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Enom is implementing an update to the Transfer Policy effective December 2016

How we’re implementing ICANN’s new Transfer Policy

Back in June, when ICANN announced the official compliance date for the Transfer Policy (formerly the Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy), we posted an article describing the new process that would take place whenever certain domain registrant information is changed. We also promised to update all of our customers, partners, and resellers once we knew our exact […]

Experience the Power of Two-Character Domains Starting September 14

In our recent post about Platinum domains, we mentioned that short and memorable domains are often considered the most valuable. Two-character domain names—that is, domains with just two letters and/or numbers to the left of the dot—certainly fit in the “short” category, and this quality often makes them much easier to remember, too. Until this […]

Google Apps for Work Now Available Through Enom

Enom’s roadmap for the year has been focused on modernizing the user and developer experience. When we were founded almost 20 years ago, there was no such thing as a full online suite of productivity tools for business. Fortunately, in 2016, email, video chat, calendars, documents, spreadsheets, and cloud storage are all made to work […]

The Enom Evolution

Have you been to enom.com today? You might have noticed a few changes from the site you’ve gotten used to for all these years. Yes, you’re looking at a new logo, a new homepage, and brand new features that make registering domains easier than ever. It’s all a big step in our strategy to modernize […]

Changes to the Domain Transfer Policy Coming in December

Last week, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the organization that effectively governs Internet infrastructure, announced an official date for a new policy regarding domain name transfers for all gTLDs (non-country code domains). The change will go into effect for all users onDecember 1, 2016. While six months may seem like a […]