Jul 29, 2018
New York, NY, USA
Jan 22, 2019   |  By Richard Bashara
A Transaction Check is designed to run through a specific set of instructions and test certain elements on your site. The check interacts with clickable objects or text fields, and can test important elements like: Shopping carts, Login forms, and Landing pages. Before you begin configuration of a check, it’s helpful to run through this list of potential items you need.
Jan 18, 2019   |  By Sharon McElwee
Ecommerce companies completely dependent on the internet for revenue experience increased pressure to provide an always-available, always-working shopping experience for customers. Nasdaq puts estimates for ecommerce-facilitated transactions to be up to 95% by the year 2040. During Black Friday through Cyber Monday 2018, Shopify reported their merchants sold up to $37 million per hour through their ecommerce platform.
Jan 15, 2019   |  By Sharon McElwee
Crashed websites and slow loading pages can be devastating for any site owner. But there’s another type of threat that often goes undetected. A report published by FireEye on Thursday details a particular type of DNS hijacking that allows hackers to easily steal information. These attacks have been going on for approximately two years and involve three different methods that compromise websites without alarming users.
Jan 8, 2019   |  By Sharon McElwee
There’s nothing more frustrating than a website crash if you don’t know the cause of it. When your business income depends on uptime, downtime can feel like a ticking clock. But why is your website down? What can you do to get it going again?
Dec 31, 2018   |  By Sharon McElwee
Already have a monitoring service with your current host? Does your plan include Amazon CloudWatch, Azure Monitor or another proprietary monitoring tool? You might want to check the fine print. These services often provide internal web monitoring only. While they may check HTTP availability from locations outside their network, HTTP checks alone are not sufficient.