Domains and hosting services provider, Crazy Domains, is partnering with support and recovery vendor Dropsuite, to distribute and resell Dropsuite’s website back-up product Dropmysite to its small and medium sized enterprise customers in Australia, the US, UK Indonesia and the Middle East.
Domain administrator, auDA, has appointed as its new chief executive a former Victorian parliamentarian and current Victorian Government senior public servant who led the policy development for the implementation of the .melbourne domain and was the architect of the government’s cybersecurity initiatives.
The right to sell .web domain names has sold at auction for a record US$135 million, more than thrice the previous record for a new Top-Level Domain (TLD) — .shop — which a bidder snapped up for a cool US$41 million earlier this year.
I'm surprised they didn't say if Apple devices were ok to use or not?
Take comfort in that when it takes 2 hours to watch a 90 minute movie on Netflix.
"Choosing your comparisons is like marking your own homework — it's very easy to get top marks."
Yeah just what I want more spyware from our (not) trustworthy Federal Government to put on my 'phone. No chance[…]
Thx Sam - a timely reminder with historical perspective included, and great points that Australia as a tiny player on[…]