When bad DNS really messes things up

When bad DNS really messes things up

According to the Wall Street Journal, and other sources, the Internet was severely disrupted in China for several hours on January 21st as a result of DNS issues. While the true cause of the DNS issues appears unknown (although many blame it on the Great Firewall of China) it always takes issues like these for organizations to realize how critical DNS is to reliable operations on the Internet. At Total Uptime, we understand the importance of DNS. Without it, the Internet would not be what it is today. DNS is our core product, and we operate one of the largest authoritative DNS networks on the planet. When it comes to DNS, we know what we're doing, so why not give our DNS service a try to see how rock solid DNS helps improve your bottom line.

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