E-mail is and remains an important means of communication. There are all sorts of alternative messaging services such as Snapchat, Messenger, WhatsApp, even with video, such as FaceTime. But that requires your correspondent to use the same program, and to have an iPhone or Android device.
75% of entrepreneurial Belgians opt for .be above any other domain name extension. This is the conclusion reached in a market research carried out by Insites Consulting for DNS Belgium. It would appear that Belgian entrepreneurs choose .be with every right and reason.
Children are spending more and more time online: in fact from the age of eight, they may be spending several hours a day on their devices. And virtually all youngsters use social media, doing their homework early at primary school on a tablet via an app or on a website.
As of Wednesday 27 June, DNS Belgium is automatically showing a picture of a missing child on its 'Page not found' web page (also known as a 404 page). In doing so, DNS Belgium supports Child Focus in the search for missing children.
Increasingly, companies communicate with their users through social media such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, etc. However, having your own website is still necessary. We explain why and what the possibilities are.
A good domain is worth money – at times, a great deal of money. This has over the years led to certain practices concerning domains that would raise eyebrows. One of these is reverse domain hijacking. What is it exactly, and how can you guard yourself from it?
There are different methods to obtain a domain name. One of them is domain drop catching – registering a domain name once its registration has expired. How does it work and where lies the danger for you?