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5 Reasons Why Your Online Business Needs Website Monitoring

Posted on December 1st, 2021 by Allie Decker in Monitoring, Security

Online business website monitoring

In an age where the internet and eCommerce have such a massive influence on consumers' lives, no business can afford to have an unreliable website. It is as simple as that.


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.


How to Optimize Your Cyber Security and Performance Monitoring Tools Using Load Balancing

Posted on November 8th, 2021 by Nicholas Rubright in Monitoring, Security

Load Balancing

The capacity to scale and process high data traffic by monitoring appliances is critical for organizations aiming to enhance or improve their security and protection from external threats. Excessive incoming traffic demands high monitoring capabilities as it overwhelms the monitoring tools and places computational bounds that increase exponentially.


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.


How to Start a Hosting Company in 2022: Server, WHMCS, TLD

Posted on October 20th, 2021 by Simon Rodgers in Tech, Guides, Explainer

Hosting company

The forced transition of all business forms to remote work has created a high demand for hosting. To survive in the new conditions, even small coffee shops create their own web pages using the services of hosting providers or B2B eCommerce hosting platforms. Meanwhile, certain technical features of hosting do not allow one company to monopolize this relatively new services market. All this makes hosting service providing a good form of business to this day.