Tuesday, June 09th, 2009 | Author:

Big companies and small businesses thrive on website uptime. Uptime is how long your website is up. Most businesses overlook this which leads to missed opportunities and lost revenues. One’s website credibility is greatly affect whenever your site is down. This is what we call as downtime. Just imagine if your website is up 24/7? Different factors lead to downtime and it’s always better to be alerted before your entire server crashes. And if ever this should happen, at least your IT people already have an idea of what caused it.

It’s wise to have server monitoring to ensure a smooth operation. The good news is that there are now companies offering this service. It greatly lessens the load of your IT personnel and they can perform other maintenance work on your network. Even your emails can be monitored. Up to the minute scanning is available with remote access in the  USA and UK. It also supplements your security system as it can detect hackers.

With this service, you will be notified of expiry dates with regards to your certificates as well as you domain. Things like these are very important to ensure a continues operations. No need to be edgy all the time. Server monitoring will give you that peace of mind and a deeper pocket.

Category: Monitoring
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