We released a new version of the Worker today, 3.9.15.
Here are the highlights.
We are very happy to announce that we have partnered with UptimeRobot.com to bring you uptime monitoring for your websites. Your websites will be checked automatically every 5 minutes and any problems will be reported to you immediately via an email or SMS message.
Many are occasionally guilty of taking WordPress for granted, and you might probably admit to the same weakness at times. But in moments of frustration we should remind ourselves that we are using a completely free, open source content management system, and that we can take part in improving it for future versions.
ManageWP is proud to announce that we are an official sponsor of WordCamp Birmingham 2012. So if you’re living down South in the States or will be in the vicinity of Birmingham, Alabama, on January 14 – 15 in 2012, you should go check it out. Don’t forget to tell everyone how much we love WordCamp and WordPress!
Backing up your WordPress sites has always been one of those painful necessities, hasn’t it? Fortunately, that no longer has to be the case with ManageWP’s integrated backup tool.
Once you have read this post, you will have backups scheduled for all of your sites in no time. We have created ManageWP’s backup tool to be as quick and intuitive as possible, so that you can simply “set and forget”.
The Internet’s greatest asset – that it is instant and without borders – also happens to be a real pain for website developers. If you make a change on a site, it becomes live as soon as you push the button.
Today’s Worker update to 3.9.14 brings the following new features to ManageWP:
We added an additional layer of protection for your ManageWP account.
Two factor authentication allows you to set an email address (and mobile phone with the Business package) that will receive a security code when you login for additional verification. That code will need to be entered before you can proceed.
At ManageWP, we are working very hard to make backing up, restoring, and cloning your WordPress websites as easy and intuitive as possible. On the blog, we have previously discussed how to move your WordPress site to a new hosting provider, and how to restore a damaged/destroyed site to its former glory. Those two articles give you all the information you need in order to use ManageWP to restore your site in the fastest possible way.
We’re not big fans of hyperbole, which may come to you as a surprise, given the title of this post. But we honestly believe that we have a truly special product on our hands – something that you’ll never know how you lived without.