Make Web, Not War - Who Owns the Web?, Softcom

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As the web evolves the old rivalries of windows and open source come to the table and find that customers care more about function than platform. We all need a place the live, work and play together. Whether you are a student looking for a place to experiment with the latest technology or an established developer that needs a flexible real world solution, explore the world of cost effective and powerful solution that hosting partners have to offer.

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Make Web, Not War - Who Owns the Web?, Softcom

  1. 1. •End users •Site and content owner •Designers and Developers •Hosters •Platform providers
  2. 2. What do we all expect, want Demand? •Reliability •Function •Value
  3. 3. Move towards “what can I do” and away from “what is the platform” •Applications •Turn key sites (blog, CMS) •Social networks
  4. 4. Tools and Applications open the web to a new generation of users and content. •Ready to use apps •Self install packages
  5. 5. What model is right for creating an effective solution? •Licensed •Developed •Open Source •Hybrid
  6. 6. Where should applications live, work and play? •On premise •In your garage •Hosting Partner
  7. 7. If you are going to outsource the hosting of your application what should you looking for from the Hosting partner? •Platform •Price •Personality
  8. 8. Questions?
  9. 9. Platinum Hoster program www.microsoft.com/web/freehosting Hyper-V Developer package myhosting.com/Virtual-Server-Hosting/virtual-development-server.aspx

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