WordPress 3.0.5 – Another Painless Update

February 9th, 2011 by Curtiss Grymala

The other day, WordPress 3.0.5 was released to combat a handful of security exploits. For the most part, our clients are not vulnerable to the security exploits that were open in WordPress 3.0.4, but it’s a good idea to update to the new version, anyway.

We updated the Ten-321 Enterprises network of sites and blogs this evening. As expected, the update was extremely simple and painless. Most of this is due to the great work the WordPress team is doing, but some credit also goes to Site5 for doing such a great job configuring their hosting accounts to work so well with WordPress. We have dealt with quite a few other hosts and found that some of them make it nearly impossible to keep WordPress up-to-date, and even harder to keep it secured properly.

With that said, we’d like to thank the WordPress team for their unwavering commitment to security and their consistent work to improve and harden the system.

What do we mean by “affordable”?

February 1st, 2011 by Curtiss Grymala
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As you may or may not have noticed, one of the principles we stress at Ten-321 Enterprises is affordability. Since the beginning, our tagline has been “Making it affordable to have a presence on the Web.” But, what exactly do we mean when we say that?

Are we implying that our services cost less than those of our competitors? Yes and no. A lot of that depends on who you qualify as our competitors. Ten-321 Enterprises is not the least expensive (financially) company you’ll find on the Web; but we do offer the best value for your money. Read the rest of this entry »