DNSstuff.com Adds Service

DNSstuff.com has launched a new membership option with enhanced tools

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

December 13, 2006

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NEWBURYPORT, Mass. -- DNSstuff.com (www.dnsstuff.com), the Web’s premiere destination for DNS and network tools, today announced that it has launched a new membership option with enhanced tools and reporting, as well as a proactive monitoring and alerting service for DNS issues. These new offerings will help provide the one and a half million IT professionals who rely on DNSstuff.com with constant monitoring and knowledge of their networks’ status and security.

There are 76 million domains on the Web, and a user survey by DNSstuff.com shows that the DNS settings for nearly 70% of active domains are improperly configured. These incorrect settings can lead to site outages or improperly routed email, and in the midst of the lucrative holiday season this could mean a large financial impact.

"Reacting quickly to DNS problems is critical to any business. DNSStuff.com's new membership and alerting service will be a great tool to proactively monitor DNS 24x7," said Troy Sorzano, director of professional services, of RippleTech Inc. "At RippleTech we monitor, alert and log all critical events; DNSstuff.com gives us the advanced DNS alerting we require. DNSstuff.com is a vital tool and great educational resource for any IT professional.”


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