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Moving from Remote-Ready to Remote-Resilient

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), remote work in the United States increased 115% between 2005 and 2015. Even before the current pandemic hit, global remote work was projected to increase by 30% over the next decade, according to Gartner. 

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The Contegix Promise: Continual Cloud Infrastructure Improvements in 2020 and Beyond

As we enter 2020, Contegix is migrating all customers running on our OpenStack platform to one of our new VMware clouds. We’ve invested a significant amount of resources and capital into building this new infrastructure and we are confident that the new clouds will provide a more stable environment for high-performing applications. We’ve outlined the benefits and technical details of these new clouds below: Enterprise vs. Open-Source

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5 Ways Contegix and Atlassian Help Clients Achieve Digital Transformation

Moving beyond talking about "digital transformation" to implementing it across an organization is complicated. A recent report from Deloitte confirms that 48% of executives see introducing digital transformation-ready business models as a top priority, but only half of their companies are ready for such a move.

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Streamlining Atlassian Tools By Analyzing Your Business Processes

There are several cases that can be made for using Atlassian’s suite of products to help you drive collaboration across your department. With Jira, project support professionals can manage and track issues, while tools like Confluence and Trello help promote cross-team collaboration, enabling your employees to create and organize tasks in one place. Bitbucket, meanwhile, allows IT departments to work together to create code and test it before deployment.

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Can Your Website Handle Cyber Monday?

If you’re an online retailer, you’ll likely never receive more traffic to your site in one day than you will on Cyber Monday. This is good news for your sales numbers. . . but only if users can complete transactions in a timely manner. If your e-commerce system isn’t capable, or your network can’t process the traffic spikes, your website can’t perform. This can lead to the loss of sales and maybe even customers all together. After all, a whopping 40% of customers will leave your site if it doesn’t load in 3 seconds.

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How Much Can Downtime Cost You?

Downtime can be devastating for your business. It can cost your business thousands and thousands of dollars in potential customers.