ColdFusion Emergencies

It’s the nature of the beast….sometimes, without warning...websites and applications break. You can blame it on the internet, technology, or the full moon. But at the end of the day, when you are in the middle of a ColdFusion emergency, you need someone to fix it. Here are just a few examples of situations that could quickly put you in panic mode.

Security Issues

Security is at the top of everyone’s mind nowadays. There are all different kinds of security issues. Hackers, breaches, and good old-fashioned break-downs. And then there are the security issues that you never saw coming. If you aren’t already working with a development partner, and are hit with...

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Being Secure

You've probably heard of SSL. It stands for "Secure Sockets Layer." By definition, SSL is "a secure protocol developed for sending information securely over the Internet." Think of it this way...without SSL in place on a website, it's like having a private conversation with someone in the middle of Progressive Field. During an Indians game. Meaning anyone could hear it. But with SSL, that conversation takes place in a locked room with just you and the person you are talking to...much more private.

In the past, SSL was mainly used for websites with ecommerce functionality. Customers aren't going to provide credit card and payment information online without the assurance that their...

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ColdFusion is NOT Dead!

If you’ve ever touched a computer at all, chances are you know what HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is. It’s how a website is built, right? But unless you are in the website development field or are responsible for a website built in it, you likely have not heard of CFML, or ColdFusion Markup Language. ColdFusion is an application development tool used for writing web pages that interact with databases, and contrary to what the uninformed may think, it is NOT a dead language.

Take the WRIS Legacy ColdFusion Division for example. Once the word got out that we could provide solid support for older...

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