dns management

The Domain Name System (DNS) is a distributed Internet directory service. DNS is used to translate between domain names and IP addresses, and to control e-mail delivery. All Internet services rely on DNS to work. If DNS fails or is too slow, web sites cannot be located and e-mail delivery stalls.

DNS is the crucial link in your web, e-mail, and online presence. An outage in DNS means that users cannot resolve your domain and are unable to access your website, e-mail servers, or other online services.

Monitoring your online services, such as network availability, web, e-mail, and remote access, can inform network and system administrators of outages before your users notice.

A program of long-term monitoring and management is also critical to your business or organization.

BOWE Company understands the growing complexity of a successful domain management strategy, which requires careful planning and a well-managed implementation.