One of our customers had been running into some trouble with one of their Fisheye instances after we performed a recent upgrade.
A common theme we hear from many potential investors in cloud computing is the lack of trust for the technology stemming from fears of the cloud’s reliability, security and compliance, proficient support and of course, return on investment.
More times often than not, we think of social media as a necessary evil with the mindset that, “since everyone else is doing so should I”.
Recently, a friend of mine who is a teacher came to me and said that a few educators in her building were buzzing about The National Education Technology Plan 2010, which recommends the usage of open source technology and cloud computing being utilized by school districts.
Challenges. We don’t just like them, we live for them.
We are pleased to announce that on March 28th Contegix will be implementing a new tool within our support operations.
It would seem that in this day and age, customer service has gone by the wayside for the mere sake of cost control.
When we began building Contegix, we realized it was always about the applications.
Contegix is proud to announce that effective September 29th, 2009, Contegix has been certified as compliant with the U.S. Department of Commerce’s U.S.-European (EU) Safe Harbor Framework.
We have been chatting about our cloud computing platform (known internally as Project Zeus but to be official named later) a fair amount in the past few months.