Article category: Domain names

Grab a frankfurter, we're celebrating our new German website!

by Meg - 11.09.2014

Fill your stein and grab a frankfurter, for today we celebrate the launch of our website in German! It’s a big day in the EuroDNS office and after all the hard work we'd like to introduce you to our website in triplicate - English, French and German. Here’s how it all began…

Why you should SWITCH your .CH to EuroDNS before March 2015

by Meg - 09.09.2014

In March 2015, the .CH registry in Switzerland (SWITCH) will end its role as registrar and give its full attention to the operation of the registry. Customers owning .CH domain names will need to find a new registrar. Trying to find a new registrar can be a daunting prospect and we'd strongly recommend beginning the process now to avoid the possible chaos of this mass migration. EuroDNS is here to help by offering our advice and services.

London gets a domain name extension of its very own

by Meg - 22.08.2014

Registering a .LONDON domain name is a shout-out that London is your stomping ground and that you’re a part of this thriving metropolis. The Internet is overcrowded and it’s taking longer for users to find what they want. Searches for local businesses are frustrating and global searches are seemingly endless.  This new extension waves a big red flag to the world saying, “Looking for me? Look no further, I’m in London.”

Protect your domain names with auto-renew - bet Sony wish it had!

by Meg - 11.08.2014

A few weeks ago one of the biggest companies in the world lost one of their domain names. No way! Yes way, it can happen to the best of us, but how? Did it forget where it put it, not pay the bill, wrong contact details, or did it assume someone else was dealing with it? There's no excuse. It’s easy to set your domains to renew automatically and to validate your contact details, here's how...

Two-step verification available to our customers

by Meg - 08.08.2014

The safeguarding of your domain names and personal information is crucial, and with this in mind we’ve introduced a new security feature. Two-step verification (TSV) is an additional layer of protection that prevents unauthorised access to your accounts. Learn how to protect your accounts and slam the door in the face of hackers trying to hijack your domain names.