Mar 12

All I Really Needed to Know I Learned in the Army

Keith Brumley

By April Cole Worley

The Kid

Keith’s nickname in the Army was “The Kid”. This was not a reference to him being immature in any way – Keith was far from that having been living on his own since 15, riding his bike on back roads to get into town where he worked – it was because at 17 he was a full decade or so younger than most of those who surrounded him at Camp Roberts where he landed after basic training.

“The Army raised me,” Keith says. And that was a good thing because it taught him the two most integral lessons of his life: the importance of being part of an amazing team and that self-discipline (or ‘maintenance’) brings its own rewards. Moored to these two guideposts, Keith finds himself thriving here on the TekTegrity team.


Mar 10

United States vs. Apple :: Taking a Stand

US vs Apple

By Russ Levanway

Rhetoric vs. Reality

The standoff between Apple and the FBI over access to the iPhone used by Syed Rizwan Farook in the San Bernardino mass shooting last December is a polarizing case. In the media, the rhetoric has primarily hinged on a question of safety vs. privacy: Should the government have backdoor access to devices like the iPhone in order to investigate and prosecute crimes? Or should private companies refuse to give access on the premise of user privacy?

But that is not the real question.


Mar 8

HOW TO // How to Workflow

Workflows keep your business on track

By Jeremy Koellish, COO

Today I’m going to talk workflows. Did the mere mention of the word ‘workflow’ just then make you nervous? Trust me, you’re not alone. That said, this article is going to address the most common barriers to developing workflows, reasons why you ought to move past those barriers and tricks to getting started.


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