Google DNS History: A History

Google (GOOG) has announced that it will begin rolling out DNS changes to customers who use Google Cloud DNS, as the company’s DNS service has been plagued with problems since it launched in 2015.The company made the announcement in a blog post Monday, and the rollout will take effect in late April, according to a blog entry from its cloud-based […]

Tags: Categories: field
View the post

Which domain do you prefer?

The HuffPost/YouGov poll finds that 64 percent of people have a preference for one of the domains listed above.This is an improvement over a similar poll last year that found 57 percent of Americans preferred the domain name.The survey was conducted from Feb. 16-19 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.6 percentage points.The poll of 1,010 […]

Tags: Categories: website
View the post

How to Upgrade to the Latest Windows DNS Server (v10.0.10586.0)

By now, you’re probably familiar with the concept of DNS.It’s a way to organize information on the internet, and like most online services, it’s used for making sure your computer’s internet connection works properly.But there are other services that make use of DNS, like Google’s own web search service, Bing.That’s where Microsoft gets the idea for DNS.Since Windows 10 comes […]

Tags: Categories: Email
View the post

The latest podcast on the new DNS forwarder and the new MX record

The latest podcasts on the New DNS forwarders are here.The new MX records can be configured to allow for the forwarder to send the MX records to your MX records.This new feature is designed to help prevent spam.The MX record records can contain an additional record to prevent DNS queries from being directed to a new domain.The forwarder will also […]

Tags: Categories: field
View the post