Category: Tech

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 »

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 »

Atlassian Plugin Best Practices

Contegix is proud to be an Atlassian Expert Partner and has many customers who rely on our expertise with the Atlassian suite to keep their critical instances of JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, etc. running. We make sure your instances are fast, stable, and up-to-date. With the number of Atlassian instances that we host, we have learned… Read more »

Once I Declare a Disaster

In my last blog series (part 1/ part 2), we disussed when to declare a disaster and the significance of IT Resilience. Now, let’s walk through what happens once you declare and it’s time to bring your business critical systems back online. By this point, we have created our DR test plan.  The plan contains… Read more »

When to Declare a Disaster: Part 2

Once you have a working and proven DR solution (see the first post in this series), you will need to create and document your procedure for declaring a disaster.  Detail the following procedure in your DR Runbook: Start with who has the authority to declare a disaster.  I always recommend that only members of the… Read more »

When to Declare a Disaster: Part 1

Business impacting disasters are serious and can have long-term effects on a company’s health.  According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), 75% of companies believe their DR plans are inadequate, 40% of businesses do not reopen after a disaster, and another 25% fail within one year. Do I have your attention yet?  What’s the… Read more »

Top Tech Trends Anticipated for 2018

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Along with a new year, comes a whole new set of tech trends. In 2018, many of the trends we anticipate are not completely unexpected. The vast majority of trends will focus on improving and perfecting the existing areas of focus that were noted in 2017, such as enabling smart objects to sync up with… Read more »

Best Tech Trends of 2017

A pile of different mobile devices

Technology is a field that evolves faster than the blink of an eye. With constant transformations, it can be difficult to assess how each new trend will play out. In 2017, as in the years past, there were countless new tech trends. While some were fleeting, there were a number of promising trends that have… Read more »

RPO & RTO Explained

Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO) are two very important terms when it comes to Disaster Recovery.  Each will help you determine how effective your plan is.  This infographic will help explain the difference between the terms and why they are necessary.

5 Ways a Slow Website Is Hurting Your Business

Slow website loading times can have a big effect on all businesses, but especially on e-commerce sites. Most people know that slow websites are annoying to use, but many online business owners overlook the disastrous effects that slow loading times can have on a brand. Here are five reasons why speeding up a slow website… Read more »