This post is part of the series on building my new Raspberry Pi; this series is a sub-series of the Adventures with a Raspberry Pi.
The official Raspberry Pi site has details on how to secure the Raspberry Pi. The page covers the following:
- Change your default password
- Change your username
- Make sudo require a password
- Ensure you have the latest security fixes
- Improve SSH security
- Use key-based authentication
- Install a firewall
- Installing fail2ban
I’d recommend taking a read through the page and enacting at least some of the above.
This post is part of a series on Implementing SalesHQ Portal, which is one of the GP Elementz Portals from my new employer, ISC Software Solutions.
I realise working for the company who created and sells the Sales HQ portal prevents me from being a neutral reviewer, so I won’t try to offer a conclusion as I have been doing on recent series. Instead I’ll leave you with a quick recap of some salient points:
- Responsive design which works on desktop, notebook/laptop, tablet and mobile/cell.
- Portal is hosted on Azure; but no inbound ports need to be opened on your firewall.
- Salespeople can be assigned multiple customers to look after; customers can be assigned to more than one salesperson.
- Access for customers to view their account.
- Salespeople can create prospects or raise quotes/orders/invoices.
- Free trial connected to your system available so you can try SalesHQ risk free.
If you’re interested in speaking to ISC Software about consultancy, upgrades, implementation, development, GP Elementz add-ons or portals, or anything else, you can use the form below.