[TIP] Register Your Own Domain Name

I just recently read a case that is currently being disputed in court. The claim? The complainant, TCR Business Systems, asserts that the Respondent (a former employee) registered a domain (under their direction) and the respondent is now claiming ownership of that domain.  The problem? TCR says that the respondent was told to register the domain,

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[MAC OSX] Cool Hidden Easter Eggs!

Check out these cool Easter eggs… Do you know one that isn’t listed? Leave it in the comments! Enjoy! Important Dates in History 1. Open the Terminal.app. You can find it in the Applications folder > Utilities or hit the command+space bar, this will open the finder in the top right corner of your screen.

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6 Cool Hidden Easter Eggs in Windows 7

Since Easter is right around the corner, check out 6 cool Easter eggs for Windows 7… Happy Easter!  1. God Mode This hidden egg will conveniently put hundreds of settings from all over the os into one place. How?

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Holiday Shopping Brought to You By Managed DNS

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I am a total sucker for an online deal; 1 day sales, Cyber Monday sales, Black Friday sales, I am the exact target market. So it should be no surprise I also love holiday shopping!

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What are MX Records? Anatomy of a DNS Zone File – Part Three

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A mail exchange record or MX record is a type of record in a DNS zone file. MX records are responsible for specifying which mail server is in charge of receiving email messages on behalf of a domain. When you send an e-mail, your computer queries the DNS for the MX records of the recipient’s

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The Anatomy of a DNS Zone File – Part Two: What are NS Records and Why Are They Important to DNS?

An NS record or (name server record) tells recursive name servers which name servers are authoritative for a zone.  Recursive name servers look at the NS records to work out who to ask next when resolving a name. You can have as many NS records as you would like in your zone file.   The

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The Anatomy of a DNS Zone File: SOA Record

Part ONE What is a Start of Authority (SOA) Record and What Does it Do? The first resource record in any Domain Name System (DNS) zone file is the Start of Authority (SOA) resource record. The SOA resource record is an essential part of the DNS zone file, it indicates the basic properties of the

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Simplify Your Network Management with DNS-O-Matic

Explore seamless integration with Dnsomatic, the OpenDNS service supported by No-IP. A free DDNS integration solution for developers and hardware vendors.

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