Thursday, June 29, 2006

tracking technology on the Internet has been around since the very early days of internet. Not many of us use it as individuals? Or do we? I was first introduced to netcraf back in 1996, by my good friend Ishan (where are u dude now). After a long time, I went into the site. Still to find the good old looks and information. Some of the public services which has been long provided by them include, tools to see what web server the site is running on. Example google. And other stats like up times and performances. Its some times very useful to know these kinda information. Loads of new tools or applications is out there to do the same now, but I still find netcraft to be more reliable and something worth to look and use. Some examples include web server surveys

Netcraft is a internet service company based Bath, England and has clients like Aegon, American Express, AMP, Britannic, British Telecom, Cable & Wireless, Capita, Credit Suisse, Dell, Deloitte & Touche, Energis, Elsevier Science, EV1, GCHQ, Google, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Intel, Interland, John Lewis, Keytrade, Lloyds of London, Macromedia, Microsoft, Northern Rock, Oracle, Paypal, Rackspace, Securicor, Sun Microsystems, Verisign, Virgin, Visa, and Vodafone.

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