ZDNet Editors

Contributors

ZDNet's crew of editors, reviewers, and tech experts bring you the most up-to-date news and advice on innovation and technology.

Latest from ZDNet Editors

Show search filters
BULLETIN: Nasdaq suffers outage

BULLETIN: Nasdaq suffers outage

Traders were locked out of the Nasdaq exchange for at least 17 minutes before the closing bell Tuesday, preventing them from buying or selling stocks during yet another tremendous rally. Nasdaq officials are expected to comment on the outage within the hour.

November 15, 1999 by in Data Centers

AOL France beset by bandwidth hogs

AOL France beset by bandwidth hogs

America Online Inc. is blaming recent service problems in France on the "passion" of its online customers -- in particular a minority of subscribers who are hogging the service, making the most of their 99F (roughly $14) per month for "unlimited" access.

October 26, 2000 by in Data Centers

Covisint inks deals with Sun, Exodus

Covisint inks deals with Sun, Exodus

Covisint, the online business exchange being cobbled together by the leading automakers, came a couple of steps closer to flicking the "on" switch, announcing deals Monday with Sun Microsystems for servers and software and with Exodus Communications for Web hosting. Exodus will run all of the auto exchange's Web operations globally, including facilities, security, storage and network services.

May 13, 2001 by in Data Centers

Excite@Home suffering major outage

Excite@Home suffering major outage

E-mail and Web connectivity for as many as 25 percent of Excite@Home's 2.3 million customers has been down since late Tuesday night or early Wednesday because of a corrupted domain name service database, an Excite@Home (athm) spokesman said Thursday morning.

November 29, 2000 by in Data Centers

AOL France: Service woes due to Web hogs

AOL France: Service woes due to Web hogs

America Online Inc. is blaming recent service problems in France on the "passion" of its online customers -- in particular a minority of subscribers who are hogging the service, making the most of their 99F (roughly $14) per month for "unlimited" access.

October 27, 2000 by in Data Centers

CommBank customers hit by outages

CommBank customers hit by outages

The Commonwealth Bank acknowledged its automatic teller machine (ATM) and Netbank services were down for "a couple of hours" today and conceded late in the afternoon it was yet to find the cause of the problem.ZDNet Australia  contacted the CBA after receiving reports today from readers that they could not access the services.

November 21, 2004 by in Data Centers