Corporate Domain Management can be complex, costly, and expose enterprise data to security risks. Most organizations admit their domain and DNS change management processes are largely manual, made more difficult by having multiple domain registrars and managed DNS service providers. Without a unified, secure system to manage domains, the DNS, and TLS certificates, organizations are exposed to increased DNS security risks.
In today’s digital landscape, organizations own and manage hundreds, even thousands of domains and subdomains. Each domain is subject to:
Typical change management tools used by enterprise for this mission-critical digital infrastructure are often rudimentary. All too often, domain administrators rely upon email threads and spreadsheet lists as their domain management “solution.” Lacking a unified, systems-based approach to domain change management, organizations create manual processes. Domain and DNS service providers offer administrative portals, but these are fragmented, non-integrated, and lacking in a unified security environment. The result is costly and error-prone manual processes, inefficient use of IT resources, and DNS security exposure.
AuthenticWeb solves domain-related change management problems by integrating domain management, DNS, and TLS certificate platforms to a single control hub. Connect to your choice of DNS service providers OR we can provide direct integration between our domain management platform and enterprise-grade DNS, partnering with Dyn (an Oracle Company.) Either way, your IT staff and Digital Marketing team will thank you. Integrating domain management with DNS on a single control system is easier, more efficient, secure, and compliant.
The CBC owns a corporate domain portfolio of several hundred domain names. The CBC held their domains with a large corporate registrar and was not satisfied with the service and value they were receiving. In addition, they utilized several DNS services both on legacy internal DNS systems and third party Managed DNS services.Read case study