A little more than a year after it was being touted as the instant messaging (IM) software of choice by Internet service providers such as AT&T and UK-based Freeserve, Tribal Voice's PowWow was to transmit its final person-to-person missive today.
Building, crafting and creating website infrastructures, configuring servers, making domain recommendations, and DNS, registrar and Email and changes - if you have an issue with your website, email, or servers, we can likely help you solve it. Specializing in Drupal & Wordpress.
jazy.net are also experts at migrating flash-based sites into a CMS which allows the site owner to have full edit control, as well as allows search engines to index the site and all the tagged content - this is a big win for the website, for in order to get visitors, obviously your site needs to be indexed properly by the search engines (SEO), as flash based sites do not get indexed properly, and of course, they do not work on iOS devices (iPads, iPhones, etc.)
Moving off of GoDaddy.com to a registrar more aligned with your values
Another common service that we've helped many partners with, is moving from the openly misogynistic, and elephant-hunting, domain registrar (godaddy.com / domaincontrol.com) onto a more values-aligned service provider. For more information, read the tale of how Go-daddy's (former) CEO went elephant hunting in Africa, at GoElly.com. Godaddy.com may be one of the cheapest registrars, but there may be hidden costs many folks are unaware of - is this really a company you wish to be affiliated with and patronize? We recommend the registrar NameCheap.com - great service (which doesn't use scantily clad women & racing cars in advertising, and no hunting of elephants by its CEO.)
From conception & planning to production, launch & implementation, nearly 20 years of web know-how.
As jazy.net is/was also the home for the powwow chat software vintage, virtual, dynamic museum - fear not PowWow users - for we still have the server running for you (when our win2k box is running, that is); still at powwow.jazy.net (just make sure to add the powwow. subdomain.)