GoDaddy loses over 37,000 domains due to SOPA stance

by Administrator 27. December 2011 15:50
It's been a hell of a Christmas weekend for GoDaddy. The hosting and domain registrar company lost more than 37,000 domains in the past couple of days due to its shaky stance on the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act. According to information reported by The Domains, over 15,000 domains were transferred off Thursday and another 21,054 on Friday, despite GoDaddy's attempt to control damage by withdrawing its support to SOPA. The backlash against GoDaddy kicked off after the company appeared on an official list of companies supporting SOPA, a proposed bill that would allow the U.S. Department of Justice and copyright holders to block access to sites accused of infringing copyright... [More]

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What cloud and SOA will bring in 2012: seven 'half-baked ideas'

by Administrator 20. December 2011 18:36
Summary: More Big Data power, more data center power, more user power, more opportunities await organization in the year ahead. The year 2011 has been an interesting year in terms of SOA-cloud convergence, and the next year will see even more of it. Looking ahead, here are some half-baked ideas — or HBIs — on what appears to developing for the year ahead, and beyond: 1) SOA and cloud will underpin successful Big Data analytics deployments. There’s quite a bit of excitement these days around Big Data, it’s management implications, and the opportunities it presents to organizations hungry for more insights on their customers and markets. This is all part of th... [More]

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Windows 8 to feature built-in password manager, synchronize between computers

by Administrator 17. December 2011 12:14
Microsoft hopes to simplify the task of managing multiple passwords with the next major release of its popular operating system. According to a post on the company's Building Windows 8 blog, a new feature will allow users to put an unlimited number of individual passwords behind one master password, and have them synchronize across all other Windows 8 machines they use. Since the Live ID is the only password you'll need to know, you can set complex and unique passwords for multiple websites -- so if one site gets hacked and your credentials are stolen from their servers, you entire digital lives won't be at risk. Windows 8 will automatically enter your login information when visit... [More]

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Windows 8 to feature built-in password manager, synchronize between computers

by Administrator 17. December 2011 12:14
Microsoft hopes to simplify the task of managing multiple passwords with the next major release of its popular operating system. According to a post on the company's Building Windows 8 blog, a new feature will allow users to put an unlimited number of individual passwords behind one master password, and have them synchronize across all other Windows 8 machines they use. Since the Live ID is the only password you'll need to know, you can set complex and unique passwords for multiple websites -- so if one site gets hacked and your credentials are stolen from their servers, you entire digital lives won't be at risk. Windows 8 will automatically enter your login information when visit... [More]

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Hong Kong Under Fire From Data Center Experts

by Administrator 13. December 2011 18:09
Technology experts have trained their guns on Hong Kong for its data center strategy stating that it is lacking in long term vision. The local tech pros have criticized the country’s reservation of 2 hectares of land in Tseung Kwan O for use by data centers. According to Samson Tam, legislative councilor this is a good beginning but 2 hectares is too small a plot. Tam is convinced that 20 hectares should have been the size of land and in fact this is what he had recommended to the Chief Executive. 20 hectares according to Tam would be the land needed to help the country meet demands of data center services for the next few years. Apart from this region, there is also Northe... [More]

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Why VPS Hosting Can Help for Small Business?

by Administrator 13. December 2011 18:05
Choosing the right web hosting server for your small business can be intimidating job and even when you have a hosting server in place there are times when the server host is just not working for you. If you are searching for affordable yet wide-ranging server hosting solution then why not consider a Virtual Private Server (VPS) Hosting.It is a perfect solution for those looking to host a virtual private server with the security, affordability and privacy of a separate physical computer server. Each Virtual Private Server (VPS) can use it's own operating system and has the possibility of independent rebooting. Virtual Private Server's are mainly useful set-ups for web designers, ho... [More]

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