This past June 9-11th a group of Contegians went to sunny San Francisco, CA to attend the 2010 Atlassian Summit.
We are not ones for shameless plugs or really even asking for any time from our valuable customers (since it’s our job to make sure you HAVE time free of IT worry), but we are asking for your support for a change if you’d be willing to give it.
Contegix, a privately held technology firm specializing in Internet infrastructure services, announced plans today to begin the process of expanding globally to Europe, at the 2010 Atlassian Summit being held in San Francisco.
Contegix, a leading provider of Internet infrastructure intelligence and hosting management services, announced its sponsorship of the Jasig not-for-profit organization, which provides a collaborative environment to foster the development of open source technologies and software for higher education.
There are a lot of interesting technologies out there for dealing with backing up large data that requires (near) constant uptime.
Imagine a conference for developers where a mix of languages and technologies are spoken, promotes innovation and pushes the envelope on technology, while maintaining the creativity and camaraderie that makes being a geek nowadays such a coveted title.
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.