When Nikki Craft woke up one morning recently and checked her websites, they were not working. In fact, all 20 of her high-traffic websites were down. After further investigation into the issue, she learned that the domain names had been suspended by the registrar due to invalid WHOIS data on the domain name WHOIS record–here [...]
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While nothing can match the surge in network business that presented itself with the birth of the World Wide Web, current network business opportunities arise from the current and logical interest in the virtualization of much of the hardware in the server room.
The average company would probably prefer not to equip all of its employees with cell phones. Landlines can represent a nuisance, too, since long distance calls cost a fair amount. Fortunately, VoIP tech can act as a solution, so long as a company’s network can handle it.
Few days ago WaveMaker announced profitability, showing an increase on sales by over 53% in the latest quarter, eventually showing the world that the cloud is a given, and not a prediction. Chris Keene, WaveMaker CEO, gave me some background information on how the WaveMaker open source framework later became an open cloud development platform.
If you’re wondering about future trends in computing, you need to be aware of Google’s Chrome OS. If you’ve ever heard of the concept of the Web as an operating system, this is basically Google’s attempt at delivering on that. Chrome OS is currently intended for use on netbook-like devices, which are small and portable. [...]
Red Ventures is an internet marketing business which is responsible for multi-channel and massive acquisition programs. They represent many of the leading businesses in the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico . They’ve now decided to partner with Verizon Business to assist in their advanced communications and IT services. Red Ventures is banking on the partnership [...]
Oracle updated its frequently asked questions (FAQ) overview of the impending Sun acquisition to address some important questions about the fate of Sun’s software assets beyond Java and Solaris. To be completely honest, none of Oracle’s plans come as a surprise. And at the end of the day, the FAQ is not legally binding and [...]
I have found that with cloud computing there seems to be a ton of “expert” advice but it is not coming from people who are actually building solutions in the cloud. Many giving “expert” advice are seasoned veterans and talented people, but they are simply stating opinions not backed by any facts. Most have simply [...]
Slashdot reports that Harald Welte is operating an open source GSM network at the Hacking at Random (HAR) conference. Welte writes:
Since last week we saw the publishing of confidential documents from inside Twitter (I doubt any of you missed that, but if you did, TechCrunch last week got passed documents from a hacker who figured out how to get into several accounts at Twitter).