DNS users put higher premium on security

Tuesday, 20 November 2007, 12:03 AM EST

Use of Windows DNS Server is falling off dramatically as more users are concerned about the security implications in using the technology.

That's according to research from Infoblox whose annual survey into the state of the DNS market has just been released. The survey found that the take-up of Windows DNS Server had fallen by half, to just 2.7 percent of the market (from 5 percent in 2006 and 10 percent in 2005).

At ARNnet.

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