Redesigning The Internet For Content Delivery

By Robert Vamosi | 11/2/12 3:04 AM

The Internet was never designed to facilitate e-commerce, yet it does. The Internet was also not designed to handle video content, yet it does--sometimes poorly.

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Only a Matter of Weeks Before the World Runs Out of IP Addresses

By JDavis | 1/27/11 8:20 AM

The proclaimed “Father of the Internet,” Google VP Vint Cerf, warns that there won’t be enough IP addresses left to accommodate people and businesses connected via the Internet. What does this mean? The Internet is dependent on an internet protocol called IPv4, and when Cerf first began the experiment, he had no idea that the Internet would reach its capacity. IPv4 enables one computer to communicate with another, and until the next version of the protocol is put in place, the way that we unite over the Web will be seriously compromised.

The Sydney Morning Herald reports that,

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What Lies Ahead for Internet Security

By JDavis | 12/10/10 6:47 AM

In a recent blog post, Symantec's Kevin Haley offers a comprehensive list of predictions about the direction of Internet Security in 2011. Among the predictions are:

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