This week No-IP was honored with a spot on the Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies for the third year in a row.
At No-IP, we understand it is our customers who help us achieve honors like this. Without all of you, we wouldn’t be here today. We want to thank you for helping our business grow into what it is today.
We are among 21 other companies based in Nevada to make the list and are to make the list three years in a row. This honor makes us a part of an elite group of companies like GoPro, Loot Crate and Patagonia, who continue to grow and succeed in each of our industries.
The No-IP team of works extremely hard to continue providing the best Dynamic DNS in the world and making a list like this confirms we are doing our jobs. Over the past 3 years, No-IP has seen a 104% increase in revenue. We have also added 4 new members to the team. No-IP has come a long way from its early days in a dorm room and we appreciate all of you for helping us get here.
You can see our ranking and stats by visiting our Inc. profile page. The entire Inc. 500|5000 list is available on Inc.com.
Dynamic DNS can be a hard concept to understand. Trust me, I get it. If you had asked me two years ago what Dynamic DNS was, I would have said something like, “Uh Dynamic DN… What?” Dynamic DNS is what we use to help you access devices like routers, cameras, and DVRs. So how exactly do we do this? Continue Reading
Last week, a router manufacturer lost access to two of its customer-facing domains. They use these domains to give their customers access to their router configurations.
The reason for the loss was a simple oversight; the company did not remember to renew their domain names in time. When they realized the error, it was already too late. Someone had already registered their expired domains using an anonymous domain registration service.
This particular situation has put millions in danger. Currently, when their customers attempt to connect to the domains online, they are redirected to a website that is not affiliated with the company. While that website is not currently a threat, or being used for malicious purposes; it could be in the future. Continue Reading
No-IP is excited to announce the addition of Sam Patterson to the team in the role of Business Analyst. Sam comes to No-IP with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and a minor in Italian from the University of San Diego. Continue Reading
In celebration of Independence Day No-IP will be operating under revised hours on Monday, July 4, 2016.
Our Customer Success team will be responding to support tickets sent (or received) during normal office hours. If you would like to speak to our Customer Success team on the phone, our Priority Support line will be available from 10am-5pm PDT. We will resume normal Customer Success hours on Tuesday, July 5.
If you have a question or need help right away, check out our extensive Knowledge Base for helpful troubleshooting articles and support guides.
Have a safe and happy Independence Day!