More Than 250 Million Domain Names Registered
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 09, 2013
About 40 percent of all domains are .com addresses.
Tags: .NET, Web, Internet, VeriSign, domain name, report, .com
Microsoft to Fix Dangerous IE, Windows Security Holes
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published June 08, 2012
Next week's Patch Tuesday release will include 7 bulletins with fixes for 28 vulnerabilities.
Tags: .NET, Windows, Visual Basic, Microsoft, security vulnerabilities, Internet Explorer, Patch Tuesday, DYNAMICS AX
Verisign Renews .NET
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published July 05, 2011
ICANN gives Verisign a vote of confidence and renews contract to manage .NET for another 6 years.
Tags: .NET, VeriSign, ICANN
Microsoft Rolls Out 'Mission Critical' Support
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published August 11, 2010
Enterprise IT departments with large investments in Microsoft technologies can now get a new premium level of technical support with 24/7 contacts and a 30-minute response time.
Tags: .NET, services, Microsoft, support, IT management
The Mono Mystery That Wasn't
By Bruce Byfield | Article Published March 26, 2010
The Linux community was abuzz about Miguel de Icazas controversial new stance on Mono. But in reality it was a classic case of Internet misinformation.
Tags: open source, .NET, Linux, FOSS, Mono
A Developer and her Netbook: Cheap .NET Coding
By Sara Chipps | Article Published May 11, 2009
A .NET developer, armed a few bucks a whole bunch of research, builds an inexpensive mobile coding studio.
Tags: .NET, developer, Windows, netbook, desktop
.NET Debugging for Rookies
By Sara Chipps | Article Published October 01, 2008
Sure, you get stuck. But these five steps will help you get back on track.
Tags: .NET, Oracle, developer, server, programming
Tip of the Trade: Assign Multiple Addresses to a Network Interface
By Carla Schroder | Article Published June 18, 2008
Still using ifconfig and route commands? Today's network environments require functionality beyond their capabilities. Consider using the ip command, which is part of the iproute2 suite of TCP/IP networking utilities, and is trying to muscle in.
Tags: .NET, PHP, server, networking, IT
Review: Propel Personal Bandwidth Manager
By Joseph Moran | Article Published March 28, 2008
Are you making the most of your Internet connection? Propel Personal Bandwidth Manager can show how you're using it and whether bandwidth is in short supply, but it does have its issues.
Tags: .NET, video, Windows, Google, data, search, Microsoft, software, management, wireless, IT, Vista, Intel, Dell, Cisco, media, voice, VoIP, e-Mail, desktop