One of the best statements I have ever heard from an entrepreneur about business and money is that “Money isn’t the most important thing, but it touches everything that is.” What it means is that money makes the world go ‘round. If you want to start a business, you need money for software, equipment, and […]
2017 was arguably the worst year yet for security breaches. In the first half of 2017 alone, there were over 918 reported data breaches compromising over 1.9B data records. And the range of attack vectors utilized by actors was vast, including phishing scams, ransomware, and never-before-seen attacks via compromised IoT devices. But all hope is […]
Recently, a community site known as Myth Weavers suffered a catastrophic database failure. The site, which stores information for a variety of different board games, is – or perhaps I should say, was – widely-used in the tabletop community. Unfortunately, earlier this month, a routine prune by the site’s administrator went horribly wrong.
Do you know where to look for information on Liquid Web service interruptions? We take every precaution to make sure our customers don’t experience issues with their service, but in some rare circumstances mitigating factors beyond our control may have an effect over the reliability you’ve come expect. When that happens, we keep our customers […]
The Holiday shopping season is upon us! While consumers are powering up their laptops, tablets, and phones, retailers should be metaphorically battening down the hatches to prepare for the onslaught of profitable Holiday traffic. Is your eCommerce site ready for the craziness that is the Holiday shopping season? We’re ready to help you prepare your […]
eCommerce is an important revenue source to many businesses, especially with hordes of customers preferring to use their computer or tablet to complete their shopping from the comfort of their home. Security is one of the biggest concerns for customers shopping online. To avoid compromising your eCommerce transactions, you must remain vigilant in your security […]