonstration include KVM, virt-viewer, virt-manager, virt-install, Linux bridge, and virtualization.

What is Open vSwitch?

Open vSwitch is a production quality, multilayer virtual switch licensed under the open source Apache 2.0 license. It is designed to enable massive network automation through programmatic extension, while still supporting standard management interfaces and protocols (e.g. NetFlow, sFlow, SPAN, RSPAN, CLI, LACP, 802.1ag). In addition, it is designed to support distribution across multiple physical servers similar to VMware's vNetwork distributed vswitch or Cisco's Nexus 1000V. See the full feature list here

The modern Notes Developer ( submitted from socialbiz)

At Red Pill Development we have a saying that "Modern is not a destination, but a journey". I'm not going to go into why we say this, but in order to partake in this journey the modern Notes Developer will need some tools at his/her fingertips and to re-think the development process.

Top Linux opensource console applications

Linux on the desktop is making great progress. However, the real beauty of Linux and Unix like operating system lies beneath the surface at the command prompt. nixCraft picks his best open source terminal applications of 2012.

Most of the following tools are packaged by all major Linux distributions and can be installed on *BSD or Apple OS X.

Open-Source Apache Web Server Hits Ignominious Milestone

Since the dawn of the Web era, one technology has steadfastly dominated as the world's most popular Web server. That technology is the open-source Apache Web Server, commonly referred to simply as "Apache."

Internet research and security services firm Netcraft is now reporting that across the nearly 717 million Websites it has surveyed this month, Apache serves 46.96 percent of them. That is the first time that Apache's share has fallen below 50 percent since December of 2009. At its height—in November of 2005—Apache held a 71 percent market share.

At first glance, I personally would have thought that Apache's numbers were declining against open-source competitor nginx, which has steadily been winning praise and converts in recent years. Looking at the numbers provided by Netcraft, that's not the case. Apache this month is losing share not to nginx, but rather to Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS).

30 Years Ago: How Email Rose to Become the No. 1 Killer App

When the first personal computers started being sold by Apple and IBM in the late 1970s and early 1980s, it was common for people to ask: "Why do you really need to buy a PC?"

The truth was, if you had a typewriter, that's pretty much all you needed to create documents. If you wanted to play video games, you'd go down to the mall. If you needed to do math problems, you got a calculator.

Back then, everybody existed in what we now call data silos. People did home finances on PCs, wrote documents and printed them out, and played a few simple games. Few computers were connected, and those that were invariably belonged to high-security government agencies such as the military or corporate enterprises doing business with government that had access to central mainframe computers.

Ethernet networking was invented in the 1970, and IBM introduced Token Ring networking in the 1980s. But few enterprises had good business reasons to install Local Area Networks (LANs) before the mid-1980s, when personal computers became common in corporate offices.

In 1982, IBM introduced PROFS, for Professional Office SystemVM, which ran on IBM mainframes and some of its midrange computer systems and included an email application. For Digital Equipment Corp. minicomputer systems, email service was provided through the company's All-In-1 office productivity package.

iPhone and IOS devices continue to shine in the Enterprise.

iPhone also continues to be the smartphone of choice for business. Given the security and stability of iOS, enterprise and government customers around the world continue to deploy iPhone on their networks in ways that go far beyond personal productivity.

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