Website Downtime: Cost, Impact, and Best Solutions

Posted on December 19th, 2022 by Jason Chow in Monitoring, Guides, Explainer

Website is down

Given the advanced digital age we are in now, a website's uptime and availability determine the success of businesses of all shapes and sizes. There are numerous challenges that each organization must face and overcome to ensure business continuity. One of the top in this list of challenges is website downtime.

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Essential Tips to Build a Great Small Business Website

Posted on November 16th, 2022 by Rohan Singh in Lists, Guides

Building small business website

Without an online presence, running a business is no longer possible. You can't rely on only social media to reach out to people and provide all information related to your business. From products, descriptions, prices, and functioning hours.

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5 Website Architecture Tips That You Should Know About

Posted on October 5th, 2022 by David Pagotto in Lists, Guides

Creating architecture

Imagine being lost in a new place, and your maps don't help much. That sounds frustrating, right? Yet, it's precisely how your website visitors feel if you don't have functional website architecture to guide them through your content.

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Best Remote System Monitoring Solutions in 2022

Posted on August 31st, 2022 by Simon Rodgers in Monitoring, Tools, Guides

Remote monitoring solutions

Companies must effectively monitor their assets and networks in today's competitive setting, get the most significant result, and react swiftly to problems. However, such a situation is unusual for companies that continue to run in a traditional, isolated setting. These companies frequently don't have precise asset performance tracking procedures.

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How to Perform Geolocation Testing to Ensure Your Website Works Globally

Posted on August 25th, 2022 by Grace Lau in Monitoring, Guides

Geolocation testing

So, you have launched a website intending to reach a worldwide audience? If you're running a business, this could be the first step to growing your brand. But is your website ready to go global? After all, just because your website works for a user in the United States doesn't mean it will be accessible to a user in Japan.

For one, not everyone speaks the same language. Does your website offer translation for users visiting from different global locations? Not only that, but does your website meet the preferences of various users? People will respond differently to design choices based on their culture.

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