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Skip security updates and your website just might end up selling Viagra

Mar 8th, 2016 by Max Tokman

This is what happens when Drupal or WordPress security updates are ignored - nothing.  Yet again, maybe your website gets hacked, malicious code is inserted into page templates, and next thing you know, you’re in the business of selling Motilium, as happened recently on an actual website we had to fix.

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It takes a lot more work to remove infected code than to apply a security update every once in a while.  Not to mention  having to staff up to handle all those new sales inquiries.

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Mar 10th, 2016 by Max Tokman

Once your Harness-B accumulates enough historical data on projects and operator performance, you can start using auto suggest between category, technology and operator. Simply select work category for new task and both technology and operator fields will get automatically populated based on historic data spec...

Jan 13th, 2016 by Max Tokman

If you get swamped with tasks, let your slacker colleagues see your workload and take up some of the burden. Whether they’ll do it is another matter entirely. Tip of the hat to Bryan Kuester for suggesting this feature. ...