Are Hackers the Only Threat to Your Site Uptime?

Every business that operates in the online arena, either solely or in concert with a brick-and-mortar establishment, fears hackers. For years, experts have warned that it’s not a matter of if, but when a company will be hacked. If it can happen to mega corporations, healthcare providers, banks, and even government entities that have the highest levels […]

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Best Practices for Systems Backup

The growth of internet operations over the past couple of decades has been extremely beneficial for commercial interests in a number of ways. Not only can businesses now reach a much broader range of prospective customers, but they can offer the convenience of purchasing from the comfort of home thanks to online shopping carts. That’s […]

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What You Need to Know About Ransomware

Everyone knows how important it is to protect a business network from threats like viruses, spyware, and malware. To that end you probably have a strong firewall, antivirus/anti-spyware software, password protection, and perhaps even encryption programs and monitoring services in place. This is all good news for your business and your customers. When you make […]

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Comparing Internal Vs. External Website Monitoring

Any business that relies on the power of its website knows that monitoring is often the difference between minimal downtime and an extended outage. Neither is good in today’s fast-paced marketplace, but the former is definitely preferable over the latter. Website monitoring ensures that your site or application is running at peak performance by auditing […]

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Mitigating the Effects of Website Downtime

Website downtime can be a real momentum killer for your business. When your website isn’t working properly it can mean lost revenue, decreased productivity, brand damage, and might even result in your Google rankings being adversely affected. Downtime of any duration is bad, unfortunately, it’s also inevitable. It can hit the big guy and little […]

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How to Proactively Monitor Your Site Uptime

Traditionally, businesses have relied on customers visiting stores in order to purchase goods or services. This meant having posted business hours and ensuring that the store was open on time to welcome customers. These days the internet has significantly changed the way many companies conduct their business operations. Certainly brick-and-mortar stores are still popular, but […]

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