30 Sep 2022
What does Magento 2 provide in terms of ‘Critical Security and Software Updates’ to keep your website safe
Magento 2 Security Features The all-new platform has evolved with built-in security features to help keep your customers’ e-commerce sites secure and safe. Magento 2 provides three critical security tools for securing the sites. Let us have a look at those Password Management Tool Creating and managing passwords for varied services and applications is a humungous task. And practically it is difficult to maintain large number of passwords and to keep them secure. A password management tool ensures maintaining the passwords with role-based access. Magento 2 has enhanced t...
16 Sep 2022
What you need to consider for migrating from Magento 1 to Magento 2!
A better alternative is here for Magento users. If you are still using Magento 1, consider migrating to Magento 2 for several reasons that could give your customers a positive shift in the way they do business. This change has been going on from 2018 and there was enough time for all to consider the benefits of the change. We give you few critical points to ponder before you tread upon the migration to do it hassle free. Synamen has already discussed about why Magento 1 users must migrate to 2. Now, we would like to list the pointers that help you understand what to d...
09 Sep 2022
What Happens if You Still Haven’t Migrated from Magento 1?
Background Officially Magento 1 has met its end of life in June 2020. There is no longer any security updates or feature enhancements anymore. Without any security patches, those sites still persistent with Magento 1, are highly posed to vulnerable cyberattacks and hackers. E-Commerce companies had considerable time for a game-changer decision and to migrate to Magento 2. Though the website might not collapse immediately but there sure will be impact that is going to be damaging. You will be putting your e-commerce customers at risk. Browse through the challenges you are...
05 Sep 2022
Why Migrate to Magento 2 Now!
People do not stay on a sinking boat. Magento 1 support is officially stopped from 30th June 2020. If you are using Magento 1, you must get off the sinking boat. Critical things are becoming obsolete now, like security concerns and third-party extensions. Before it turns out to be worse, get off Magento 1 and choose the next right version Magento 2. As you will be spending money to re-platform, understand what it gives you and validate if it’s the right choice. Evaluate if the enhancements in Magento 2, justifies the re-platform. With the support ended for Magento 1, n...