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3 Things You Need for a Successful Membership Website

Membership sites are becoming very popular today, from niche “self help” information services to multi-million dollar businesses. No matter what type of membership site you’re creating, ALL have 3 essential keys to working properly and becoming successful. These keys are what you need technically to build a membership site. We’ll also discuss which tools outRead More

Remote IT Departments

The Evolution and Benefits of the Remote IT Department

It’s well known in our industry that IT departments have changed drastically in their organizational structure over the last decade. Although some traditional IT departments still exist, many enterprise level companies are learning important lessons from smaller startups and DIY business owners about how to streamline their IT needs. This is especially true for companies taking advantage of OpenRead More

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WordCamp Tampa 2014 — The Research and Discovery Phase

Last weekend our team traveled to Tampa, Florida to speak at WordCamp Tampa. This conference was Tampa’s first WordCamp, and it started with a bang, with over 250 in attendance and representatives pouring in from all over the globe. It took place at the spacious Keiser University campus. This year, James Tryon—our Creative Director—decided to present “Research andRead More

Shellshock and Business

Feel Helpless Over the Latest ShellShock Vulnerability? What Business Owners Should Know.

After the recent Heartbleed fiasco, tech companies and non-tech companies alike are on top of major breaches in computer security. Chances are you’ve already heard about “ShellShock“. These snazzy names for security breaches are meant to generate fear and awe, and while they may sound like they are irrelevant to you, they are actually closerRead More

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Shell Shock: The Bash Bug on Servers Hosting WordPress

Linux and Unix-based web servers, the safest you can get! While that may be true, no operating system (or software for that matter) is perfect.

The Bash Bug, also known as the Shell Shock vulnerability, presents a mega serious security problem for all servers that currently have “bash”(short for Bourne Again Shell) installed.

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