When it comes to managing a website, you need to always make sure that you have something that is working in the right format and direction. It’s also very important to get things working properly by having updated software at all times.
The last thing you need to do is run into some software problems that stop you from being able to get your website working just as it should – well, SiteGround provide automatic updates and this infographic explains why you simply need them.
How to AutoUpdate Your WordPress Blog Infographic Summary
When hosting with SiteGround it makes perfect sense to use their hosting features on the basis that they give you access to a much needed automatic updates system. This can be hugely useful for anyone who is worried about losing their key details and missing out on some really important stuff;
- With more than half of their users using either WordPress or Joomla, it’s vital that they all have access to constant and regular updates
- These apps have to be update as hackers will work out the old editions and put them into the grave; when you don’t update, you run the risk of being swept up alongside their attacks
- The problem is that you need to look out for these updates yourself if you are away from SiteGround – this stops you from getting the kind of help that you need in protecting your website and avoiding those outdated attacks
- Another big way to get your website in a bad state is to update it yourself without really knowing what you are doing – this can make you even more vulnerable to potential attacks and invasions
- The best solution, then, is to turn to the ever-useful automatic updates that SiteGround provide
- With 24h notifications giving you an idea that this is happening you can get an automatic backup made in preparation to this actually taking place
- One-click restores from backups will make sure that you can get all the help you need getting back to old versions, if you decide to
- You can put on a schedule to follow as well so that SiteGround can work around your schedule – you don’t want an update to happen on a big sales day that could result in your missing out on sales whilst you make any tweaks or edits that may be needed
Infographic source: SiteGround