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Date February 25, 2021
Category Articles
Avatar Erwin Dey
Date February 25, 2021
Category Articles
Best Free Managed DNS

There are several features to consider first when choosing the best free managed DNS service. With the globalization of data, new threats are waiting to take down a business. This is the exact time when using a reliable managed DNS Hosting will support the redundancy of resources,

Date February 4, 2021
Category Articles
Avatar Erwin Dey
Date February 4, 2021
Category Articles
What is DNS Security

The Domain Name System (DNS) design does not offer proper security protocols, which becomes an issue over time and by growing technologies. Although as mentioned in our article “What is DNS?”, DNS is responsible for converting domain names to IP addresses, it cannot provide internal security solutions.

Date February 1, 2021
Category Articles
Avatar Erwin Dey
Date February 1, 2021
Category Articles
What is Managed DNS?

Do you remember the time when the internet territory was quite small and simple? Back then, it was so much easier for people to connect specific IP addresses to specific computers. Once more devices and people joined the internet network, this process became much more difficult. Consider that

Date January 16, 2021
Category Articles
Avatar Erwin Dey
Date January 16, 2021
Category Articles
What Is the Difference Between DNS and Managed DNS?

A Domain Name System or DNS is a system that converts alphabetic names into numeric IP addresses. DNS translates or resolves the domain/web names into IP addresses. While people use domain names for simpler web navigation, computers use IP addresses. Computers communications are based on using specific numbers,

Date January 5, 2021
Category Articles
Avatar Erwin Dey
Date January 5, 2021
Category Articles
What is DNS?

To explore the real answer of what DNS is and how it works, let’s start with a basic example. Computers communicate with each other by using specific numbers or IP addresses. If users want to visit a website, they don’t have to enter the long IP address; instead,