Jeff Osborn is new EVP
The DNS Company (DNSco) is pleased to announce that industry veteran Jeff Osborn has joined it as Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Osborn’s decades of experience in the technology industry include hardware, software, and service companies. He began his career pioneering with the first commercial Internet Service provider, UUNet. Most recently he has been focused on small-scale manufacturing and 3D printing.
“We are thrilled to have Jeff Osborn at DNSco,” said Kannan Ayyar, President of DNSco and Internet Systems Consortium. “BIND is the most installed nameserver on the planet. DNSco’s mission is to provide enterprise-grade capabilities to this software, including management tools, enhanced security, and performance upgrades for our demanding clients. Jeff is the right person to guide DNSco’s growth to becoming the premier vendor of DNS and DHCP software. His background is one highlighted by massive accelerated growth for technology companies.”
“DNSco is a great opportunity,” said Osborn. “The timing was perfect. I’m looking forward to the role of pioneer again. Our technologies, BIND and ISC DHCP, are tried and true but DNSco elevates our game to a whole new level both internally and for our customers.”
See Jeff Osborn on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/pub/jeff-osborn/0/651/880
DNSco combines a business view and full-service solution with the world-renowned technical excellence of its parent company, Internet Systems Consortium (ISC). DNSco’s products are subscriptions for major ISC software titles, training and consulting for the technologies involved, subscriber-only enhancements to the software, and software support related to their operation as well as advance notifications of security vulnerabilities. In addition DNSco offers various closed-source software products, tools and services. Further information about DNSco and ISC can be found at http://dns-co.com and http://isc.org.
A PDF version of this press release is available here: [Experienced sales executive joins DNSco]