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Geeks2U founder ‘minds your uptime’

Mind Your Uptime, an Aussie startup, keeps an eye on your business’ website so you know when and where it’s ever offline so you can take immediate action to restore the status quo.

Mind Your UptimeThe Aussie online startup Mind Your Uptime has offices in Sydney, London and California that can monitor any internet-based service from websites and email to web-based forms and business-critical applications. Mind Your Uptime makes regular requests for a response from your websites and applications, It then monitors and measures those responses to ensure they are performing as they should be.

If Mind Your Uptime does not get a response, or things are slow, you are alerted via instant email and/or SMS alerts to make sure their downtime issue is immediately brought to light. Mind Your Uptime has a personalised online dashboard that provides easy-to-read graphical reports on service availability, uptime/downtime summaries, page load times and a full history of alerts. All reports are downloadable in CSV format for ease of management and you can log in at any time and update account details, preferred contacts, monitored sites, monitoring frequency, plan changes, invoices and payment options.

David Hancock, CEO of Mind Your Uptime and the man behind Geeks2U believes Mind Your Uptime is useful not only for monitoring your own downtime but is useful for gathering intelligence on competitors sites.

“Mind Your Uptime is a simple but powerful service stemming from our own experience of undetected downtime. We quickly realised that thousands of businesses across Australia and beyond were also suffering the effects of unwanted downtime and saw the need for a watchdog service to counteract it, which is why we developed Mind Your Uptime.”

Mind Your Uptime is available from $9.95 per month with no ongoing contracts, cancellation fees or commitments. It also offers a one month no-obligation free trial so customers can try before they buy.

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