Sononaco/Wave Motion Digital owner and president Keith Hall had this to say today: I started the company 11 years ago with a handful of clients. When it came time to pick a company name I couldn’t think of anything original so I thought, “what if I leave the company name blank and just call it […]
Some No-Name Company finally gets a name!
We are excited to share some BIG news with you. On February 1st, 2018 Some No-Name Company will finally get a real name. That’s right. After an incredible 11 year journey we felt that it was time to refresh our brand to better reflect our business and reaffirm our vision: to be your one-stop-shop for […]
SononaCare, PHP7, CentOS 7, Free SSLs, Piwik and more!
Today we dropped quite a few announcements for our customers. In this blog post we will break down each point individually and go a bit more in-depth on the topics covered. SononaCare We previously performed maintenance and updates to client sites as a courtesy to our customers. The update process, however, has become complex requiring constant attention […]
May 2016: We have changed some things!
Hello! We have changed a few things around here and are going to be making some big announcements in the coming weeks. We have been incredibly busy lately but wanted to get the new site out the door so can be adding to it while it’s live rather than waiting for it to be perfectly […]
Mail server upgrade 9/4/14 11PM EDT
We will be upgrading the mail server to the latest version, 8.5, this evening beginning at approximately 11PM. […]
Web Hosting Hardware Upgrades
This week we are beginning hardware upgrades to our hosted sites on our Apache server, affectionately referred to in-house as “SO5”. E-mail will not be impacted. During this process your site(s) will be moved to new machines. […]
Scary Stats: How we handle the traffic demands for ScaryMommy.com
We hear nightmare stories from clients who are gouged by hosting providers that charge exorbitant fees for bandwidth overages. Often these hosting plans include a small amount of bandwidth per month and charge an additional fee per terabyte leading to hosting bills that exceed $1500 per month. That is outrageous. […]
Hosting Change: Moving to FTPS
We are making some changes to the way some of our sites are accessed. And no, this has nothing to do with the Heartbleed bug, which was patched the day it was announced. For the most part, all of our WordPress sites are rarely managed outside of an FTP system. Management of the sites are […]