Position Summary: The Case Against ISP DNS

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Position Summary: The Case Against ISP DNS What Is DNS? Why Should You Care? The Domain Name System (DNS) is the critical link for network services between human-readable names and computer addresses. DNS outages and misconfigurations cause website outages, email bouncing and the breakdown of your phone system. Many companies undervalue the importance of DNS management and default to bundled DNS services from their Internet Service Provider (ISP). Regrettably, by relying on an ISP for this service, businesses are likely exposing themselves to continuous outages and performance problems that will affect their websites and general accessibility of online services. Moving DNS to a specialized provider will increase uptime and prevent revenue loss while reducing the hidden costs of DNS maintenance. page 1

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