Secure Sockets Layer is a protocol that dates back almost as far as the domain name industry itself. Developed in 1994 by Netscape, one of the biggest web browsers in the early days of the Internet to provide authenticated, encrypted data connections between a host and its users.
The starting point for many clients is to understand how their domains are being used. Not all domain names are utilised in the same way. Some may be supporting critical internal applications such as email or VPNs, others may be being used for marketing campaigns across the globe or to support new product launches.
Learn more about our ten principles of effective portfolio management. These have been designed to help us and our clients recognise what’s working well, identify areas for improvement and embed best practice into every domain name team. They are applicable to all domain portfolios, irrespective of size or sector.