CentOS Linux 7’s end impacts legacy PHP sites. Loud Canvas Media offers solutions for enhanced security and performance. Learn more about what this means for your website from our team!
Do you have a WordPress website, currently hosted on SiteGround, that you fear has been hacked?
The thought of ever being hacked is scary, but it is something that can happen to anyone – “OMG! My website is hacked… I hope I don’t lose all my data…Or worse yet, MY CUSTOMERS’ DATA…”
Your agency and your clients deserve to be catered to with high-performing servers, proactive security, and well-maintained websites. Additionally, wouldn’t it be great to actually partner with the hosting provider of your clientele? This type of partnership allows your business to flourish because it supports higher quality results that you can depend on.
Data privacy is an ever-growing concern as technology, the internet, and social media has made the world an increasingly smaller place. Making matters worse is the diligent, determined individuals who want to steal or harness your data for their own use. To be clear, it is nearly impossible to avoid interacting with the internet today, [Read More]
Why would you choose Loud Canvas to be your technical partner for your business’ website hosting needs? Loud Canvas Media is MORE than just a hosting company. If you’re just looking for some digital space to rent for your website files that’s not secure, not proactively maintaining or securing your digital property and don’t care [Read More]
In a landmark effort to improve the digital performance and success of small businesses in the Dover, NH area, Loud Canvas Media is introducing a quarterly effort to bring FREE digital marketing education to local businesses. After 15 years in the industry, Loud Canvas Media recognizes that the local business community should be empowered to [Read More]
GOOGLE MAKES PROFOUND CHANGE TO INTERNET In what is quite likely the most significant (and equally the most unfair) move in internet history, Google began labeling any site that is not HTTPS as “Not Secure” in 2017. It labeled non-https sites (which represents 82% of the internet) in both its Google Chrome browser as well [Read More]
The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly… Article Summary We may upset the fanbois a bit by saying this, but when you look at the pros and the cons, we feel the cons take it here. Let’s Encrypt is a great initiative, but serious business owners should really consider a more viable (paid) alternative to [Read More]