Servers, Back end Platforms, Security

1. Why is maintenance important?

I’ll give you five reasons why regular web maintenance is important in a david letterman fasion.

5. Keep visitors interested – if your not first, your last. Be the go-to site for your market or industry. Routinely Team Nerdherder suggests you feature creative new content, text, graphics or images that relate to your field to attract repeat visits.
4. Add new products, services, solutions or features – I will shoot it strait to you, if you have something new to offer and it is not on the site, visitors won’t know about it. If what you have on the site is outdated or no longer available, you will frustrate potential customers or clients. Team Nerdherder knows how to keep users returning.
3. Maintaining your Google rankings – Google gives higher rankings to web sites that are updated regularly because they want to present the best quality content to their search engine users, it is that simple.
2. Keep up with changing technology – This brings me to a story about just yesterday I bought a Smartphone. The day before that was I-pod. The day before that it was a CD Walkman. The day before that it as a Tape deck. You get the point. Web Technology is constantly changing and those changes can mess with the overall function of your site or application, even your search engine placement.

But that brings us to the number one reason why maintenance on your website is important:

1. Keeping your website working well – When your web site is well maintained, external links continue to work, images load and emails function. This means visitors find what they are looking for quickly and easily, and are more likely to become customers. Team Nerdherder Major Key Alert – Don’t ever discard maintenance fees.

2. Back-end and Server Administration

A website or dynamic web application is a sum of layers—structure, design and content, and functionality. The technology and programming that ‘power’ a site. What your end user does not see, but what makes the site run. Team Nerdherder can take control by managing the server, the database, and the server-side applications, it’s the behind-the-scenes functionality aka the brain of a site. Team Nerdherder’s natural habit and everyday ecosystem.

3. Back-end Development

Back-end code adds utility to everything the front-end designer creates. Team Nerdherder’s Back-end developers takes finished front-end code and gives it working functionality and brings ideas to life like Pinocchio the wooden boy. Other responsibilities that you might need help in are not limited to: Database creation, integration, and management—e.g., MySQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB. SQLite is lightweight and fast, making it a very popular alternative to a larger MySQL driver, Using back-end frameworks to build server-side software, like Express.js
Web Server technologies—e.g., J2EE, Apache, Nginx (popular for static content, like images, HTML or CSS files), and IIS, Cloud computing integration—e.g., public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services, or private cloud environments, Server-side programming languages—like Python, Perl, PHP, Ruby, and JavaScript, when implemented with the server-side development environment, Node.js, Operating systems like Linux, Unix-like operating systems, MacOS X, Windows Server, Content management system (CMS) development, deployment, and maintenance, API integration, Security settings and hack prevents, Reporting—generating analytics, statistics like system reports of server load, number of visitors, geography of visitors, Backup and restore technologies for website’s files and DB.

4. Web Hosting

Reliable web hosting is an important part of building a website. You don’t want your customers to not be able to find you or not be able to make a purchase. Team Nerdherder cannot stress the importance in choosing the right web hosting company. Consider why web hosting is one of the most imperative website decisions you will make.

5. Security

Hackers are constantly looking out for any glitch in the web security to enter malicious software to your network that gets installed instantly and automatically. Compromising a single server can expose the entire business data of the organization to a malicious user. Team Nerdherder helps keep your confidential information safe and prevent hackers from exposing your customers credit cards to some foreign message board. Dedicated Web servers also may also pose threat to security, since it is publicly available and compromising the mail server may help the malicious user to compromise other servers also. Secure Web Servers are very important and vital to securing the IT infrastructure. Allow us.

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