Are you thinking about your website security? You should be.
Website security is a major concern for all internet users businesses and their clients alike. Unfortunately the majority of users are either too busy or unaware of the growing issues of cyber crime. Website security should be a major concern for all businesses with a web presence.
We’ve talked about CloudFlare before and now is a good time to recap on CF services; because not paying attention could land your business in hot water.
Snapt accelerator is a high end, powerful and easy to use HTTP and HTTPS content accelerator.
The accelerator works by placing it in front of your web servers caching the content that’s served to visitors. By utilising advanced caching and data compression techniques web accelerator reduces front end server load allowing web servers to handle more visitor traffic and reduce page load times by 50 – 80% and if your running eCommerce or other public accessible sites faster page loads equal better SEO page ranking in SERPS.
Who Needs Acceleration?
Thanks to the Snapt team for this great intro video on “Who Needs Acceleration” providing a quick and easy break down on how the accelerator works and the business benefits.
Virtual Data Centers That Stand Out From The Crowd.
Virtual Data Centers; everyone seems to have one. Let’s take a look at what makes the (vh) VDC offering stand out from the crowd.
Everywhere you look lately providers are spruiking about Virtual Data Centers. Every man and his dog seem to be offering low cost self-service cloud stacks built on a range of solutions from commodity hardware and open source software to enterprise grade servers and commercial software and really there’s a Virtual Data Center solution for every budget depending on your requirements.
Wednesday 24th September and news of a new Linux vulnerability called SHELLSHOCK hits the internet, we wont be going into the finer details of the Exploit you can read an excellent writeup on the CloudFlare blog – ShallShock Inside Shellshock: How hackers are using it to exploit systems as Graham go’s into the finer details and how CloudFlare have pushed out a global fix to subscribers on their network.
All CloudFlare subscribers on all plans including FREE have been protected from the exploit.