In this day and age, it’s all about the upgrade. Whether it’s your cell phone or a hotel room or a seat on an airplane, an upgrade is generally a good thing that is welcomed. But there is at least one type of upgrade that some may view as daunting and unwelcome:
The ColdFusion (CF) Upgrade.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. If your web-based application or website runs on an older version of ColdFusion, resisting the upgrade could mean the difference between efficiency and disaster. So how do you know if you need an upgrade and what’s involved?
If you are running on a legacy version of ColdFusion, it may no longer be supported by Adobe. That...
Your company partners with a web developer and the result is a website that exceeds your expectations. You and your customers couldn’t be happier.
Time moves on and you continue to rely on your website to keep your organization online and in touch with your audience. You make updates and changes and additions here and there, but it is still your original website.
Then you part ways with your web development partner. Maybe it’s your decision, maybe it’s their decision, maybe it’s no one’s decision, it just IS.
So you start the search for a new web development partner. One who works with the platform your site is built on...ColdFusion.