1. Access to servers with high capacity network connections may cost up to $15.
2. The number of Trojan and botnet servers marks an almost 60 percent increase from 2011.
3. Yelp had their name servers changed to ns1620.ztomy.com and ns2620.ztomy.com.
4. Companies like Facebook and Google buy servers in the thousands to deal with growing workloads.
5. Google would likely buy both ARM and Intel servers for a while.
6. This includes government and private sector servers from every industry vertical you can imagine.
7. Microsoft is also looking to spare email servers the burden of large email attachments.
8. We believe that the servers that still exist could be eroding.
9. They also buy a lot of servers and are looking for systems optimized to run their workloads.
10. I can go to Amazon or Google and have thousands of servers up and running in a few hours.
11. The group has worked on servers and storage in the past, and now is looking at networks.
12. Most of our traffic is served out from servers from user locations.
13. Amazon twice refused to provide data from its servers from the device.
14. We have also never allowed access to our servers, and we never will.
15. The US government does not have the ability to pull that data directly from our servers or network.