Reliable web hosting is a critical part of building a website, and the company you choose to host your website matters. Customers want the ability to access every part of your website at any time of the day or night, so you want to make sure it’s in the right hands.
Computer security often isn’t thought about until a problem arises – and at that point, a break in security can cause harmful and potentially major problems. Because we all want to keep our computers and information safe, we have some answers to some frequently asked questions about potential security issues and how you can prevent them from happening to you.
So here you are. You probably got here one of three ways: You’re about to embark on a web development project and are lost with a capital L. Kind of like the TV series… minus the whole stranded on an island part. You’re looking to expand your wealth of website terminology knowledge and thought this might be an exciting read. (You’re 100% correct, by the way.) You were creeping on the Onsharp site or (insert social page) and decided to take a gander at some of our insider tips and tricks.
The WordPress platform powers an astonishing 75 million websites on the Internet, and that number was last updated in late 2016. While there are plenty of WordPress sites run and managed by large companies and publishers, the majority of them are in use by bloggers and small businesses that have little to no IT staff to keep them updated, patched, and secured.
A Customized List of Website Maintenance Tips At #TeamOnsharp, we’re always looking for ways different industries can keep their websites updated. Right now, we’re focusing on the engineering industry and what you need to know about keeping your website well-maintained. Read on to see what you should check yourself for in order to have an updated and reliable engineering website.
At #TeamOnsharp, we’re always looking for ways different industries can keep their websites secure. Right now, we’re focusing on the banking and finance industry and what you need to know about website security. With more than 16 years of experience and deep understanding of security and compliance standards, we know what it takes to build the most secure site.
Google Analytics is one of the best (and free!) analytics tools out there to monitor your website’s success. The catch? It’s only effective if you know how to use it. You’ve probably noticed that your account provides an incredibly in-depth analysis of your website. But if you don’t understand how it works or what to look for, it’s pretty pointless. So where should you start and what should you look for?
Everything on the web should be secure – and that means your website should be, too. Since setting up SSL encryption on a site is a straightforward and inexpensive process, there’s no reason why every website shouldn’t be encrypted.