Ok, a horribly mixed aphorism, from "If a tree falls in a forest and there's no one to hear it, does it make a sound?" But if your website somehow goes off the air, who gets notified and how? We subscribe to a website monitoring and updating service called Watchful.li. It enables us to update most of the components on most of our clients websites from a central dashboard so I don't have to log into each and every one every time there's an update to JCE. Part of the service also monitors the websites. Every five minutes their program goes out and visits the home page of each site. In the event that one's unavailable, I receive an email immediately and can take action. Is the service perfect? No. I occasionally get an email about a site being down, but then I visit the site and it's fine. Sometimes network glitches happen and it triggers such a false alarm. These are few and far between, and better to err on the side of caution.