I woke up early and prepped to drive into enemy territory. This past Friday, I made the drive up to Huntsville, TX, for the Huntsville Educator Security Luncheon. Patrick Vardeman, head of Cybersecurity Business Development at Converge, was invited to give a...
In our last blog post, we spoke about the “VUCA” world, and how things have been rapidly changing for CIOs and IT departments. We talked about the new “normal”. Today, we will press ahead with the question, “How can you navigate through the VUCA...
I had the pleasure and privilege of joining Vicom back in April 2003. It’s unbelievable how quickly time goes. Vicom has always been a New York–based company, and that’s one of the things that has always made it special. We are a NY Metro–based company that focuses on...
For many companies, writing is a core part of doing business. Whether it’s creating a project proposal, a sales pitch, or a legal document, organizations need their skilled employees to write long-form, detailed pieces of content to move projects forward, share...
Thinking about moving some database workloads to public cloud? Or already moved some? Across the public cloud providers, there is a smorgasbord of options, though it’s certainly not an all-you-can-eat buffet! In this blog, we’ll give you some food for thought while...
We are living in scary times when it comes to IT. Just look at the news, and you’ll likely see another ransomware attack on another company. And it’s not just the large, enterprise-size firms that are being affected. Firms of all sizes are targeted, and it doesn’t...
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