As previous news articles have covered before here, virtualization technology has soared in popularity in recent years. Nvidia is no exception – they have recently announced the release of a new virtualization technology-based feature called GameStream Co-Op for their GeForce Experience PC software.
Microsoft released the third technical preview of Windows Server 2016 yesterday, with an exciting new feature – Windows container support. This article explains the function and nature of containers, how they’re commonly used, and why they’re so important for applications in the cloud.
The final version of Windows Server 2016, the OS version of Windows 10, is scheduled for official release in early 2016. Next week, Microsoft is also expected to release WS2016 Technical Preview to its Windows Insider testers. Ahead of these official release dates, however, several screenshots of the new system (and the build itself) have […]
On August 6, Mozilla released a security update to address a vulnerability uncovered by a Firefox user. The user discovered an ad on a Russian website was using a Firefox exploit that scanned for sensitive files, then sent them to a server in the Ukraine. Mozilla promptly released a fix for the vulnerability, advising all […]
Windows 10 was launched in over 190 countries on July 29, and has already attracted millions of users. Because NetFire is committed to providing a reliable hosting environment, we want to offer our clients the most industry-leading software. That’s why we are now offering Windows 10 enterprise licenses for our private cloud customers. If you would […]
Earlier this week, the Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) patched a critical security flaw for BIND, which could have allowed hackers to disrupt large swathes of the internet. This article explains how Domain Name Systems (DNS) work and how the BIND security flaw could theoretically impact users.