At Rocklin Software, we drop the technology babble and don't push software and services bloat. First understand your website costs, second learn your website operations, and finally get personnel trained and certified. We identify the minimum business requirements and costs including website hosting, business equipment and supplies, and 3rd party online services. Understand your business website's minumum monthly price. Rocklin Software's bundled online services' price is the lowest on the internet. Our high-grade design and security provide a good and low cost business upgrade. We never point you to a friend's case study or marketing white paper.
We want you to understand the fixed and variable costs and personnel training requirements of an online website storefront (hosting, equipment, online services, taxes and tariffs, inventory...). We identify pricing for your website, associated online services, equipment, software, and supplies. These costs and business knowledge is essential to understanding and operating an eCommerce business. We provide our One Stop and Two Steps approach to getting your eCommerce website configured and deployed to the Internet. Take 8 weeks to make your website decision, we will never push you into a 2 week business desicion. See what you can do, we suggest you take time and learn what an online website venture entails, so take 8 weeks to training your people and setup your website your way.
Get your staff trained on the software application and online services used to operate your business's eCommerce website.
Our software trial is 8 weeks; we do not ask for a business commitment in 2 weeks.
Sell domestically in your country and internationally. Rocklin Software's responsive single-page application (SPA) website is the next generation of eCommerce on the internet. Our "Website" (eCommerce storefront) and "Console" (administration back office) products has a Cooperatively-eCommerce-Localized™ user interface. This supports a United States website owner selling products into Japan and Germany. The website products are presented to Japanese customers in the Kanji language and to Germany customers in the Deutsch language. The "Console" uses the English language for the United States' website company. Website content, products, inventory, shipping, pricing, and website promotion are supported by the "Console" product in English; this is cooperatively localized between the United States "Console" with the Japan and Germam websites. Website owner's can sell into any foreign country using that country's native language and currency. Business owners have an opportunity to increase revenue by offering their products and services in international markets.
Our One Stop and Two Steps™ business strategy is designed to get individuals, businesses, and corporate websites configured
and deployed in as little as one day.
We are a One Stop eCommerce portal.
Our global-ready web applications are designed to use any language and currency in the storefront and
the business owner's language and currency in the administration console.
Sell products and services online in your country and around the world using our Cooperative eCommerce Localization™ internet web applications.
Our responsive single-page AJAX driven frontend supports personal computers, tablets, and smartphones. Administrate your online business website in your language and sell in a one or more different languages and countries. With our Out-of-the-Box™ integrated business solution you can offer your brand and products worldwide using IIS traditional or Azure cloud servers. Expand your business channels to include new markets creating the opportunity to increase revenue. Our products and services are agile.
1st) option for our customers is to "do it yourself" (diy) using our Help Desk (knowledge base, community, ticket system) and Out-of-the-Box™ technology. This approach requiires an individual to understand and use website software tools and technology. Tool information including; tool identification, software download location, and application versions are available at our Help Desk.
Many competitors offer old school monolithic applications with slow go-to-market timelines, high development costs, and innovation delays. These bloated eCommerce software providers are easy to identify; they have endless webpages, endless documentation, and endless user types and groups. The learning curve is steep and training costs skyrocket, or you use consultants, or have to hire new staff. Often they are unable or unwilling to identify your costs for a business website.
Secure your computer and protect yourself from hackers, scammers, and identity thieves.
The PCI Security Standards Council’s mission is to enhance global payment account data security by developing standards and supporting services that drive education, awareness, and effective implementation by stakeholders.
ASP.NET Identity is a powerful system that handles the whole process of authentication and security in your ASP.NET web application.
The Visual Studio ASP.NET templates already contains the basics of the ASP.NET Identity system so it takes only a few moments to setup a rich identity system for your application. Keep in mind that the ASP.NET Identity framework will keep evolving and a good starting point for all ASP.NET Identity related information are the blog posts on the ASP.NET website.
ASP.NET MVC: Uses the popular and common used Model-View-Controller approach.
The ASP.NET Identity system and includes features like: Profile support, OAuth integration, and OWIN.
Two factor authentication
Brute force lockout
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) provides the framework that enables SSL/TLS to be used for cybersecurity. PKI uses encryption to protect information that passes between a server (your website) and a client (the device the person transacting on your website is using). It uses two different types of matched cryptographic keys to secure the transaction, the public key (which your server distributes everywhere) and the private key (which is locked away on your server). When transacting, the client and your server start with an encryption "handshake" that relies on your certificate, after which all communications between them are encrypted (so no one can intercept and read the communications in transit) and are authenticated between the client and server – that's why encryption means security. From that point on, all the client's personal data -- login credentials, credit card information, etc. – can be transmitted securely to your server. A file that is created by a particular public key can only be decrypted by the corresponding private key on your server and vice-versa, ensuring that the transaction is going to the intended recipient and protecting the information from a cyberattack while in transit.
SSL/TLS certificates provide important advantages that can mean the difference between creating a seamless and secure website experience versus an alarming one for website visitors. Here are a few benefits that SSL/TLS provide for you: Avoids browser popups that warn website visitors that your website is not secure Achieves a stronger Google SEO ranking Creates a safer experience for your customers Builds customer trust and improves conversions Encrypts the sensitive data that gets transmitted Uses SSL/TLS with identity verification helping distinguish your website from fraudulent look-alikes To sum it up, SSL/TLS certificates are essential for web-based projects that can be viewed by anyone surfing the internet – nearly 80% or all web page loads now are encrypted, and the number is rising rapidly. While there is no legal or technical requirement to use certificates, it does represent best practices and the browsers make it much friendlier for visitors to engage with websites that have HTTPS because of the security features they provide. Stay tuned for the next post in our seven-part series, which will cover what you need to know about the different certificate types.
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