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DNS Belgium Moves Backend to the Cloud

DNS Belgium, who run the .be ccTLD domain registry, as well as .brussels and .vlaanderen, is moving its backend to the cloud. The domain registry announced last year that they would be migrating their backend to the cloud. Why? So they can focus on the software and services and not have to concern themselves with […]

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WHIR Holding Events In Amsterdam & London

The WHIR holds networking events at US cities throughout the year which appear to be very popular. This autumn they’ll be holding two such events in Europe. One in Amsterdam and one in London. (This isn’t the first time that they’ve done events in Europe.) The Amsterdam event is timed to coincide with HostingCon Europe […]

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RIPE 69 Registration Now Available

RIPE 69 is being held in November from 3 – 7 in London. Registration for the meeting was opened a couple of days ago. Tickets for the event cost €350, with day passes costing €150. The gala dinner is an extra €50, though based on past experience with RIPE meetings you definitely get your money’s […]

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DotEU By The Numbers

The guys over at EUrid released a nice graphic that gives a summary of key data related to .eu in 2013: At the recent ICANN meeting in London EUrid was firmly focussed on highlighting European businesses that actively use .eu for their websites.     Related articles EUrid Awarded .eu Contract For 5 Years (internetnews.me) […]

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Ed Vaizey’s Speech at #ICANN50

Ed Vaizey, the British minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries, spoke at the opening ceremony for the ICANN public meeting in London. Here’s the video: The official text is here Related articles Biggest Ever ICANN Meeting Convenes in London (technology.ie)

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ICANN Hires CTO

In the run up to the ICANN meeting in London, the organisation announced yesterday that they were hiring a CTO. It may seem a little bit odd that ICANN didn’t have a CTO, so filling that gap was long overdue. The new hire is an old hand in DNS industry circles – David Conrad: Conrad […]

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