WebSitePulse

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Oct 16, 2020   |  By WebSitePulse
Every year the internet grows vastly in the number of users, servers, websites, e-mail addresses, web applications, social networks, and the web traffic generated between them. Here are some internet statistics as of Q3 2020.
Oct 14, 2020   |  By Beau Peters
5G. You've likely heard a lot about it passing, but what kind of impact will the fifth generation of mobile technology have on your ability to provide a sturdy, fast website? What does this new tech mean for you? As businesses look for ways to integrate this new technology cost-effectively, a primary concern is website monitoring. Without an efficient website that holds up to 5G demands, you could potentially lose business and customer trust.
Sep 24, 2020   |  By Jake Rheude
E-commerce has now revolutionized the way that people shop. But one of the biggest challenges a lot of e-commerce owners face today is website security. Although selling online opens doors for many opportunities, keeping your site safe from phishing, hacking, and other cyber attacks can be a nightmare for a lot of online business owners. Also, the risk is even higher because the choice of security provisions is often beyond your reach.
Sep 10, 2020   |  By Sam O'Brien
Increasing online traffic is the goal for any website managers, developers, or e-commerce website builders. More traffic equals more customers and, therefore, sales. However, it can be too much of a good thing. If you don't take steps to address website or app performance during traffic peaks, it can cause those assets to slow down and ultimately crash. Making you a victim of your own success! Website crashes are a catastrophe for e-commerce stores.
Aug 27, 2020   |  By John Allen
Managing a device network comes with a host of unique challenges covering everything from security to speed. Some of these challenges can be made easier through the use of ping monitoring service or software. Ping monitoring is the act of pinging a device (assessing the time taken for ICMP protocol packets to be delivered to the target host and returned) regularly. If there's no response - or a later response than expected - you get an alert. This time is usually very fast, measured in milliseconds.
Aug 12, 2020   |  By Beau Peters
We live in a high-tech society that has made many things possible. Today, small e-commerce businesses can sell to people wearing their pajamas half a world away. No longer does a business need a storefront to be successful. If you have an in-demand product, you can sell from anywhere with much less on-hand inventory and overhead than you would have needed not long ago. E-commerce has turned dreamers into successful entrepreneurs, and there's no looking back.
Jul 13, 2020   |  By Lianna Arakelyan
Artificial intelligence refers to the machine's ability to learn and think. Given that it sort of mimics how humans think and reason, AI's application is virtually endless. AI reduces human error, do a task that is risky for humans to do, help humans solve complex, and so much more. With the emergence of artificial intelligence, concerns about data privacy have been brought into the light. Artificial intelligence relies on our personal information to learn.
Jul 1, 2020   |  By Jayanti Katariya
TL;DR: Experts working with tech companies discuss a lot about security issues, both internally and with clients. Indeed, no software program or app is full-proof. While technological enhancements help companies and individuals to perform better, they enhance the capabilities of hackers too. Naturally, everybody has to take the necessary steps required to protect their interests, and the most common yet effective way to do it is to change passwords frequently.
Jun 17, 2020   |  By WebSitePulse
The world of email security is experiencing a boost with the emergence of new technologies. Now, you can monitor and evaluate the whole trip your email makes from your outbox to the recipient’s inbox. Not particularly sure how? No worries! We are here to cover everything you need to know about email round-trip monitoring. Also, we will explain why every company (despite the industry they are operating in) should implement email round-trip monitoring.
May 27, 2020   |  By Jason Chow
If you have a website, you almost certainly want it to function at its best. In today's digital age, having a website is essential to businesses of all sizes - and it is just as important to maintain those sites. A well-maintained website is crucial for its optimal performance. If you want to grow your number of visitors, maintain search engine rankings, and improve your branding, it's always best to have a solid maintenance plan in place.

WebSitePulse is a web-based remote monitoring service that keeps a constant watch over your servers and network components, web sites, web applications and email infrastructure 24/7/365. We test and verify whether your devices are connected to the Internet, respond properly and deliver the correct content to your customers in a timely manner. Our monitoring services enable you to increase the efficiency of your business operations and to reduce the risk of failed Internet transactions and loss of revenue.

Our Monitoring Services:

  • Server & Network Monitoring: Looks after your servers and network devices from multiple locations around the world as often as every minute, detects errors and alerts you immediately. It helps you increase server uptime and eliminate the risk of lost revenue resulting from server and network downtime.
  • Webpage Monitoring: Ensures your website delivers the proper page content to the users, and that its download speed is within the industry standards.
  • Web Transaction Monitoring: Detects any issue related to the transactions on your website, so you can minimize the downtime and be the first to know when an issue has occured.
  • Email Round-trip Monitoring: Scans for incoming and outgoing email systems' problems such as delayed or lost emails. It sends a test message to an email address you specify, and then it retrieves it from that mail server in order to detect errors in the process of sending and receiving emails.
  • Vulnerability Monitoring: Scans your servers and firewalls for more than 60,000 known security issues and exploits and provides you with useful information and recommendations on how to make your systems and servers more secure.
  • BlackList Monitoring: Ensures the IP of your mail server has not fallen into one of the major DNSBL (DNS-based Blackhole List) blacklists. It’s vital for your business because if your server is blacklisted, spam filters might block some or all of the emails that your servers send out.
  • Certificate Monitoring: Downloads the certificate from your server and tests its configuration, expiration and validity. Performs OCSP (Online Certificate Status Protocol) and CRL (Certificate Revocation List) certificate verification.

At WebSitePulse we know there are no universal solutions. What might work for one client will most likely be unsuitable for another. We are dedicated to providing the best solution for each client and we are willing to discuss and customize every part of our services.