Akamai’s job is to speed up the web, but as more companies use alternative DNS services, that can be difficult. So it’s signed a deal with OpenDNS to get content to people faster.
If the perpetrators are truly evil-doers, their theft of Adobe source code could mean bad things for the company and its customers, security experts said.
OpenDNS has transitioned from providing only domain name servers to offering a security product designed with insecure mobile devices accessing corporate networks in mind. Now it has raised an undisclosed Series B.
As OpenDNS grows past 100 employees, founder and David Ulevitch realized that not every employee is suited for the next phase of the company. In this video interview, he explains why it’s important to deal with poor performers and not waste time on people who waste time.
The folks at OpenDNS, which provides a domain name server for individuals that aims to be faster and more secure than those provided by your ISP, on Tuesday launched DNSCrypt a new product aimed at making DNS look up more secure and private.
Of all the announcements from Amazon today, the most audacious one is about Silk, a hybrid browser that essentially pre-fetches the web, caches it and then serves it up to Fire owners. And that has implications – both good and bad, for consumers and Amazon rivals.
A few million Americans may find their YouTube requests get delivered faster on Tuesday as Google, OpenDNS, VeriSign and several content delivery networks announce Global Internet Speed Up effort. It’s another way to make content routing at the edge of the network smarter.
Recent allegations of ISPs hijacking search traffic are just the tip of the iceberg. Dane Jasper, CEO of ISP Sonic.net offers his “quick guide to the five levels of ISP evil” and explains just how low some ISPs will go.
Today’s cloud computing platforms give rise to a new class of web-accessible application support functions, or infrastructure apps, that replace costly integrated hardware and software. Here are five apps that can help with transactional email, compute-intensive cycles, network services, database as a service, and indexing and search.
Google has launched a product called Google Public DNS that can be installed as an alternative to the DNS systems offered by network providers, the purpose of which it says is to make the web run faster, and early reports confirm a noticeable speed increase.