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Whois: Brendan Mangus


Corporate Communications Strategist

Brendan Mangus is a Corporate Communications Strategist at Oracle Dyn Global Business Unit, a pioneer in managed DNS and a leader in cloud-based infrastructure that connects users with digital content and experiences across a global internet.

Recent Posts


DNS Traffic Management

Jun 27, 2017 // Brendan Mangus

Velocity San Jose: Same Great Show, Fresh New ...

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Stories

Jun 21, 2017 // Brendan Mangus

Oracle Dyn Introduces Cloud Edge Influencer Program

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DNS Traffic Management+Stories

Apr 20, 2017 // Brendan Mangus

Financial Services CISOs Take Notice – Secure Your ...

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Stories+Tech

Feb 16, 2017 // Brendan Mangus

Digital Transformation Means New Focus On DNS, IT ...

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Stories

Jan 20, 2017 // Brendan Mangus

Event Recap: Why Oracle Is The Fastest Growing ...

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Stories

Dec 22, 2016 // Brendan Mangus

How To Deliver A Predictable, High Performance Service

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Tech

Dec 14, 2016 // Brendan Mangus

Getting Technical With Secondary And Multi-DNS

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Stories

Dec 7, 2016 // Brendan Mangus

4 Reasons Enterprise Will Use Internet Performance Tools ...

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Stories

Nov 29, 2016 // Brendan Mangus

Our Digital Near-Future Relies On Internet Performance

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Stories

Nov 15, 2016 // Brendan Mangus

Forrester Predicts Companies To Go All-In On Digital ...

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Popular Posts


Research

Feb 15, 2017 // Earl Zmijewski

A Baker’s Dozen, 2016 Edition

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DNS Traffic Management

Aug 9, 2018 // Chris Gonyea

DNS: Why It’s Important and How It Works

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