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IPv6 Change Management
By Robert M. Morris
Managing the Migration to the Internet Protocol of the Future
IPv6. It can be assumed that there isn’t a CIO/CTO on the planet that has not heard of that phrase. But what is IPv6? IPv6 is follow up to IPv4, which is the current Internet Protocol addressing scheme. However, due to the ever increasing popularity and necessity of the Internet and the increasing number of devices (computers, laptops, cell phones, cars, refrigerators, etc) that have the capabilities of accessing the internet, IPv4 is running out of addresses to give. Technology managers must be able to implement necessary change strategies that would work for their particular company and technological situation, and finally the management must not be afraid to be the first in what will be a very long line of organizations to make the migration to IPv6.
Why Washington Must Face New-Cyber-Name-Economy?
By Naseem Javed
The serious objections by US Department of Commerce to ICANN's new policieson creating unlimited domain suffixes are primarily based on old domain name thinking and continued fear of losing control of Internet.
The proposed ICANN plan offers a brand new superior device to fit new platforms and technologically advanced solutions amidst global image and name identities positioning. Here are the three key facts.
Blogs… Bite ME!
By Paul Shearstone
The unbridled nature of the internet has its strengths and weaknesses. One being, it exists in an eternal state of recent authenticity. It would bode well for readers and bloggers alike to temper their interpretations until they can time-frame the context or circumstances in which the editorial / blog was written.
The Bid For Dubai's Cyber-Rights
By Naseem Javed
Under the latest ICANN's policy who would like to bid the highest amount for the exclusive global rights to the new domain suffix .dubai? Such a suffix will create a powerful domain root that will corner some 180 services underneath it, like,,, or Who would be the next global cyber-branding leader of this new millennium?
The Domain Blast
By Naseem Javed
Now you can buy any domain with any suffix. If a dotcom is gone, so what? For a cost, you can create your own suffix, any letters and any name.
We should all embrace some mega changes of current business names and the influx of millions of new ones. Some would be highly practical and most needed, and a lot would be just silly, funny and entertaining. Your readers are about to face tough challenges on how to face naming on a global scale.
The Domain Exchange
By Naseem Javed
The entire domain name industry has advanced to a more mature level, which now fully recognizes the super value of having a generic globally recognizable domain identity as a true cyber-real-estate asset. But the name game in this current race must be played under the correct laws, as most of these assets sometimes simply evaporate into thin air.
Technology & Business Expansion: Matching Your Data Systems to the Business Growth Needs of Tomorrow
By Dan Kaplan
Internet Branding: The 2006 Corporate Challenge
By Naseem Javed
"Cheap" is losing its power as now "free" is in. Global competition is so fierce and the labor-cost disparity is so wide that most bargain pricing is no longer effective, as there is always some other supplier to offer a product for far less -- or even for free. 
The Winners and Losers of the Internet Break-Up
By Naseem Javed
Why should Internet break and how ridiculous is this issue? Imagine if a few printers around the globe got together and jointly decided to replace all our current currencies and their value and choose brand new colors, designs and new values all own their own. Economy? What economy?
Web video gone viral
With all the interest in viral marketing lately, we have two articles about the making of a recent web video that went viral – and had stunning results.

A view on Google's Patent: Information Retrieval Based on Historical Data
By Peter Faber
Google doesn't stop innovating their search engine, and there where others try to follow, Google is not just 1 step ahead, but 10 steps ahead. Their latest innovation, which actually may already be in place for a year or longer, can be found in the patent: ‚Information Retrieval Based on Historical Data'.
This article has the goal to give a simplified representation of this patent + contains recommendations as to what would be the best SEO techniques to obtain high rankings, with a specific focus on links.
Revolution of the New Geek 
Michael B. Parks   
This essay is geared towards Information Technology professionals, be it computer engineers, scientists, programmers, or help desk support. It is an argument for a new way to do business. 
22 Reasons Why Your Page Did Not Get Indexed 
If there's one question in search engine marketing that comes up far too often it is: "Why hasn't my page or Web site been indexed yet?" Or, almost as often: "Why was my page indexed for a while and has now disappeared?"
The Wal-Martization of E-Commerce 
By Naseem Javed
The self-replication of e-commerce has already started, and like an alien blob from another planet it is re-generating and multiplying itself in a fast self-repro-replication-mode
Clash of the Titans - When Search Engines Collide
By Naseem Javed   
Billions of pages going to trillions. Most of the information available online is replicated again and again, then twisted, corrupted and re-entered. When one search question retrieves one million answers, the system fails -- results have little or no value.
Attacks from within can be worse than those from without
By Paul Marcellin
Organisations spend significant time, money and effort ensuring that their IT infrastructure is as secure as possible, working tirelessly to reduce threats of virus infection, malicious attacks or intrusions. Should an organisation’s IT security be breached, the potential damage that can be caused could be mild or it could be crippling. The assumption is that outsiders attack companies. Wrong, says PAUL MARCELLIN, MD of PhiBlue Technologies.
Manage e-mail so it can assume its rightful place in your business
By Michael Brunzlik
Do you know how many e-mails move through your server every day? Any idea how big they are, or if they are clogging the server? Do you care how many of those mails contain private content, or how many of the mails containing business critical information can be read by any Joe Soap? How much control do you have … and how much can lack of control cost you?

The Mysteries And Future Of Websites
By Naseem Javed
Websites have just completed a full circle of a hard struggle, and somehow survived where other traditional marketing tools and old principals failed big time. Now the same sites and domain names must face harsher realities once again, all to ensure high visibility and exposure they so provide.
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Top 10 Design Issues According To Web Marketing!
By: Martin Lemieux
When it comes to designing your site, there are 2 ways you can ultimately go. a) Designing for yourself and no one else, b) Designing to fit web marketing and customer attracting methods.
Here are the top 10 issues you should always consider
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A Network Of Web Sites Is Not Enough!
By Martin Lemieux
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eMarketing: New Millennia
by Cameron Dart
We are quickly moving into a new world – a ‘wireless world’, sporting trendy Internet-enabled handheld devices and interactive televisions. New marketing methods are emerging, forcing companies to change the way they search out and connect with their customers. The revolutionary element of ‘trackable digital delivery’ is helping marketers measure their efforts and gain real-time intelligence about their customer base. This article takes a look at how to break through the clutter, and drive companies into the 21st century with new technologies.
January 2002
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eBusines - The Second Wave
by Cameron Dart
eBusiness is an evolving process; a fundamental business transformation that is not easy. It affects everyone, from governments to corporations to customers. Second wave eBusiness is not about flashy websites, it's more about transforming relationship management right across the entire business value chain. New and improved technologies, business methods and processes, including electronic customer relationship management, electronic supply chain management and corporate portals are reshaping organizations all over the world. Leaders and managers are taking heed of these changes, and developing strategies to incorporate them into their everyday business activities, putting their companies one step closer to becoming fully-fledged digital corporations; a prerequisite for success in the new economy.
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The E-Business Hype does not End - Some Ironic Thoughts
by Dagmar Recklies
Do you remember the time when the e-business hype reached its peak in the first half of 2000? The author of this article thinks that we now have an anti-hype with everything e- is bad. The author explains her thoughts on why the new anti-hype is as much an exaggeration as the former e-business hype was.
August 2001
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M-Commerce - The Next Hype? 
by Oliver Recklies 
It looks as if the term M-Commerce and the business models behind become the next great hype in the digital economy. At the moment, however, it is not clear, where the story will end. Suppliers of M-Commerce Solutions, content providers and suppliers of hardware (mobile phones) predict (again) a great future for this concept – with great new services for the customers and great business for themselves. This article attempts to find a realistic view on future prospects. 
March 2001 
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Digital Marketplaces - Types and Functions
by Dagmar Recklies
This article gives an overview on functions and types of digital marketplaces.
September 2000
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