Website Hosting & Domain Registration
Biz-Zone Internet Group uses professional hosting services for all our websites to ensure that our clients' are set up for success by using dedicated hosting facilities. After 12 years as professional web developers, we are confident that the facility we use provides the best price/performance balance in the industry, and we have found over the past several years of setting up clients and our own websites on their systems that they continue to perform as promised.
We believe the distinction lies in their dedication to technically superior services, as well as a commitment to service that makes us confident our investment in the infrastructure on their servers is safe. The server administrators are constantly monitoring developments in the security industry and patching and upgrading systems as soon as exploits are detected.
Domain Name and other services
We are OpenSRS resellers, allowing us to provide you with other value-added services such as domain name registration and management, hosted email and standalone email filtering as well as SSL certificates.
As an OpenSRS Reseller, we are bound by a number of obligations under the 2009 Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA) between ICANN and its accredited registrars.
Recently, ICANN finalized and published a new document titled "Registrants Rights and Responsibilities." The 2009 RAA included a provision that would require both registrars and their resellers to link to this new document from their website as a way both educate and protect domain registrants by ensuring they understand their rights and responsibilities when it comes to their domain names.
What is the "Registrants Rights and Responsibilities" document?
This new document was created by ICANN, in consultation with registrars, and identifies available registrant rights and responsibilities.
The published document is the result of initial input from a joint working group of the Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) Council and the At-Large Advisory Committee and subsequent consultations with the registrars.
The aim of this document is to provide a "plain language" summary of registrant rights and responsibilities that currently exist under the 2009 RAA.