Browse Blog Posts In Category “Community”

Customer Success Update: Our First Customer Advisory Board Meeting

Last week, we brought together a dozen senior security executives from some of our most strategic customers for our inaugural customer advisory board (CAB) meeting. The purpose of this meeting was to gather thought leaders across…

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Five Questions: Your Top Support Requests...Answered!

Hi, I’m Alexander Harrison, a customer support representative here at OpenDNS. My job is to ensure that all of your questions and challenges are met with the answers needed to get OpenDNS working for you. In this blog post,…

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Getting to Know Our Customers — Observations From the Road

For the past few weeks, much of my time has been spent working (securely!) from airports, hotels, and customers’ conference rooms across the country. Despite a few customary travel challenges, my weeks spent on the road have…

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OpenDNS Gives Back

Here at OpenDNS, our core mission has always been to make the world a better place—mostly by helping people everywhere connect to the Internet with confidence. But why stop there? In San Francisco, our beautiful home city, there…

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Always Be Advancing: An Update from Customer Success

In my last/first blog post, I mentioned kicking off an initiative to start boosting the volume and quality of value-added communication with our customers. The customer success team has been working hard to see this vision…

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OpenDNS Is Heading to Vegas!

It’s no secret that the end of July/beginning of August means one thing in the world of information security: it’s party time. Hackers, suits, and sheep alike are heading to Vegas for the conference trifecta of Black Hat,…

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Password Security Is as Easy as 1234567

Open Sesame! Passwords have existed in one form or another since ancient times. Once used to keep evildoers out of encampments, they now protect our data and identities from modern-day criminals. Apps, online accounts, ATMs, and…

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Code Community: OpenLate Goes International

About every two weeks since February, OpenDNS has been hosting its OpenLate meetup at our San Francisco office. From 7PM to Midnight, we invite programmers to hang out in our office and work on their own projects. Engineers at…

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Code Community: Introducing OpenLate @ OpenDNS

OpenDNS HQ is located in the heart of San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood, which is known for technology startups. During the day, coffee shops are filled with coders building the newest technology – but around 7PM or so, these…

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Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

I remember thinking to myself when I first started working at OpenDNS, “Man, I am really enjoying this job and this company. It’s gonna be a sad day when I no longer feel like working here anymore.” This was a reference to…

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