Things ain’t going great at DNS.be. A few weeks ago Marc Van Wesemael (CEO) and Peter Janssen (CTO) already decided to leave the company. Today we received the message that Jan Jansen (Chief Operations), Geert Debyser (Chief Software Development) and the spokesman Hans Seeuws are leaving the Belgian domain administrator.
These latter three would resign because they are focusing on a new project. The project Geert Debyser, Jan Jansen and Hans Seeuws are going to launch, is a kind of consultancy around DNSSEC. The new security protocol, which must be implemented in 2010, is a more or less watertight solution to defending the integrity of the domain name system.
There are also other rumors about the reason of departure of almost the entire management. ‘It’s said that they would no longer be reconciled with the way things go within the organization. The Board is planning to turn DNS.be into a cheap as possible company and many people have difficulties with this approach,’ says an internal source.
These rumors are, however, formally denied by Jo Van Gorp, manager ad interim of DNS.be. ‘Recently the budget for 2010 was approved by the Board of Directors making available more money for investments than the previous years and allowing DNS BE to further develop the high-quality service it has been offering to you for years,’ says Van Gorp.
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This post was written by lieve on January 7, 2010