Public Sector

Contegix is an Atlassian Platinum Solution Partner, serving the public sector for a variety of Atlassian needs. We are a FedRAMP authorized hosting provider and we also provide professional services including migrations, upgrades, configurations and more. We are experts in Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, and the rest of the Atlassian toolset, and we can help you maximize your investment in these collaborative tools. 

Contegix maintains unmatched hosting knowledge of the full suite of Atlassian applications. Leveraging Contegix technologies and solutions in association with FedRAMP Authorization provides quality resource management and allows federal resources to focus on the work at hand.

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How To Continuously Implement Drupal Security Updates

  Keeping on top of updates to internet software can be a laborious task for IT teams. Though critical to the security of a website or application, the processes—from tracking new releases to scheduling and running the updates—can be both time-consuming and tedious. 

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How to Maintain a Successful Agile Development Process with Atlassian Solutions 

Agile software development has become the preferred development technique among tech leaders today. Unlike traditional methods like waterfall software development, which focuses on creating tight and exact stages, agile takes a more modern, iterative approach—allowing teams to continually revisit, examine and adjust their development techniques to deliver applications that meet business requirements effectively and quickly. 

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Get real-time protection to help prevent the growing number of ransomware attacks

Earlier this month the Colonial Pipeline, a 5,500 mile pipeline that supplies upwards of 45% of the gasoline to the east coast of the United States was breached and halted due to a ransomware attack. With no recovery mechanism in place, the company was forced to pay nearly $5 million dollars to regain control of their infrastructure. The attack is a harsh reminder for many organizations of the growing threat of cyber-attacks and ransomware. Sadly, hacker groups such as “DarkSide” are only increasing in numbers and the threat of ransomware is only growing in complexity and scale.