|September 24, 2013|
|Small Portion Of Users Affected By Gmail Service Disruption|
|By Josh Wolford|
| If you’re experience issues with Gmail, it’s probably not your fault. Google has confirmed that the service is suffering a small “disruption” that is affecting a small portion of users.
Google first reported the service disruption at 10:25 am EST on Monday, saying that they were investigating reports of an outage. At 11:45 am EST, Google said that “the delivery of some messages is being delayed and attachments may fail to download.”
They also said that it was affecting only 0.024% of the Gmail user base, but judging by the reaction on Twitter is may be a little more widespread than that.
Either way, Google says that they’re on it. [...]
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| Netflix put out its first Regional ISP Speed Index Snapshot looking at the greater Boston area. We’ll be seeing more of these regional reports to come.
The most significant finding from this particular index is that no other ISP in the area “comes close to delivering as great a Netflix experience as RCN.” Those are Netflix’s words. So, that’s a pretty good endorsement for the ISP at a time when significant cord cutting is taking place. [...]
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|Google announced that Leawood, Kansas’ City Council has voted to make the town the 14th Kansas City area to get Google Fiber. “We look forward to bringing service to Leawood, but there's quite a bit of planning and construction work [...]||As the internet has grown, so have the dangers of its interconnectedness. Business of all sizes are at risk for multiple types of intrusions into their networks, including the relatively new phenomenon of hacktivism. It’s no surprise, then, that the IT security industry is being forecasted for explosive growth in the coming years. [...]||Most of us in the U.S. love to rag on our ISPs and blame them for what we perceive as painfully slow Internet speeds. Our ISPs certainly do deserve their fair share of criticism, but we should also celebrate when things are headed in a [...]|
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