How to Effectively Optimize Your Website For Voice Search

Posted on May 5th, 2022 by Severine Hierso in Guides

Voice Search Website Optimization

Talking to a device, a watch, or a virtual assistant is becoming an everyday activity as chatting on the phone. While many of us are used to taking part in a live webchat with a real person, speaking to a computer rather than typing on a screen has been an adjustment. But it's not nearly as unfamiliar an experience as it once was, and it has many advantages.


4 Common Email Problems Businesses Face (And How To Fix Them)

Posted on April 7th, 2022 by Dmitriy Maschenko in Lists, Guides

Common e-mail problems and fixes

Staying on top of deadlines, busy schedules, team organization, and customer needs are challenging. If you add some of the common email problems we discuss in this article, your list of challenges can rapidly grow.


A Comprehensive Guide to Firewall Monitoring

Posted on December 21st, 2021 by Kate Passby in Monitoring, Guides, Security

Firewall monitoring

Securing your company's network against online threats can seem like a daunting task. There are so many different e-commerce security threats, and it can be hard to know where to start or if you're adequately protected against all of them.


7 Things to Check Before Launching a Website

Posted on November 19th, 2021 by Nick Chernets in Guides

Launching a new website checklist

Launching a website is a process that takes numerous essential steps. As the launch date comes closer, the excitement might lead to an oversight here and there. You can prevent this by deploying patience and double-checking every part of your website before it goes live.


What Is Continuous Security Monitoring?

Posted on October 28th, 2021 by Rob Ellis in Monitoring, Guides, Security

What Is Continuous Security Monitoring

Today, organizations rely on computers, the internet, and data to perform operations. What's more, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, employees and businesses now operate remotely. The dependency on computer systems and internet technologies also means that many contractors and vendors have provided IT services and software to the average company. Small, medium, and large enterprises depend on third parties to provide various services over the internet.