Month: April 2015

Lawrence Companies Partners With SiteVision For New Intranet

Lawrence Companies

Lawrence Companies, with home offices located in Roanoke, VA, has teamed with SiteVision Inc. to launch a secure, employee only intranet to better serve their 380 plus employees. The company operates in the United States and Canada with offices throughout Virginia and North Carolina. The new site is designed to fully engage all employees by… Read more »

May 2015 News & Tips

WordPress Users Should Update Plugins Now! Even the latest WordPress 4.2 is vulnerable, so users are warned. In particular the most recent bulletin notes that the XSS flaw is executed through comments and permits the attackers to execute arbitrary code, or, in effect, become the administrator. A quick fix is to eliminate comments until a… Read more »

Daria Norris, Lead Technical Architect, To Speak At National Development Conference

Roanoke VA April 6, 2015 — Daria Norris has been invited to speak at this year’s dev.Objective() conference, May 12-15 in Bloomington, MN. Norris is Lead Technical Architect for SiteVision, Inc., a web application development, consulting and hosting firm located in Virginia. The web-centric conference covers a wide variety of topics relating to software development… Read more »

Mathew Landers Joins SiteVision As Web Developer

Mathew Landers

Roanoke VA April 6, 2015 — Mathew Landers has joined SiteVision, Inc. as  Web Developer reporting to Philip Molaro, Development Manager. He will be responsible for developing web applications and websites in cooperation with web designers, database administrators, project leaders and other personnel as required. Landers was most recently a ColdFusion programmer working with Emergency… Read more »

SiteVision April News & Tips

Win10

Windows 10 Summer Release & Free To All This issue we’re focusing in on Windows, because lately the news is pretty much all about, you guessed it: Windows 10, and for good reason. While newer form factors munch away on traditional MS marketshare, Windows OS PC shipments worldwide still accounted for some 400 million new… Read more »