No-IP added a new addition to the team this week. Jason Puccinelli, a Reno native, will head the business development team as the new Corporate Development Manager. He hopes to help No-IP grow both in terms of revenue and organizationally as well. Continue Reading
No-IP will work revised hours on Monday, February 15 and will be closed Friday, February 26.
In observance of Presidents Day, No-IP will be working revised hours Monday, February 15. Support will be answering tickets as well as any Priority Support phone calls made from 9 am to 5 pm. We will resume normal support hours at 6:30 am Tuesday, February 16. All other No-IP departments will be closed all day February 15 and will reopen the following Tuesday at 9 am.
All departments, including Support, will be closed all day Friday, February 26 so that the No-IP team can participate in a team training day. We will reopen on Monday, February 29 at 6:30 am. All tickets and support calls will be answered in the order they were received.
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Nothing drives me crazier than getting an email from a company at email@example.com. It looks tacky and unprofessional and makes me wonder if they are a legitimate business or some sort of phishing scam. Usually, it makes me take my business elsewhere. There are many reasons your business needs to use a branded email. Find out what the top ones are below. Continue Reading
Did you know No-IP’s dynamic DNS can be used for more than monitoring your home, setting up a game server and connecting to your private cloud?
It’s true, and one of our customers is using his dynamic DNS in a way we never imagined. He uses it to remote access his tortoise habitat. Continue Reading
Choosing a domain name for a business is exciting and scary all at the same time. You want to make the right choice, while still leaving yourself open to other options in the future. It’s easy to think that the right choice is www.yourbusiness.com, or if that is taken www.yourbusinessnameandcity.com. But there are certain domain name mistakes you may be making that you shouldn’t be. What are they and how can you avoid them in the future? Read on to find out. Continue Reading