Even with the economy being in the tank, sluggish, pathetic, not quite right or whatever you want to call it; it is what it is. Your response to the economy and how you handle though, is all you.
For Acqal, we’ve been moving out of direct TYPO3 development since that market has been softening and digging deeper into TYPO3 tutorials, TYPO3 templates and TYPO3 support in general. Of note, our TYPO3 security abilities has been generating much interest in response to last week’s TYPO3 Security Bulletin.
Around these offerings we’ve been trying very hard to ensure that each client engagement entails a short-term revenue gain and long-term revenue recurrence.
It doesn’t always happen, but by making sure that new clients and old know that we have multiple offerings and by striving to find a best fit support agreement for them, ensures that we’re slowly building up our bottom line even while the economy continues to be soft.
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Links of interest
- Make sure your TYPO3 system has been patched
- TYPO3 Security Bulletin TYPO3-SA-2009-002: Information Disclosure & XSS in TYPO3 Core
- About 1/3 of TYPO3.org listed sites made with TYPO3 hasn’t been patched
- Typo3 hack on German Interior Minister’s web site
- Now is the time to be looking inward
- Despite recent security noise, TYPO3 is still quite popular