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Refine your go-live process with these hot tips!

Published June 25, 2021

Pushing your staging website into production can be daunting, especially when the reduction of downtime is mission critical. Serversaurus technicians have curated these hots tips to help refine your go-live process to a seamless operation

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COVID-19 Update: Risk Mitigation

Published March 17, 2020

As you may be aware, on March 12th the World Health Organisation announced that the COVID-19 viral outbreak is now classified as a Pandemic. The Federal and Victorian Governments have introduced measures designed to slow the spread of the virus, including restricting gatherings and encouraging social distancing measures.

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How to prevent a WordPress website from being hacked and what to do if it does get hacked

Published August 16, 2019

WordPress is a great Content Management System but you need to take steps to defend your website against hackers and know what to do if it is.

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Serversaurus makes first acquisition

Published August 2, 2016

Serversaurus, a Melbourne-based green cloud computing company, has purchased the customers and infrastructure of Brisbane based cloud hosting company Tract.com.

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Serversaurus thinks deeply about fairness and how to bring it into all aspects of our business, including superannuation

Published June 29, 2018

Serversaurus is a group of people working together that share the values of freedom, fairness and fun. We try our best to infuse these values into everything we do.

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High Performance PHP with Serversaurus

Published March 20, 2017

This post outlines a number of infrastructure-level strategies that can be employed to improve the performance of PHP web applications hosted with Serversaurus.

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Simple scaling with Serversaurus

Published March 14, 2017

If you’re a small to medium sized web development agency used to working primarily in single-node environments, where do you go to achieve some semblance of scale?

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Internet Excavations highlighting curiosities found while driving down the Information Superhighway #11

Published March 3, 2017

Transfixed by racial, political, and socioeconomic tensions saturating the news, movement artists Jon Boogz and Lil Buck switch off the TV and release their emotions into a stirring dance that is both a lament and a spirited call to action,

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WordPress Security Breach – Hackers targeting REST-API Vulnerability

Published February 10, 2017

A short but important notice of recent security breaches for any of our clients who are managing their site with WordPress.

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Internet Excavations highlighting curiosities found while driving down the Information Superhighway #10

Published September 2, 2016

This morning we flicked the switch on one of our oldest servers Barney. Thank you to all of our former Barney clients who have made the migration to the new servers smooth sailing.

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