5 Project Management Best Practices

Project management is a constantly changing field; an ever-shifting market and a regular influx of new technologies means project managers need to stay caught up with industry trends to apply new learnings to their work. But there are some core principles that apply regardless of the project, technology or tooling used. Here are five best… Read more »

Atlassian Hosting: Advantages of using a FedRAMP-Authorized Provider

One of the most challenging topics any IT team might find themselves struggling with is Federal security compliance.  FedRAMP compliance is notoriously difficult to achieve. Layering on the complexity of supporting a development team who needs specific application support for their Atlassian dev tools can make this challenge seem impossible. That’s where a third-party hosting… Read more »

Sound Phishy? Legit VS Phishing Emails

On a daily basis, organizations and individuals are subjected to attempted phishing scams. With the constant barrage of malicious emails, it’s understandable why so many fall victim to ransomware or other malware. After all, occasionally you’ll find an email that looks authentic enough to win us over (who wouldn’t want to wire an advance fee… Read more »

Game Plan for Preventing Health Record Breaches

The healthcare sector was hit hard last year by data breaches according to the ITRC 2017 Data Breach Report. The industry incurred a total of 374 data breach incidents, representing nearly 25% of total breaches throughout the year. These statistics are unfortunate, but not surprising. Every other week we see another prominent health system falling victim… Read more »

The Anatomy of an Optimized Drupal Environment

Drupal is an open source platform for building amazing digital experiences. It has grown to be a favorite among the development community. There are many tips and tricks out there to help you get the most out of this powerful tool. The infographic below can be a good reference for you if you notice that… Read more »

Using SSH Config Files

Often times, users who rely on SSH for server administration or git SSH logins prefer (or are forced) to use separate and distinct SSH key files for their clients. Administration of multiple SSH key files (aka identity files) can be greatly reduced through the use of an ssh config file. The ssh config file is… Read more »

The PMO Point of View….Time Management

In speaking with highly successful people, most are aware of how time passes and how to use it wisely.  Are you using your time wisely?  As a Director of PMO, involved in over 1500 IT projects, I’ve learned a few time management tips and tricks. Be prepared. I often have up to 10 meetings a… Read more »

Drupal Team, Help is Here!

Drupal is known for its close-knit community and wealth of documentation, but those things don’t create the time and money needed to run an optimized and highly secure site. For that, companies turn to a hosting partner. There are several ways an expert Cloud Application Service Provider (CASP) could help your Drupal team. From supporting… Read more »

The Pitfalls of Bargain-Basement Web Hosting

Every web hosting company is different. They can vary in a number of ways, from pricing and benefits, to their facilities and security standards. Some of these firms you may have never heard of; they’re flying under the radar but providing exceptional hosting services and solutions. Others may publicize well-crafted commercials featuring cute puppies or… Read more »

Critical Roles on Your Drupal Team 

Sites and applications exist to solve business problems. Drupal is a wise choice for building the sites and applications your organization needs to accomplish business goals, whether it be Sales, Marketing, Logistics, etc. Drupal is simple, and has a large community of development support. Though, it is also incredibly robust and takes a full team… Read more »