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Jan 25
2018

Trust: Truly Keeping Core Values at the Core

By Russ Levanway, CEO

We’re spending some time revisiting our core values this year to ensure we don’t lose sight of their true meaning. I think that, for core values to be meaningful, they need to be reflected upon often, to be explored for new ways to model and apply them. In a healthy company, core values tend to manifest naturally because they’re integrated, but even in a healthy company, you may find, if you’re honest with yourself, certain elements of your core values might not be applied consistently. You need to reflect on that and find out how to make them part of your core again.

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Jan 23
2018

We’re under attack! Because of a computer screen?

False Alarm

By John Lim, CTO

Over the weekend, the residents of Hawaii got some crazy alerts about a missile that had launched. People were in a panic…but it was a false alarm. How can clicking one button immediately send out an alert like this, causing a state-wide panic, with no precautions in place and no “false alarm” alert handy just in case? How does a mistake like that happen? more


Jan 23
2018

Backing Up Your Cloud

By Ruby Nahal, Senior Engineer

Pretty much Ruby Nahal, Engineereveryone agrees that IAAS and SAAS is the future for IT as more and more traditional infrastructure is being converted into cloud infrastructure, and more and more businesses are choosing SAAS over in house applications.

As such, there may be less stress imposed on the backups for infrastructure housed in these cloud offerings (Amazon web services, Azure). Yes, the cloud offerings do give us the luxury of scalability, flexibility, and redundancy.

That does not, however, take away the necessity of having a proper backup solution in place.

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Jan 9
2018

How TekTegrity is addressing Spectre and Meltdown

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By John Lim, CTO

As you may have heard, there are two major security vulnerabilities in the wild coined Spectre and Meltdown.  These two vulnerabilities may impact computer, phone and tablet processors dating back to 1995.  TekTegrity is working with major technology vendors to immediately address this situation.

What is TekTegrity doing for you?

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