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The Brand New Chrome Transaction Recorder Is out, Part 2

Posted on November 26th, 2013 by Robert Close in Tech

We have already created a sample transaction and now we will review the reports and settings option for every step of the transaction.

If you click on the Chart icon (play statistics),

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The Brand New Chrome Transaction Recorder Is out, Part 1

Posted on November 25th, 2013 by Robert Close in Tech

We have finally launched our stable version of the Chrome transaction recorder. If you need to record a transaction and you do not know how to create one, this tool will make your life much easier.

You can directly go to Chrome.google.com/webstore and search for WebSitePulse. Or, you can go to the Chrome manu -> Tools -> Extensions, and search for our add-ons.

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WebSitePulse Survey Results

Posted on November 20th, 2013 by Boyana Peeva in Tech

We have recently conducted a survey asking our clients to share their experience with our services. The purpose of the survey was to gain detailed feedback on the level of satisfaction among them and the popularity of each of our services. As a show of appreciation, we promised those who spared 10 minutes of their time to fill out the survey, to be included in a draw to win one of three $100 Amazon gift cards.

See the questions and answers now:

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Security and Vulnerability Monitoring

Posted on November 14th, 2013 by Robert Close

Security monitoringHave you ever wondered whether you have configured your servers and firewalls properly and according to the latest security standards? Are you aware of the new exploits that can harm your system and the available updates that will secure your applications and servers?

Vulnerability monitoring can give you a peace of mind regardless of how secure your servers and firewalls are. 

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Setting up Device Contacts, Push and Google Cloud Notifications

Posted on November 13th, 2013 by Robert Close in Tech

iOS / AndroidIf you are using our iOS and Android applications, you are able to receive notifications directly to your phone - free of charge - as long as your device is connected to the Internet.

And here's how you can set up contacts, push notifications and Google cloud messaging notifications on your iOS and Android devices:

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