On this blog we write a lot about different vulnerabilities that could lead to site compromise. In our Learning Center we go deep on a myriad of important topics related to WordPress security. Our handy checklist, for example, includes 42 items you really should be paying attention to. But surely not all 42 items are equally important, right? In today’s post we dive into some very interesting data we gathered a couple of weeks ago in a survey, letting the facts tell us what matters most.
For businesses deploying on-premises Exchange, adding additional services such as email archiving and email security can be expensive and costly. But meeting the “New Standard” doesn’t have to be expensive.
When deploying Exchange in the cloud, businesses can easily offload hardware and electricity costs, reduce IT complexity and increase overall security.
The ecosystem around email has changed significantly and dramatically in just the last couple of years. Huge new business risks have come to the forefront. (if you don’t know what those risks are, read our first post of this series 5 Ways Your Email Could be At Risk
Today, there’s a “New Standard” for business email—one that requires servers to protect your business against everything from phishing attacks to legal challenges to the risks of an unpredictable climate. To mitigate these risks, your business must embrace these three key changes to your email infrastructure:
WordPress is the most popular and widely used website platform in the world.
Maintaining WordPress websites, themes and plugins comes with some challenges especially, if you are not familiar with backing up a WordPress website or keeping the WordPress installation itself up-to-date.
Sometimes an update to WordPress, plugins or themes can have undesired consequences to site functionality and may be difficult to undo particularly if the site has been customized.
Google Places for Business
Listing your business on Google Places for Business should be at the top of your priority list. Google outperforms every other search engine by a long shot. In fact, Google receives nearly 6 billion searches per day.
Registering for a business listing on Google is easy and free
Business listings appear in Google Maps
Happy customers can leave reviews on your Google+ page
Create your Google Places for Business listing.
What is a mobile-friendly site? Thankfully, it’s pretty easy to find out. Just run your website through Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test page.
Starting April 21, you’re going to witness a huge algorithm change. In fact, the algorithm change will have more of an impact than Penguin or Panda.
Welcome to the Dynamic Cloud
Dynamic Concepts announces the immediate availability of a comprehensive suite of Managed Cloud Services to provide customers with new choices for their IT infrastructure. Dynamic selected Amazon Web Services [AWS] to host the Dynamic Cloud, as Amazon is by far the largest and most advanced cloud infrastructure available.
AWS allows Dynamic to offer a broad set of global compute, storage, database, analytics, application, and deployment services to help your organization move faster, lower IT costs, and scale applications. These services are trusted by the largest enterprises and the hottest start-ups to power a wide variety of workloads including: web and mobile applications, data processing and warehousing, storage, archive, and many others.
ProStores is shutting down on February 1, 2015
As you may already know, ebay announced that ProStores is closing down by February 1, 2015. This decision has left every ProStores customers searching for solutions and answers.
Dynamic Concepts Experience & Support
Dynamic Concepts has been a trusted reseller of ProStores for years. Dynamic Concepts have been installing, designing, customizing, and managing ProStores websites for nearly a decade. We understand what it takes to migrate your ProStores to a solid ecommerce platform painlessly. Your store will function properly, and will continue to generate revenue in no time.
Leveraging Legacy Applications to improve ROI and your bottom line
While legacy applications often suffer from a perception of inflexible or archaic design, the truth of the matter is that these applications are some of the most proven, resilient, ingenious, streamlined and thin-client applications that continue to drive business into the 21st century and beyond. However, as formidable as these Legacy Applications have become, today’s end-users expect web-based and mobile ‘app’ ease-of-use. Unbeknownst to most users however is that often a Legacy Enterprise Application is the foundation of the very mobile ‘apps’ relied upon today. Indeed, the ability to leverage a robust Legacy Application to web-based end-users should be considered a valuable asset rather than a liability.