Drupal Emergency Support: How to get your Drupal site back up
What do you do when your Drupal website goes down? How do you get Drupal back up as soon as possible to continue serving customers? If you are managing your own infrastructure or you’re running Drupal on the public cloud and your site goes down, BlackMesh can help restore it.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.Learn more
Contegix Launches Managed Services for Drupal on AWS
Contegix is offering a managed services solution for companies with Drupal sites on Amazon Web Services, enabling businesses to focus on delivering the best digital experiences to their users, rather than configuring website infrastructure.Read More
How Higher Education Can Create Cost Efficiency Through Managed Services
One year since the pandemic began, colleges and universities still face uncertainty around when students will fully return to in-person learning. In the United States, only 35 percent of students have returned to schools for in-person learning full-time. The majority of students continue to attend virtual school, or some mix of remote and in-person classes. And even as vaccine distribution ramps up and provides a glimmer of hope for a return to in-person learning, remote learning will remain a required service in the days, months and perhaps even years to come.
Build Delightful—and Reliable—Digital Experiences with BlackMesh
Delightful digital experiences are an important differentiator for companies today. According to a 2019 report by Ekata, 92% of customers expect a fast, frictionless experience that’s also trustworthy and secure when digitally interacting with a brand. To achieve the experience customers crave, organizations are tapping into open source content management systems (like Drupal, Magento and WordPress) for flexibility and customization.
Use Atlassian Tools to Manage IT Costs—Not Cut Them
Many CIOs and IT leaders spent a significant portion of their 2020 budgets outfitting staff across departments with remote-friendly devices, tools and platforms due to the pandemic. Now that 2021 is well underway, it’s clear some companies will inevitably face the need to cut IT spending or reconsider investing in normally table stakes line items ranging from software license renewals to architecture upgrades. Luckily, Atlassian’s suite of tools are built to help IT leaders mitigate and manage IT-related costs.
How Confluence Enables OKR Management at Contegix
Many top global companies have adopted the OKR (Objectives and Key Results) methodology for setting strategic goals and tracking their outcomes. The methodology was originally created by Intel CEO Andy Grove who taught the methodology to John Doerr, former Intel executive, legendary venture capitalist and New York Times best-selling author of “Measure What Matters,” the definitive guide to adopting and implementing OKRs.
How Managed Service Providers Can Help Higher Education Address the Challenges Brought On By COVID-19
From outsourcing IT services requests, to managing cloud migration, to improving security architecture, managed service providers (MSPs) offer their clients a variety of services to navigate the increasingly complex, unpredictable technological world.
Why Outsourcing Network Risk Assessments is Good for Business
As more companies seek “remote-first” workplaces for the long haul, IT teams are under pressure to ensure current network measures are enough to handle this long-term shift to distributed work environments. One way to check for resiliency within systems is by performing a network risk assessment—an audit of a network system and all of the devices within it.
How to Use Atlassian’s Confluence for Collaboration
Over the past year, remote work has become the norm, even the preferred workstyle, for most industries. After enjoying its benefits, like cost savings and increased productivity, some businesses are planning to continue running some (or all) of their operations remotely permanently.
Choosing a FedRAMP Hosting Provider
When it comes to cloud computing solutions for your company, there are thousands of capable service providers available to help. However, you may find yourself needing a vendor authorized to operate cloud services for all or some federal agencies – in other words, a provider who is in alignment with and meets the strict federal standards of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP).