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.

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Top 5 Tools to Test Your Website in 2022

Posted on January 26th, 2022 by Lindsey Allard in Monitoring, Tools, Lists

Top website testing tools

The reliability of a website affects its earning potential, as every second in the digital world counts. According to a study by BCG and Ryte, every second of loading speed costs from $3,000 to $9,000, depending on the eCommerce industry.

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The Top 9 Website Monitoring Tools in 2022

Posted on December 9th, 2021 by Meenz Nautiyal in Monitoring, Industry News, Tools, Lists

Top website monitoring services in 2021

Every business owner understands the importance of website monitoring. It is essential to avoid performance and availability issues on websites. A great start would be to examine every aspect of your web infrastructure.

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10 Most Common Mistakes to Avoid Before Starting Your Website

Posted on April 16th, 2020 by Alyse Falk in Lists, Guides

10 mistakes to avoid before building a website

There is so much to think about when it comes to building a website. And in this case, you can certainly learn from the mistakes of others. What are the common mistakes when planning a website, and how can you play it safe? Having analyzed dozens of websites, we've come up with the ten most common mistakes to avoid before starting your website. Make sure to tune in, and let's get started.

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11 Different Types of Spoofing Attacks to Be Aware Of

Posted on February 14th, 2020 by David Balaban in Lists, Security

Spoofing attacks

In terms of cyber-attack vectors, spoofing is exactly what it sounds like. This term embraces a series of techniques aimed at masquerading an attacker or electronic device as someone or something else to gain the victim’s confidence. Whether it is used to deceive a user or to manipulate a computer system, this multi-pronged phenomenon is often at the core of social engineering hoaxes in general and phishing campaigns in particular.

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