Apr 25

Super Boring IT Article #1: What’s My IP Address?

John Lim, CTO TekTegrity

By John Lim, CTO

The Internet has a protocol for packaging information and transmission of said information, and that Internet Protocol (IP) requires addressing. When you go to Google.com, Facebook.com, or Netflix.com, all of those names resolve to one or many IP addresses on the backend and gets your applications to pull data from those servers. All of these providers has unique public IPs that only belongs to them.

Apr 18

When Rubber Meets Road

Rubber Meets Road

By Russ Levanway, CEO

So you’ve identified your company’s mission. Now, are you ready to defend it?

As times have changed, a lot of what we buy has a very limited lifespan and is not easy to repair. “They don’t make it like they used to” is actually quite accurate. The phone in your pocket is meant to die in three years. The computer on your desk becomes obsolete in three to five. Whereas refrigerators were once built to last 40 years, now they run for seven to eight. Pop the hood on any modern car or truck and you’ll find an opaque cluster of electronics and plastic, impossible to penetrate or understand.


Apr 12

Getting Started on the MACRA MIPS Road

By Jill Lowe, Healthcare Account Manager

Can you believe a quarter of 2017 is already behind us? For those who have not yet started on their MACRA MIPS plan, it may seem a bit daunting. But keep in mind, what we do in 2017 can put us in a position to receive the highest possible payment adjustment beginning in 2019. So we all know how important it is to GIT-R-DONE! In this article, I will share with you what you need to do to get started today.

Apr 10

SLO County Tech Scene: Ingredients for a Viable Tech Region

San Luis Obipso tech region

Image by Exclusively San Luis Obispo

By Joshua Erdman, IT Pro

Flour, eggs, sugar, butter, baking soda, salt…

Individually these ingredients would never be considered a meal, but together you have a good base for some cookies. The same can be said for the tech scene on the Central Coast.


Apr 4

RDS Servers, Hosted Exchange + Outlook Cached Exchange Mode

Ruby Nahal, Engineer By Ruby Nahal, Senior Engineer

With the rise of hosted exchange services like Office 365, it has increasingly become a challenge to preserve Outlook performance on RDS servers. Back in the day, you could only run Outlook in online mode on a remote desktop server. This was for the better because back then exchange deployments were local so we didn’t want RDS server storage filled up with unnecessary OST files.


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