Businesses rely on the performance, scalability, and resilience of the path to their internet content. So every part of the internet access “chain” needs to operate at full strength—and that starts with DNS services. This paper examines why companies are turning to cloud-based, managed DNS services to ensure that this critical first link in the chain is optimized.
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