Welcome to Big Moccasin Hosting .com

The open enrollment for websites on our personal server is now over.This is now a by invitation signup and you will have to find out ad where ever I post it to be able to sign up. All the other plans on other servers are still there.

I am now selling domain names and more. My prices are as competitive as the the big boys. Check them out in the Buy Cheap Domains and More  link at the top of the page.

If you do not like the hosting deals below I have many more that are with other major hosting companies but you will never get the personal touch from them. I know that personally. I have Servers, VPS, Multi-site, Single sites, Cloud hosting and more available at Big Moccasin Domains .com

Welcome to Big Moccasin Hosting .com.

We will be serving the Southwest Virginia and North East Tennessee area for all of their hosting needs.

Some of the features include cPanel, Softaculous, and Solid State Drives for storage which results in faster access times for visitors all on a Virtual Private Server.

There will only be a limited number of accounts so the service will remain fast. We think this hosting is so good that we will also be hosting our websites here.

Right now we are starting with two account types – a trial account for $1 a month and a basic plan for $5 per month.

Trial
Closed
Disk Quota (MB) 100
 
Monthly Bandwidth (MB) 500
 
Max FTP Accounts 1
 
Max Email Accounts 1
 
Max Email Lists 1
 
Max Databases 1
 
Max Sub Domains 1
 
Max Parked Domains 1
 
Max Addon Domains 1
 
Maximum Hourly Email by Domain Relayed 100
 
Maximum percentage of failed or deferred messages a domain may send per hour unlimited
 
Open enrollment is over. If you want to try this you will need to personally contact us.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Basic
$10 Per Month By Appointment
Open enrollment is over. Accounts are now by invitation only. If you are interested please email us at chrles_osborne@hotmail.com .Or watch for our ads.
 
Disk Quota (MB) 1000
 
Litespeed High Speed Server
 
Litespeed cache for Wordpress Websites
 
Monthly Bandwidth (MB) 1000
 
Max FTP Accounts 2
 
Max Email Accounts 1
 
Max Email Lists 1
 
Max Databases unlimited
 
Max Sub Domains 10
 
Max Parked Domains 5
 
Max Addon Domains 5
 
Maximum Hourly Email by Domain Relayed 500
 
Maximum percentage of failed or deferred messages a domain may send per hour unlimited
 
*This is just the base. Account size can be increased.

How Your Online Business Can Nail Customer Service During the Holidays

The holiday season is upon us once more, and that means many things for your business. On the one hand, you’re about to enter the most lucrative period of the year. However, you’ll also be considerably busier than usual, and will likely need to deal with a much higher number of customer support queries.

To make sure your support can cope with the holiday rush, you’ll want to plan ahead. Strengthening and preparing your support team is key to helping them provide assistance for a huge influx of stressed customers. If you do that, you’ll be able to reap the benefits of the season more effectively.

In this article, we’ll discuss why it’s particularly important to think about the customer experience throughout the holidays. We’ll also offer some tips for how you can prepare your business and support employees in advance. Let’s get started!

Why Customer Service Matters Most During the Holidays

If you’re anything like us, you’re getting busier by the day preparing for the holiday season. However, this isn’t just a time for buying gifts and eating good food. It’s also the most critical period for businesses, as many retailers and service providers make the bulk of their yearly sales during the last few weeks of the year.

However, to make sure your business takes full advantage of this period, you’ll need to plan ahead carefully. There are plenty of ways to ensure that you’re ready for the holiday rush, and one of the most crucial is making sure your customer service will function flawlessly.

Of course, providing high-quality customer support is always necessary. During the holiday rush, however, you will most likely be inundated with even more support queries, questions, and confused customers than at any other time of the year. And because of high stress levels, you’re also more likely to end up dealing with some frustrated and potentially antagonistic customers.

This might sound intimidating. By preparing in advance and making a solid plan, however, you can ensure that your customer service will remain top-notch even under less-than-ideal circumstances. Not only will this help your customers, but it will be a huge benefit to you and your customer service agents as well.

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10 Ways to Prepare Your Customer Service for the Holiday Rush

If you’re wondering: “When should I start to prepare for the holidays?”, our answer is right now! It’s never too early to start planning for the year’s final month, but having a plan in place at least before the beginning of December is highly recommended.

With that in mind, we’re going to guide you through some of the most important steps you’ll want to take. Here are 10 things you can do to prepare your customer service before Santa arrives!

1. Analyze Last Year’s Data

A perfect place to start your planning is to look back at the previous year. This will involve examining the volume and type of customer interactions you received, finding out what the most common pain points were, and trying to understand where your service may have been lacking.

Having this data at hand will be a huge help when formulating a plan for the upcoming rush. You’ll be able to improve in areas where you’ve struggled previously, and you can also preemptively provide information for the most common customer questions. In turn, this will cut down on the number of queries your team has to field.

How you go about doing this analysis will naturally depend on your toolset. If you’re using software like Zendesk or Awesome Support, you can just view the statistics and queries from previous years. You should also liaise with your support and marketing teams, as they’ll be best equipped to tell you where you need to focus your attention.

Here are some vital questions you’ll want to be able to answer:

  • How much larger is the volume of support queries you receive during the holiday shopping period, compared with the rest of the year?
  • What are the most common questions customers have?
  • How are most people choosing to contact you — via email, phone, chat, or some other medium?

Of course, this is by no means an exhaustive list. However, these answers will help you immensely throughout the rest of your preparations.

2. Decide Which Support Channels to Focus On

It’s essential that you know where to focus your attention during the holiday season. At first glance, it might seem like the best route to use every conceivable method of contact, but this can lead to spreading yourself too thin.

Imagine that you have to simultaneously juggle phone lines, live chat, emails, and social media, in addition to updating your content and dealing with orders and shipping. In this scenario, you’ll likely see most — if not all — of those channels suffer in quality. This is especially true if you only have a small support team.

To avoid this problem, you’ll need to consider which channels of communication to focus on. The best way to start is by looking at which channels are most commonly used by your customers. As we mentioned in the previous section, looking at earlier years’ support queries will give you a good baseline to work from. However, you’ll also want to consider which channels are most popular during the rest of the year.

For example, if you find that your customers are primarily calling in or using your contact form throughout the year, it’s fair to assume that these will be the busiest channels during the holidays as well. Knowing this will let you assign more people to handle those channels, and avoid keeping customers waiting.

3. Prepare for Quick Scaling

The truth is that no matter how well you plan, the holidays are never completely predictable. This means you’ll need to have a contingency plan, in case you need to scale up or down with little notice.

For example, what if you face twice as many support requests as you anticipated? You’ll need to be able to assign more time and manpower to deal with them, while also keeping the rest of your operations afloat. In this scenario, you might consider hiring remote seasonal workers to help out.

This is something many companies do to handle the increased volume of work during the holidays. Hiring temporary workers gives you the freedom to change the size of your team at almost a moment’s notice. For example, you could use a service like PartnerHero to outsource some or all of your customer support work during this period.

Naturally, you’ll need to ensure that these seasonal workers have all the assets and information they need, which is something we’ll discuss later on. With the right preparations in place, they should be able to slot into your normal operations with little friction and help you deal with almost any unexpected situation.

4. Keep Your Customers Informed

Arguably the most significant way to avoid customer frustration is to manage their expectations. If your support is changing during the holidays, you need to make that clear as early as possible. They’ll need to be aware of when and how they will be able to contact you.

It’s also smart to let customers know how your other operations are likely to alter. For example, will returns take longer to process, and will they need to wait a bit for responses to their emails? By letting them know what to expect, you can keep them informed and minimize the risk of frustration or hostility.

One strategy you can use to your advantage is sometimes referred to as “underpromise and overdeliver.” The idea is that you prepare customers for potential issues that may arise, but then work to avoid those problems anyway. This lets you exceed their expectations.

Overall, our recommendation is to be honest about what customers can expect and to make any changes clear through as many channels as possible. That includes your website, social media, and even your email list. This will ensure that the bulk of your customers know what to expect.

5. Use Automation to Your Advantage

When the season gets going and you find yourself swamped in tasks, every second will count. To make sure you can use your available time most efficiently, you’ll want to consider automating tasks whenever it’s possible to do so.

For instance, you can create an automated workflow using software like Help Scout. This can be set up to redirect customer queries to the person or team best suited to deal with them. Not only will this save time on your end, but it will also keep waiting times down for your stressed customers.

Workflows also let you handle plenty of other tasks automatically, such as tracking products to let you know right away when stocks are low. You can then deal with the potential issue before it becomes a full-blown problem.

There are plenty of other ways you can use automation during the holidays. One of the best strategies is to set up an AI-driven chatbot that can help you deal with the most common questions. This can dramatically cut down on the amount of time the human members of your team need to spend on customer support requests.

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6. Implement a Triage System for Support Queries

In addition to automating parts of your support system, you can also optimize it by introducing a triage process. This involves sorting tasks and support queries into categories depending on their urgency. You can then prioritize more urgent matters first, while non-emergency tasks can be dealt with later.

Triaging your customer service requests will let you focus your attention on what matters most at any given time. The most pressing and time-sensitive tasks can be dealt with right away, minimizing the risk of making your customers feel frustrated and hostile.

An easy way to do this is to simply categorize each customer query according to priority. If an issue needs to be dealt with immediately, you might label it as “critical,” while if it needs to be looked at within 1-2 hours it could be labeled “urgent.” Issues that can wait a day or two, on the other hand, can be noted as “low priority.”

However, you need to remember that you’ll still have to actually deal with all requests. If you find that you’re never getting around to handling low-priority tasks, you may need to consider scaling your team up temporarily by assigning additional personnel.

7. Update Your Content and Knowledge Base

Earlier, we discussed the importance of keeping your customers informed. However, this extends beyond just letting them know about changes to your schedule. By making sure that all of your content and assets are up-to-date, you can save both customers and yourself a lot of time and hassle.

For example, if you provide a knowledge base with information about your products and services, you can use it to answer most of the most commonly asked questions during the holiday period. In many cases, your support team can simply refer customers to relevant knowledge base articles, answering their queries quickly.

For this to work, you’ll obviously need to ensure that you provide as much documentation and information as possible. It also needs to be thoroughly updated, to ensure that you don’t cause additional confusion among your customers.

If you need to set up a knowledge base, you can use a plugin such as Heroic Knowledge Base. If you already have one, on the other hand, you should perform a content audit well before the holiday rush kicks in. This can also involve reviewing similar resources, such as your FAQ page.

8. Learn How to Help Stressed Customers

The holidays are intended to offer relaxation and fun, but we all know that it can also be a thoroughly stressful period. As such, you’re likely to deal with a few customers who are particularly difficult, frustrated, or even outright antagonistic. The good news: as an online business, you won’t have it quite as bad as brick-and-mortar retailers.

Either way, you’ll need to prepare in order to help customers out and avoid angering them further. Dealing with difficult customers is a delicate task. The most valuable advice we can offer is to train your support team to stay calm and professional at all times, no matter what a customer might say.

In addition, here are some ways you can approach particularly challenging customers:

  • Listen. If the customer feels like they’re being deflected or ignored, they’re only going to get angrier and less responsive.
  • Be quick. Naturally, your goal is to be as fast as possible with all support queries. However, it can be worth prioritizing more stressed customers, to avoid further incident.
  • Treat them like people. We discussed the value of automation earlier, but in tough cases, it’s better to take a personal approach. Make it clear to the customer that you’re handling their issue and care about their frustration, so they don’t feel like they’re being treated as a nuisance.

In short, by listening to the customer and being prepared to meet them halfway, you can usually solve even the most heated of issues.

9. Prepare to Provide Compensation to Customers

In some situations, you may need to compensate customers. Especially in the most volatile or challenging cases, a simple gift can help to smooth things over immensely. Some customers might even demand this kind of treatment.

Providing compensation can help to soften even the most upset customers. It can also win back some goodwill. Your goal is customer retention with the hopes that the customer will consider using your business again in the future, despite their current grievances.

Naturally, you’ll want to be very careful about how and when you compensate customers. In some cases, such as when they’ve received a faulty product, you may be legally obligated to provide a new item or a refund.

However, you can also provide compensation if a customer has had a particularly difficult experience, either with your business or your customer service. This could be in the form of a small gift, a coupon, a discount, or anything else that’s convenient but useful to the customer.

10. Take Care of Your Support Team

Finally, while it’s obviously necessary to take care of your customers, you shouldn’t ignore the people on your own front lines. Beginning on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the holiday rush is a stressful experience for everyone, especially those who have to field questions and requests from wound-up customers.

Depending on the size of your business, you can take care of your support team in several ways. Naturally, you should make sure they have everything they’ll need to do their jobs without incident.

However, it’s also nice to reward your support team further, to show your appreciation for all their hard work. Even something as simple as the occasional gift, like seasonally appropriate sweets and drinks, can do a lot to raise morale during this hectic season.

Customer Satisfaction Made Easy

The holidays are meant to be a time of joy, but it can be hard to feel merry if your customer service is strained. By preparing well in advance, you can put a plan into place, train your team, and inform your customers — providing effective and efficient support as a result.

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WelcomeHosting – 3 New KVM Plans on Sale, starting at $22 a year out of various locations!!!

WelcomeHosting reached out to us with 3 more KVM VPS Specials that they wanted to share. This is KVM VPS Hosting powered by pure SSD.
All of their plans come with the following as a standard: custom Kernels supported, Docker Supported, SolusVM Control Panel, Custom ISO (OS) Supported, KVM Virtualization.

You can find their ToS/Legal Docs here. They accept PayPal, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum as payment methods.

Here’s what they had to say: 

“Nowadays, it seems like it’s almost impossible to find a hosting company that understands its customers by their first name – not just another number. What’s one aspect about home that’s found nowhere else? Feeling comfortable and welcome — and that’s exactly the type of client experience we aspire to deliver here at WelcomeHosting. We offer plenty of different hosting solutions, and we’re always available to help you every step of the way. Welcome to a personalized and worry-free hosting experience!”

Here’s the offers: 

512MB KVM VPS

  • CPU: 1 CPU Core
  • RAM: 512MB
  • RAID-10 Storage: 10GB SSD
  • Bandwidth: 1500 GB
  • 1Gbps Network Port
  • SolusVM/KVM Control Panel
  • Full Root Access
  • $22/year
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1GB KVM VPS

  • CPU: 1 CPU Core
  • RAM: 1024MB (1GB)
  • RAID-10 Storage: 15GB SSD
  • Bandwidth: 2000 GB
  • 1Gbps Network Port
  • SolusVM/KVM Control Panel
  • Full Root Access
  • $44/year
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1.5GB KVM VPS

  • CPU: 1 CPU Core
  • RAM: 1536MB (1.5 GB)
  • RAID-10 Storage: 20GB SSD
  • Bandwidth: 3000 GB
  • 1Gbps Network Port
  • SolusVM/KVM Control Panel
  • Full Root Access
  • $66/year
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NETWORK INFO:

Buffalo, New York – ColoCrossing Datacenter:

Test IPv4: 192.3.180.103

Test file: http://192.3.180.103/1000MB.test

Los Angeles, California – ColoCrossing Datacenter:

Test IPv4: 107.175.180.6

Test file: http://107.175.180.6/1000MB.test

Dallas, Texas – ColoCrossing Datacenter:

Test IPv4: 192.3.237.150

Test file: http://192.3.237.150/1000MB.test


KVM Nodes:

– 2x Intel Xeon E5-2660v2 CPU

– 128GB RAM

– 8x 1TB HDD’s

– LSI Hardware RAID-10

– 1Gbps Uplink

Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

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WordPress VIP welcomes Skylab as a Silver Agency Partner

Today, WordPress VIP welcomes a new addition to our exclusive Featured Agency Partner program: Skylab. Based in Manchester, United Kingdom, Skylab specializes in creating innovative digital products and services for some of the biggest names in sport.

Leading the pack in digital transformation

Skylab’s approach centers on collaborating with clients on their long-term digital transformations and evolutions. Their team has devised strategies and solutions for sports clubs such as Manchester United and Manchester City. Their Formula 1 client roster includes Aston Martin Red Bull Racing and Scuderia Toro Rosso. They’ve also worked with national associations such as England Athletics, Swim England, England Golf, UK Coaching and the British Paralympic Association. Their expertise extends to world federations as well, such as ITTF (Table Tennis), AIBA (Boxing), ICF (International Canoe Federation), FIFA and the International Olympic Committee.

The agency has won numerous awards for their work. Earlier this year, the UK’s Department of International Trade chose Skylab as an “Export Champion.” In 2015, Creative England recognized them as a top 10 “Future Leader” out of a field of over 500 businesses.

A world-class partnership

“Skylab has built an enviable reputation as one of the top international digital agencies in sport. We are looking forward to joining the WordPress VIP family. Together, we’ll bring highly innovative digital strategies and products to the enterprise WordPress space.”

– Skylab CEO Nigel Collier

For more information about the Featured Agency Partner program, or if you believe your agency is a good fit, please visit wpvip.com/partners/agency-partners.

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Improving Backend Performance by 20%

Here’s an exciting update—last week, we converted ~300,000 customer installs to PHP 7.3. These conversions were not undertaken due to any sort of PHP end of life we’re following, or any concerns we have with people continuing to use PHP 7.2. Instead, we initiated this conversion to make sure our customers had access to the

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ArkaHosting – SSD VPS Plans and Reseller Hosting Plans on Sale, discounts of 15% off!!!

ArkaHosting has submitted another offer to us to share. They are offering VPS hosting services, including SSD VPS Plans and Reseller Hosting Plans.

They have let us know that their VPS plans are perfectly configured with the liberty to run any software/OS you may like. Also that all plans are instantly activated, provided you do not trigger any of their automated fraud checks.

You can find their ToS/Legal Docs here. They accept PayPal, Credit Cards, Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ethereum as accepted payment methods for their services.

Here’s what they had to say: 

“arkaHosting is the ultimate infrastructure as a service provider. We have faciliated 1000’s of clients for years with better performed and reliable web hosting services all across the world.
Your websites will perform better if you let us cater to your infrastructure needs. Finally, an IaaS provider that truly cares about you and your success.
arkaHosting’s Services will be beneficent for your business as it will lift your website’s performance and stability with 99.9% uptime. Our packages are designed to be cost effective and affordable for you.”

Here are the offers: 

1GB SSD VPS

  • 1 CPU Core
  • 1GB DDR3 RAM
  • 30GB SSD Storage
  • 2TB Monthly Transfer
  • 100Mbps Port
  • OpenVZ/SolusVM
  • 1 x IPv4 Address
  • $67.00/yr
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2GB SSD VPS

  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM
  • 40GB SSD Storage
  • 3TB Monthly Transfer
  • 100Mbps Port
  • OpenVZ/SolusVM
  • 1 x IPv4 Address
  • $98.00/yr
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50GB Reseller Account

  • 50GB SSD Storage
  • 1000GB Premium Bandwidth
  • Create Unlimited Accounts
  • Unlimited Domains Hosted
  • Unlimited Email Accounts
  • cPanel/WHM Control Panel
  • Softaculous Script Installer
  • LiteSpeed Optimization
  • Unlimited SSL Certificates
  • $55.00/yr
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100GB Reseller Account

  • 100GB SSD Storage
  • 2000GB Premium Bandwidth
  • Create Unlimited Accounts
  • Unlimited Domains Hosted
  • Unlimited Email Accounts
  • cPanel/WHM Control Panel
  • Softaculous Script Installer
  • LiteSpeed Optimization
  • Unlimited SSL Certificates
  • $96.00/yr
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NETWORK INFO:

Los Angeles (California), USA – LA Telecom Center

Test IPv4: 107.175.180.6

Test file: http://107.175.180.6/100MB.test

Minimum Host Node Specifications:

– Intel Xeon E3-1240v2

– 32GB DDR3 RAM

– 4x 2TB Samsung 860 PRO SSD’s

– Hardware RAID thru LSI 9271-4i

– 1Gbps Network Uplink

Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

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WP Engine Makes Its Smart Plugin Manager for WordPress Even Smarter

AUSTIN, Texas – Nov. 1, 2019 – WP Engine, the WordPress Digital Experience Platform (DXP), today announced several new updates to its Smart Plugin Manager, the only comprehensive WordPress plugin manager on the market using machine learning to solve one of the most challenging aspects of WordPress — manually keeping up with plugin updates, and

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New Updates to HubSpot’s All-In-One Marketing Plugin for WordPress

Integrating your WordPress sites with HubSpot’s best-in-class marketing tools just got even better, as HubSpot recently made a number of updates to its popular plugin for WordPress. The plugin, which integrates HubSpot’s top-rated CRM, Marketing, Sales, and Customer Service platform with WordPress, was already a great way for users to grow their email lists, generate

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Data visualization using custom map types

WordPress VIP collaborates with our featured partners to deliver unparalleled digital experiences for our clients. A recent interactive mapping project with Alley and the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation demonstrates what’s possible when we collaborate on forward-thinking implementations of enterprise WordPress.

The initial migration

The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) is a non-profit which focuses on delivering free, trustworthy, non-partisan content relating to national health issues. They are a leading source of data and analysis that a wide array of publications and researchers use to inform their own reporting.

WordPress VIP first teamed up with Alley in 2012 to help KFF unify all their legacy content and sites on a new platform. This undertaking required migrating 20 years’ worth of data (spanning nearly a dozen data sources) to WordPress.

Together, the team identified several success metrics for KFF’s new platform. First, it needed to improve user experience. Second, it must scale the ways people can access their work. Third, it should increase efficiency, and fourth, reduce costs. Finally, the platform also needed to evolve with the digital landscape for years to come. You can read more about the success of that initial project in this case study.

Alley’s data visualization solution

In 2018, building upon the success of that migration, KFF approached Alley with a challenge. The foundation needed a way to display state-level data on a map. They also requested an accompanying table, in a format that was easy to use. Furthermore, it should be embeddable within posts across their WordPress site.

A screenshot of the Kaiser Family Foundation data map, "Status of State Medicaid Expansion Decisions"

KFF is now rolling out this application for use in posts, issue briefs, and fact sheets across the site. At its core, it’s a novel and engaging way of displaying information. It’s also a lightweight replacement for an older, heavier, and less flexible application. And there’s even more in store. Plans are in the works for a second phase of the embeddable maps project. Next on the docket is adding new functionality and refining existing features.

Alley put together an excellent post outlining the technical details of the project. Is your organization looking for a creative and powerful way to display large amounts of data? If so, get in touch to see how WordPress VIP can help.

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Welcome, dear reader

I’ve decided to start blogging again.  This blog is about the security architecture of the web platform, where we are today, how we go here, and where we’re going tomorrow.  My goal is to write one in-depth, technical post a week.

I’m going to focus more on defense than offense, which means I won’t be posting about the newest clever attack techniques (at least not that often).  Instead, I’ll be taking you behind the scenes and showing you how we make the tough calls in securing the web platform.

Please feel encouraged to give me feedback, both about what works and what doesn’t.  I hope you enjoy reading!

Delivering WordPress Security for a Growing Brand

Envoy Mortgage, an independently-owned national mortgage lender serving retail originators, has been providing customers with a streamlined mortgage process since 1997. While their business has grown over the past two decades, so has their web presence, and along with it, all of the cybersecurity issues that today’s businesses face. With the proliferation of DDoS attacks

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