Managed WordPress Hosting for Australian Businesses
As the world’s most popular content management system WordPress is the obvious choice to power your business website. But what most people don’t know is WordPress requires on-going care and maintenance to keep it up running smoothly and safe from malicious hackers. Most businesses don’t have the time or skills available which is why we developed AxiomWORDPRESS – a fully managed WordPress hosting solution designed specifically for Australian small businesses.
AxiomWORDPRESS customers take comfort in knowing their site is managed by Australian WordPress experts.
Regular updates to ensure your site is always running the newest version of WordPress, keeping it free from security vulnerabilities and ensuring you have the latest and greatest WordPress features.
Plugin & Theme Updates
Updates to WordPress Themes and Plugins are regularly released which add new features, fix security issues, remove vulnerabilities and ensure compatibility with the current version of WordPress. Updates are regularly installed on your site ensuring it will run smoothly with the newest enhancements.
WordPress security is a complex matter. Rest assured, your site will be security hardened making it extremely difficult to break – enough to deter even the most savvy WordPress hacker.
Just like computers, WordPress is susceptible to viruses and requires regular scanning to check for infections. Daily malware scans ensure your site is clean and helps prevents unwanted blacklisting by Google and other search engines.
Downtime happens, it’s an unavoidable fact of digital life. But you shouldn’t risk losing customers or damaging your reputation when it can be easily avoided. Uptime monitoring provides notifications when your website is offline, allowing it to be fixed quickly and prevent your business from missing valuable opportunities.
Daily Cloud Backup
A complete backup of your WordPress site is taken daily and stored in a secure cloud location. This provides an additional layer of protection should something untoward ever happen to your site. Backups are held for 90 days, allowing you to roll back changes in an emergency.
Brute Force Protection
Limit the number of failed login attempts allowed per user with WordPress brute force protection. If someone is trying to guess your password, they’ll get locked out after a few attempts.
File Change Detection
If someone manages to get into your site, they’ll probably add, remove or change a file. Email alerts notify us, showing any file changes so we know if you’ve been hacked.
Strong Password Enforcement
Users on your site (admins, editors, users, etc.) are forced to have strong passwords. This is one of the best ways to lock down WordPress.
Lock Out Bad Users
Keep bad users away from your site if they have too many failed login attempts, a lot of 404 errors or if they’re on a bot blacklist.
Hide Login & Admin
Change the default URL of your WordPress login area so attackers won’t know where to look.
Online File Comparisons
Daily scans compares changes made to any WordPress core file on your system with the version on WordPress.org to determine if the change was malicious.