Traditional SSL certificates provide security for a single fully-qualified domain name. Wildcard certificates can cover all first-level subdomains of a domain. UC Certificate, also known as SAN Certificate, with Subject Alternate Names (SAN) allows hosting multiple SSL-enabled websites on a single server eliminating the need for binding different IP addresses to different SSL certificates.
A single Unified Communications Certificate / SAN Certificate can cover many different domains - that's less than $300 for a single certificate covering up to 3 domains (PRICE per domain per year thereafter).
Discover all certificates on your network, regardless of provider, to enable remote management of your entire certificate inventory.
Generate and submit a CSR, complete domain validation and automatically install your certificates in a few easy steps.
SSL certificate management tool consolidates disparate processes of getting a certificate installed into a single, easy to use interface.
Get reminders when certificates are due to expire and utilize a built-in chat feature which allows you to speak directly with support.
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