With software applications and data now in the cloud, networks are the gateway to everything your employees need to do their jobs. Network devices like switches, routers, and firewalls form that vital connection between your business and the cloud—and if a problem causes the network to go down, your business grinds to a halt. That interruption means lost productivity, and of course, lost revenue.
With our managed network services, your network will just work, kind of like electricity—silently and reliably functioning in the background, powering your business to do what it does best.
Rely on Contegix to
Spot potential issues before they affect your network
Ensure your network is designed to support your current and evolving business needs
Reduce network risk with real-time network configuration backups
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A Guide to the Atlassian Product Suite
Looking for a digital solution to improve agility, efficiency or organization? There’s an Atlassian solution for that. Atlassian’s suite of tools (Jira, Confluence, Trello, Bitbucket and more) have been adopted by thousands of companies worldwide. And with help from Contegix—the only Atlassian Platinum Partner that offers application support services, and private and public cloud deployment assistance—Atlassian tools can be successfully adopted and implemented by any company across a multitude of use cases.
Mapping the Evolution of Content Management Software With Drupal 7, 8 and 9
Content management software (CMS) plays a crucial role in today’s digital business world. A CMS makes it easy for companies to manage and update their websites and create a strong online presence. They are especially helpful for enterprises without an in-house web development team: Today’s CMS options are built so that individuals and businesses can maintain their existing website pages in a single interface without needing specialized technical knowledge.
3 Ways An External Partner Helps Optimize CMS Platforms
A content management system needs to look as good and work as seamlessly on the backend as it does on a company’s website. Employees publishing content, updating or replacing code, and designing web features need to be able to locate resources within the CMS to complete their work with relative simplicity—regardless of the complexity of the job at-hand.
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