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Blacknight ag cur na Gaeilge i Lár an Aonaigh

Coicíos ó shin d’fhoilsíomar físeán fógraíochta i nGaeilge, an chéad uair a bhain Blacknight úsáid as an nGaeilge in ár gcuid fógraíochta. Inniu, táimíd ag cur trí chinn eile leis, mar phoiblíocht don éagsúlacht táirgí atá againn maidir le ainmneacha fearann, leis na h-iarmhíreanna .com, .net, .biz agus .co. Foilseofar físeán eile i gcomhair .me […]

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Warning: This Video contains Acronyms and Technical Specs

… and we make no apology for that! We’ve published a lot of media this week relating to the launch of Blacknight’s new data centre, but one item has attracted a good deal of attention from the hard core technologists.  Originally posted on Technology.ie, this video stars CTO Paul Kelly as he takes us on […]

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Getting Fruity

Over the past few months we’ve been making changes and improvements to our offices here in Blacknight. Our staff are now able to eat a decent lunch in our canteen and if they choose to be unhealthy there’s a vending machine available too. But one of the things that was missing was fresh fruit. It […]

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Hosting In a Global Village

Blacknight is a 100% Irish owned company. It’s something I’m personally very proud of. However we don’t operate solely in the Irish market. We have client in over 100 countries and while most of them might be able to communicate with us and our staff in English, it’s not always a given. Operating from a […]

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Blacknight Urges ICANN to Reconsider “Closed Generic” TLDs

We’ve posted about “closed generics” a few times in the past. What are they? Basically they’re applications for new tlds that have two characteristics: the string (the bit on the right of the dot) is very generic the applicant has stated that they don’t plan on allowing the public to register domains using the extension […]

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