If it weren't for the domain name system (DNS), it would be difficult to do the things we expect our computer to do these days, like contact each other, display email, or open web pages.
The domain name system allows names to be assigned to internet resources and users independent of the physical location of the resource or user. This is beneficial because domain names are easier to remember than numeric IP addresses.
The U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force each have their own secure information-sharing combat network technology programs. But what if those programs were combined?
Kris Osborn. Fox News. Wed, 02 Sep 2020 19:38:40 GMT.