In its 2020 report, SiteLock found that the average website experienced 94 attacks per day, up 52% from the prior year. The report also found that WordPress sites are “three times as likely to have malware as non-CMS sites.” A WordPress security plugin protects your WordPress site from malware, brute-force attacks, and hacking attempts. To […]
Getting hired as a sysadmin is trickier than it’s ever been, but the right sysadmin certifications will keep you agile in a shifting marketplace. With cloud and hybrid services disrupting the traditional model (in-house servers maintained by an in-house sysadmin), it’s vital that current and future sysadmins never stop learning. And while most sysadmin jobs […]
An internal company wiki isn’t just a convenience — it qualifies and quantifies information that could easily become “institutionalized knowledge.” Your internal company wiki must embrace the philosophy that no note is too trivial. Your internal wiki is vital, and it must be concise, easily accessible, and frequently updated. Wikis are one of the best […]
Intranet vs. Extranet differences is explained in the clearest terms. See what they’re used for, and strategies for setup and maintenance.
WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world. More than 409 million viewers browse over 20 billion pages every month. On the back end, there are over 55,000 plugins available to extend and customize the platform to fit your team’s needs. WordPress is an incredibly powerful and versatile tool for publishers; however, because it’s […]
You might already know that WordPress powers more than 30% of the web. It’s by far the most popular online publishing platform, and it hosts 70 million new posts per month. But why is it so ubiquitous? And what makes it so powerful and instinctive for users? Here, we break down five of the key […]
We originally published this piece in 2015. We’ve updated it with additional WordPress security advice in 2019. Our Google Apps Login Premium and Enterprise plugins allow all users with an email address in an organization’s Google Apps domain to log in to the WordPress site with one click. If the user doesn’t have an account […]
Open source WordPress powers more than 30% of the World Wide Web. Users publish over 41 million new posts on 15.5 billion pages for 409 million viewers every month. This enormous surface area makes it a prime target for hackers. In 2018, 90% of all breached CMS sites came from WordPress according to a recent […]