The Reasons To Use Third-Party DNS Services: The Alternatives To Your ISP

Everyone using the internet must be using some sort of Domain Name System, or DNS for short.

Without realizing it, users of the web use DNS as a protocol which sets the standards for how computers exchange data on the internet as well as many private networks. Its basic job is to turn user-friendly domain names, such as into an Internet Protocol (IP) which computers understand.

These IP addresses are meant for computers to identify each other on a network.