May 13, 2016
Emails have completely taken over traditional methods of communication in the workplace. In the marketing world, they have totally revolutionized communications. Sending promotional material via regular mail is longer a preferred practice. Instead prospective marketers are now using email marketing to reach out to potential customers across the world. Email marketing has grown to become an extremely popular marketing practice. It offers a number of benefits. Here we list a few:
April 8, 2016
For anyone who is aware of the IPv4 market dynamics, you would know that the industry is facing immense challenges right now. Whether you are a buyer, seller or a leaser, there’s constant pressure from the inevitable exhaustion and increasing demand. While there is not much that can be done to prevent the exhaustion, simple steps can be taken to mitigate its current and future effects.
April 4, 2016
In 2015, The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) announced that it had exhausted its pool of IPv4 addresses. At the back end IPv4 played a major role for years in creating and facilitating the internet used by billions of people worldwide. But, with time it brought on board more users and devices that it couldn’t accommodate.
March 29, 2016
With all the discussion about exhaustion, scarcity, fraud, deception on one side, have you ever actually wondered what the differences between IPv4 and IPv6 addresses really are? If not, let us give a brief overview.
August 22, 2015
Today, IP addresses are considered as one of the most valuable business assets. This is the reason why businesses are increasingly investing in creating a robust IP management strategy. Let’s have a look at why IPv4 has become significant for modern businesses.
August 18, 2015
To know why IPv4 number blocks have become such a hot commodity, let us step back a little to look at the history of IPv4. Brief History Internet Protocol Version 4 (or as it is most commonly referred to as IPv4), is the 4th version in the development of the IP (Internet Protocol). IPv4 was also the first version of the IP that was deployed worldwide. Since then it has become the default protocol for the internet. In IETF publication RFC 791, September 1981, IPv4 was described for the first time. This effectively replaced the earlier description RFC 760, January 1980.
August 15, 2015
What is the first thing you do when you find out that something that you need very much is going to go out of availability very soon? Start collecting as much of it as you can, right? The same “technique” could not be applied to everything. Take the IPv4 addresses for example. It was common knowledge that IPv4 number blocks are limited and they are eventually going to run out. But only in the last few years has it been considered a problem to be worried about.
August 13, 2015
When things are scarce or limited, you would notice that they suddenly become extremely sought after. Such is the case with IPv4 number blocks. Though the predictions of IPv4 addresses running out have been around since the 80s, it is only now that people have started taking it seriously. The introduction of IPv6 has given people some hope for the future.
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