06-19-2012, 09:26 AM
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Join Date: Sep 2011
RaidLogic.NET (Remote Software Installation, starting as low as $49.95)
RaidLogic.NET provides software installation services to all its customers. Our analysts are well trained on software installations for small to large businesses. Installation and configuration of your new software application are handled by our team remotely. We take care of all the details, so you can focus on running your business. Regardless of where your business is located, we can install and configure it.
You might be wondering how we are able to install and configure your new application from hundreds, if not thousands of miles away. With advances in remote software, today it very easy to deploy and configure your software over the internet. In fact, it is as if we were in the next office. Our team can handle all the details. If you don't have the in-house technical expertise, don't worry. We can take care of everything.
LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP)
FFMPEG (Mplayer + Mencoder, FLV2tool, LAME MP3 Encoder, rAMR, libogg, libvorbis)
Red5 (Flash Media Server)
CSF/LFD (Installation and Initial Configuration)
APF/BFD (Installation and Initial Configuration)
OpenVPN (Virtual Private Network)
Remote Software Installation:
1 VPS/Server: $49.95 per case - https://secure.raidlogic.net/system/...?a=add&pid=204
RaidLogic.NET offer domain registration as low as 9.95$ a year. Once it's been registered, you can start to use it right away or, at no additional cost, park it for future use. RaidLogic.NET specialises in domain registration this allowing us to offer some of the most competitive prices in the world for domain names. We pride ourselves on a fast, secure domain name registration service with no compromise on features and absolutely no hidden costs on any domains.
TLD Domains (com/net/org/biz/us/info/name) 9.95$/year
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