Articles categorized as "services"

Use Google Docs for simple web forms

Lunarpages is a company that offers very robust and generous website hosting plans. Their control panel is easy to use and automates the installation of many popular scripts such as WordPress, Drupal, etc. One of their value-added services is a … Continue reading

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Example RFP for new or redesigned website

I’ve spoken with many auctioneers recently who are at the beginning stages of a new technology project, usually a website redesign or new build of some kind. The questions everyone asks mostly revolve around the expectations they should have of … Continue reading

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Auction Podcast Episode 12 – If you ship, you fail

Hello and welcome to the twelfth episode of the AuctioneerTech Auction Podcast for the week of 17 November 2008. My name is Aaron Traffas, and now that I’ve baited you with the catchy and possibly controversial title, lets examine the … Continue reading

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Auction Podcast Episode 11 – Open source auctioneer

One of the reasons AuctioneerTech exists is to make life easier for everyone, including auctioneers. One of the ways this goal is accomplished is by reviewing software that performs a novel or important function. Most of the software covered is … Continue reading

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Hosted Exchange allows users to share Outlook without headache

Microsoft Outlookis the best corporate email and scheduling tool. That’s a tough statement to make as an open source advocate, but until the open source equivalent called Evolution matures, Outlook will remain the corporate standard for email, calendar and scheduling. … Continue reading

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