Infoblox (NYSE:BLOX) helps customers control their networks. Infoblox solutions help businesses automate complex network control functions to reduce costs and increase security and uptime. Our technology enables automatic discovery, real-time configuration and change management and compliance for network infrastructure, as well as critical network control functions such as DNS, DHCP and IP Address Management (IPAM) for applications and endpoint devices. Infoblox solutions help over 7,100 enterprises and service providers in 25 countries control their networks.

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Latest Content From Infoblox

Webcast: Are you prepared for the Internet of Things?

by InfobloxApr 30, 2015

Technology pundits say that the Internet of Things will revolutionize our daily lives, linking everyday objects to the Internet and giving us the ability to control and monitor our thermostats, appliances, cars, and much more. ?But is the Internet ready for the influx of new devices? ?Do we have the address space to accommodate them? ?Can we connect them securely?Infoblox commissioned a survey of networking professionals in the U.S. and U.K. and asked them about IoT preparedness, and you might

Whitepaper: How to Get the Most out of DNS in an Active Directory Environment

by InfobloxJun 01, 2014

By enhancing DNS services provided to Active Directory (AD), IT organizations see immediate benefits in performance, speed, and accuracy of data across DNS and AD. Read this white paper to learn how to transform your Microsoft environment today.

Whitepaper: Best Practices for Successful IP Address Management (IPAM)

by InfobloxJun 01, 2014

With trends like virtualization and BYOD making networks more complex, the need for accurate and dynamic IP address management (IPAM) is growing. Learn how to implement an IPAM solution that centralizes information to create highly efficient teams.

Whitepaper: Creating the Best-of-Breed DDI Solution in a Microsoft Environment

by InfobloxMay 16, 2014

Microsoft Active Directory (AD) is great for managing Microsoft tools. But in the age of virtualization, cloud, and mobility, you need best-in-class DNS and DHCP management utilities for core network services. That's why 1000's of network teams have added Infoblox DNS, DHCP, and IP address management (DDI) to their Microsoft environment. By doing so, they enhance the availability, manageability, security, and efficiency of their networks. Read this white paper to learn how adding Infoblox DDI to

Whitepaper: Designing a Secure DNS Architecture

by InfobloxMay 16, 2014

In today's networking landscape, it is no longer adequate to have a DNS infrastructure that simply responds to queries. What is needed is an integrated self-protecting DNS architecture that also enables smart growth. DNS is essential to any organization. Without a working DNS protocol, it would be almost impossible to have an Internet of Things that communicate with each other. Without a proper DNS infrastructure, your organization would not have a presence in cyberspace. Ecommerce companies

Whitepaper: Protecting DNS Infrastructure-Inside and Out

by InfobloxFeb 20, 2014

DNS has become a key part of enterprise networks and is used constantly to perform business-critical functions. Unfortunately, it has been largely overlooked in efforts to protect IT infrastructures and is increasingly targeted by hackers. A comprehensive solution is now available to protect against both types of attacks that exploit DNS-attacks from outside aimed at bringing the network down, and attempts by malware planted on internal servers to exfiltrate sensitive information. Read this

Whitepaper: A Cybercriminal's Guide to Exploiting DNS for Fun and Profit

by InfobloxFeb 20, 2014

Stories about devastating cyberattacks are plaguing the news every week. You might be thinking your network is secure. You have a sophisticated, layered, defense-in-depth strategy in place. Your customer data-and your business reputation-are undoubtedly secure, but is it? Take a look at yourself through the eyes of the cybercriminals who are making today's headlines. They know that there is a hole in most defenses and how to exploit it. Carrying out a DNS attack is relatively simple for the bad