This may be a no-brainer but you’d be surprised by the amount of people who think they’ll find success by copy-pasting other people’s articles and posts and claiming it as their own original work. If you are a commercial business then this is a very risky game as many companies feel very protective of their content and could end up costing you big time if you’re not careful.
Alright, so in the previous articles that we’ve written, we mentioned that one of the key factors in growing your brand is having a good social media presence, but we never actually explained how you can do that, oops!
A good social media presence is like having a live audience in front of you 24/7 who are exposed to your product or content that you’d like to sell or promote. But it’s also important to not make the most common mistakes that rookies make!
We get it, you want more people to visit your website, you’ve invested so much effort and money into making it look fancy and snappy, but why isn’t it growing? This question crosses the mind of every site owner at some point, which is why we’ve decided to share some of our tips to increase site traffic!
Atlassian Summit – Barcelona 2017
What an event! It’s such a pleasure to be back here for the 2nd time. We got an opportunity to see some of the new exciting things that the Atlassian team is bringing to their products which will greatly enhance workflow and productivity in the workplace.
How To Protect Yourself From WannaCry
The ransomware attack is holding computers hostage all over the world.
Here’s what you need to know about it to keep yourself as safe as possible.
WannaCry attack started on Friday of last week, locking people out of their computers by encrypting their files and demanding them to pay up to 300$ in Bitcoin. To make matters worse the price doubles after 3 days. To receive a decryption key or risk losing your important files forever. What’s worse is that the malware also acts as a worm, which means that it has potential to infect computers and servers on the same network!
On November 13, 2014 VMotion IT Solutions joined 70 other businesses exhibiting at Limerick Racecourse during Munster Business Summit. It was a great informative and networking event proving great inspiration and facilitation to local SMEs.
In the very short: Yes, update right now. If you want more details read below.
What is ShellShock vulnerability?
ShellShock is a nickname given to remote exploit vulnerability in bash CVE-2014-6271. It could allow an attacker to gain control over a targeted computer if exploited successfully. All Linux installations running Bash shell are vulnerable to this exploit.
It is important to understand that
A vulnerability CVE-2014-0160 which is known as Hearbleed Bug was released on 07 April 2014. The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability issue in the wildly used OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This issue allows stealing the information protected by SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the internet. This bug allows anyone on the internet to read the memory of the systems protected by vulnerable versions of Open SSL software. Hackers can view the sensitive information such as secret keys and passwords.
On the 22 November 2012 Dell has disclosed the details of the six-figure deal signed with VMotion IT Solutions. The contract involves provisioning of the high-end storage and computing solution that facilitates the motion of the rapidly growing company towards the corporate services market.
The 4th of October has seen one of the Ireland’s largest business events: Irish Innovation Showcase 2012. The event is running for six years now and is growing year-on-year receiving more and more publicity in the press but is yet to get into main media sources. The event was organised by Limerick Institute of Technology and sponsored by DELL.