In the tech world we probably hear “move it to the cloud” about a hundred times a day. While the cloud is a great thing, it’s not always right for everything. In this case we are talking about[…]
Last September we wrote a blog about the changes we might see to the National Institute of standards and Technology (NIST) password guidelines. These new guidelines were finalized on June 22, 2017.[…]
If you’re part of any small business community there’s a good chance you’ve heard the term “Glocal” or “Glocalization”. I know, it looks like a typo, but I promise it’s not. Glocalization, or going[…]
It’s one of those things you know you should do, but you just don’t want to, or you simply don’t have the time - tracking software licenses. Although creating a good internal process for this can be[…]
Last month Austin hosted the Smart Cities Connect Conference and Expo, and recently we’ve been hearing a lot about new technologies making their way into the office setting. So this week on the blog[…]
As a company that works with a lot of small businesses we bring up how vulnerable they are to cybersecurity attacks. But there’s another sector that warrants discussion. State and local governments[…]
“Happy Employees → Happy Customers”
It might be cliche, but we as a company believe that large part of that “happy employee” mentally comes from being an employee-owned company.
For the entirety[…]
I’m going to be honest, this blog started off somewhere totally different. But through research and discussions with our Chief Technology Officer, here’s where I landed: the future of VPNs.
At this point you’ve probably heard more than you want to about the resolution responsible for rolling back the internet privacy regulations approved in 2016 - otherwise known as Senate Joint[…]