5 Ways to Optimize Bamboo and Jenkins

Bamboo and Jenkins are two leading software services in the same arena: automating the non-human part of software development. Both pieces of software look to automate commits and build progression so that the users and developers on a program can spend more of their time and effort actually working on developing the software. However, both… Read more »

WordPress or Drupal? Which Is Best for Your Site?

When it comes to managing a website’s content, it’s important to have a content management system (CMS) that can achieve IT and enterprise goals. Both WordPress and Drupal are common content management systems developers use. WordPress is responsible for powering at least 26.4 percent of the Web, while Drupal comes in third place as one… Read more »

Identifying the Differences Between Legit and Phishing Emails

On a daily basis, organizations and individuals are subjected to attempted phishing scams.  There is a constant barrage of malicious emails, so it is understandable why so many fall victim to ransomware or other malware.  Some phishing emails are obvious frauds, but others appear authentic, and could win us over (who wouldn’t want to wire… Read more »

Which Test Management Tools Are Right for You

Keeping track of who’s testing what, when, and why is essential for maintaining test management best practices and getting applications to market faster. Depending on a company’s daily operations, there could be numerous people working on a variety of test cases, execution reports, or team testing projects at the same time or only once in… Read more »

Three Essential Components of Taking Stock in Your Application Security 

Over the last few years, managing application security has become a targeted and paramount effort for more and more companies. Things like securing payment processing, software for managing inventory, cloud storage, and even project management applications require special attention regarding security. The security of a company’s application ecosystem means taking stock of your entire application… Read more »

Top 5 Confluence Plugins for Organization

Atlassian’s Confluence helps organizations get organized, whether it is with project management or the creation of content. However, there are some plugins that can help to accelerate the user experience so that teams can complete projects more easily and quickly. Here are a few of the top organization plugins for Confluence. 1. Draw.io Diagrams Team… Read more »

Service Denied: Countering Targeted DDoS Attacks

Most people do not think about it as frequently as I do (since I work in information security), but we all know that the websites we visit – or even operate – are constantly under threat of attack.  These attacks often result in taking these sites offline – rendering it unavailable to visitors. This can… Read more »

7 Most Useful Magento Features

Every industry expert uses Magento at some point as their business expands online. Magento has proven to be a robust platform capturing roughly one-quarter of the ecommerce market, and for good reason. The platform is capable of supporting enterprise-level ecommerce merchants. Here are seven resourceful features in Magento: 1. Marketing Automation Automation is one of… Read more »

Contegix Welcomes Matthew Jenkins

  Contegix is pleased to announce the addition of Matthew Jenkins to our “Go Beyond” Support Team! Matthew joined our St. Louis office this week as our newest Support Engineer, and we are thrilled to have him as part of the Contegix family.  Welcome to the team, Matthew!!

The Best WordPress Plugins for Increasing Interactions

Increasing interaction helps to improve engagement on your site. Increased engagement has its benefits, too. It improves visibility, promotes loyalty, and demonstrates effective content marketing. WordPress has close to 52,000 plugins as of 2017, and several of these plugins can help technology and enterprise leaders achieve successful interaction. Consider these top WordPress plugins to enhance… Read more »