5 domain name registration tips for start-ups and SMBs

by Daniel - 21.06.2017

EuroDNS receives enquiries all the time from pre-launch start-ups and SMBs requiring assistance with domain name registration. For the uninitiated, navigating the ins and outs of domain registration can seem like a pretty daunting task. With that in mind, we’d like to share our answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. 

.COM unavailable? See why .ONLINE is a smart alternative!

by Daniel - 15.06.2017

Since its launch in 2015, .ONLINE has ascended the ranks to become one of the most sought after gTLDs in the world. Registered in over 230 countries, .ONLINE has experienced incredible traction, becoming a true star of the new gTLD programme. Learn why this intuitive, easy-to-remember domain name has become so popular.

Our optimised DNS zone page gives you even more control

by Daniel - 08.06.2017

Modifying DNS information from your account is now easier than ever thanks to our newly refocused layout and numerous other practical modifications we’ve made to our DNS zone management page. See how our revamped page is going to save you time and effort! 

What's scarier than a public toilet seat? Free WiFi for starters

by Daniel - 22.05.2017

Most of us see using public toilets as something of a risky venture, but we appreciate their convenience all the same. That said, did you know there's another daily convenience even more questionable than a gas station restroom? Yes, we’re talking about free public WiFi networks that at one time or another we’ve all used.  

Your ransomware wake-up call: be proactive or pay a price

by Daniel - 15.05.2017

Computers everywhere were besieged on May 12th by WannaCry, a vicious cyber-attack which held users’ files for ransom. Hospitals, businesses, and government agencies across the globe were left scrambling to contain the damage. Now, experts say it’s only a matter of time before we see an even bigger, more destructive attack.

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