There are many benefits to having a dynamic software support team like we have here at Springthrough when dealing with the variety of software development projects we take on. One of the greatest benefits is that working on the support team gives us, as developers, exposure to different technologies and coding styles that we may not otherwise be exposed to. This becomes invaluable to approaching the different challenges we encounter and ensuring that we are using the best tool to solve customer issues as efficiently and effectively as possible.
With a myriad of types, including Ransomware as a Service (RaaS), what can IT professionals and end users do to ensure they remain protected from the latest ransomware attack? To start, we need to define exactly just what ransomware is.
This week we're featuring an Employee Spotlight on one of our developers, Josh Rouwhorst. Keep reading to find out more about this quirky, fun, and interesting guy!
As an Elite Sitefinity Partner, Springthrough is excited that Sitefinity has released a public beta of version 11. Sitefinity 11 beta has a number of new features but we are most excited about the new content editing and management interface. It is significantly faster than the current backend interface and has a nice new modern feel. Further Sitefinity 11 beta allows individual users to switch between the new and classic interface if you prefer the current experience.
Fortunately, I get to work with our customers of all sizes, with various budgets, and verticals helping them set strategy in the digital space. Core to digital transformation is the management of content, and of course a good CMS like Sitefinity is vital to that, but there are additional tools, patterns, and technologies I see emerge every year.