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Zone

1. See: Free trade zone.

2. In marketing, an area that a single sales representative or team of sales representatives are assigned to cover. A sales representative whose zone is, for example, Oklahoma, is not allowed to try to sell products in Texas and vice versa. This helps prevents sales reps from competing with each other for commissions.
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Besides providing basic details such as the nameservers of a domain name, DNS Health also includes information about a domain name's parent servers, SOA records, MX records and also SPF records, which are often overlooked when creating DNS records for a domain name.
We gain all the advantages of a managed service while retaining granular control over our DNS records," said Ron Rivet, Network Operations Manager, Amica.
Utilizing the UltraDNS advanced management portal, Knight Ridder Digital can seamlessly modify DNS records and have the changes propagated globally in near real-time.
In addition, Go Daddy will support its customers by offering a DNS "Wizard" within its domain name management software that will allow current Go Daddy customers to publish their own DNS records easily, no matter what ISP they use to actually send emails.
Centralized DNS Management: Control DNS records of all customers' domains from a single point.
lt;p>The company's IT department will change DNS records today on its internal network so all its identity federations are handled through its Geneva server environment rather than the current five Active Directory Federation Servers (ADFS) the company runs, according to Brian Puhl, a technology architect for Microsoft IT.
We commend e-Dialog for helping to support the SPF protocol by publishing the DNS records of their servers" said Carl Hutzler, Director, AntiSpam Operations, AOL.
It's great to be able to control my own DNS records in such a safe environment," said Rick Foote of Public Strategies, Inc.
For website fail-over protection, UltraDNS monitors a customer's hosting environment and dynamically updates DNS records so that end users are directed to a secondary location.
DNS Expert already has the ability to provide complete analysis and problem-solving for Internet and Intranet zones and analyse DNS records on all server platforms.
Manual DNS error tracking and validation of DNS records is often
By dynamically updating DNS records based on real-time indicators within a customer's environment, UltraDNS is able to redirect traffic to a secondary location.