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Oct 28, 2019 | By Richard Bashara
Dashboards do their job best when they are a centralized space for the data you need. Not all data, but specifically those key performance indicators that drive the decision making at the top. Uptime.com created a customizable dashboard system that brings that level of personalization to you and your organization.
Oct 21, 2019 | By upadmin
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) in the US. IT departments are tasked with protecting more than ever. Today’s IT department is responsible for creating, maintaining and managing a myriad of systems. Not only do you need to secure internal connections, but you also need to ensure availability for cloud-based applications and your company website. Many of the suggestions below may be already in place.
Oct 11, 2019 | By Richard Bashara
Part of choosing a new website monitoring system should always include trying it out to make sure it’s the best solution for you. That’s why we’ve put together this handy guide. We want you to understand what Uptime.com can do for you and how to test it before becoming a paying customer. Your Uptime.com free trial lasts for 21 days, and we’re here to show you how to make the most of it.
Oct 4, 2019 | By Sharon McElwee
No one likes a slow website. Every IT pro needs to constantly check website speed to keep up with the demands of today’s uber-connected world. Fast websites aren’t just about laptops or desktops anymore. Website users connect from a variety of devices like cell phones and smart TVs. This post will discuss website speed testing, including how often you should test your speed, why one speed test probably won’t cut it, and some tips and tricks related to website speed and performance.
Sep 25, 2019 | By Richard Bashara
Data breaches don’t wait for a convenient time to strike. They sometimes take months to uncover. They are complicated beasts, but once you’ve uncovered them some complex rules kick in that determine when you need to report the breach. Reporting a breach can be a daunting prospect. You’ll need to make a public statement in most cases, you may need to report the breach, and there may be legal requirements.