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TechPop: How to Install Invoice Ninja on Ubuntu 14.04

Invoice Ninja is a free and open source invoicing software. Their site provides Invoice Ninja as SaaS  (Software as a Service), but if you or your company is more security and privacy minded, it can be hosted on a private server. One major benefit of Invoice Ninja is it’s compatibility with over thirty payment gateways. […]

Creating a Home Server Part 6: How to Install WordPress on Ubuntu 14.04

WordPress is the most popular website builder on the internet. It has thousands of plugins and themes that allows making dynamic and professional websites simpler. Many functions do not need any familiarity with HTML, CSS, or Javascript to produces these sites. Find out how to install WordPress on an Ubuntu computer.

Creating a Home Server Part 4: Installing ownCloud 8 on Ubuntu 14.04

Now that we have the hardware, operating system, and web address, the next step is adding web applications to the server. ownCloud is a personal cloud storage solution similar to Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, or Google Drive. However, instead of having files stored on servers somewhere in the world, they are stored on the server at […]

TechPop: An overview of Redmine Project Management Software

Project Management Software can be expensive and difficult to maintain. However, the Open Source Project, Redmine, provides a fully functional project management environment for small and medium sized businesses. Read on to find out more about the Free Web Application.