When the topic of laughable computer errors in movies comes up, most tech savvy people will quickly bring up the scene in Jurassic Park where Lex Murphy finds a computer displaying the interface. She exclaims “It’s a UNIX system! I know this!” and proceeds to restart the building’s access control system, locking the laboratory’s doors. Lex is actually using a program called fsn. Unix is a stable, multi-user, multi-tasking operating system for servers, desktops, laptops, and smartphones. Both Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android are variations of the basic Unix operating system. This means that almost a fifth of the earth’s adult population has a Unix box in their pocket. The most common version of Unix (bearing certification) is Apple’s OS X, while Linux is the most popular non-certified workalike.
Access the full directory at: http://leadferret.com/directory/unix-experts
To put it simply, Unix is everywhere. The ability to understand such a useful and pervasive OS is not only useful, but downright necessary in some industries. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible to know, based on a person’s title or what company they work for, if a person is familiar with Unix, let alone if they have expertise in it. Thankfully, LeadFerret, the newly funded free b2b data site, regularly compiles and publishes targeted directories of business professionals who excel at specific programs and operating systems. These directories contain contact information for the individuals within, including email addresses, social media links and more. Today, LeadFerret published their latest of these types of highly targeted directories, one of professionals who have been identified as Unix experts. This directory would be an excellent starting point for a marketing campaign that either targets Unix expertise specifically, or tech savvy professionals in general.
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