Understanding The Enemy + Why Your Antivirus Isn’t Enough

  Understanding The Enemy + Why Your Antivirus Isn’t Enough By Russ Levanway, President You probably saw a dominant story in the news a couple of months ago about a major fuel shortage across the eastern seaboard. The pipeline that provides almost half the oil to the northeast and south came under a cyber-attack. Gas… Read more »

Ditch the Drama: 5 Ways to Stay Ahead of The Hackers

  Ditch the Drama: 5 Ways to Stay Ahead of The Hackers By Russ Levanway, President Ransomware attacks are getting to the point where they are becoming existential threats to organizations and can disrupt entire industries and supply chains.  If it wasn’t serious before, it is now.  Furthermore, hackers are increasingly sophisticated and daring, and… Read more »

Battle for the Net: Why We Believe in Keeping the Internet Neutral

By John Lim, CTO Where were you on December 14th, 2017? Wait, What? What is going on December 14th, 2017? A very critical vote by the FCC will happen on December 14th, 2017. Without Net Neutrality, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) will be able to provide you better service to content on the internet from their business partners… Read more »

Internet for All; What’s Not to Love?

By John Lim, CTO So last Friday, I was up in my old stomping grounds, San Francisco Bay Area, attending the annual Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California Fall Conference. What does TekTegrity have to do with Non-Profit/Affordable Housing? A lot, actually.

United States vs. Apple :: Taking a Stand

By Russ Levanway Rhetoric vs. Reality The standoff between Apple and the FBI over access to the iPhone used by Syed Rizwan Farook in the San Bernardino mass shooting last December is a polarizing case. In the media, the rhetoric has primarily hinged on a question of safety vs. privacy: Should the government have backdoor… Read more »

Cal Poly Marine Sciences Pier launches (literally) Microsoft’s new Underwater Cloud

By Josh Erdman Microsoft sunk a 38,000-pound container off the Cal Poly Marine Science Research Pier in Avila Beach yesterday. The 3-month research project is dubbed Project Natick and contains within its 10’x7′ vessel a data center with the processing power of 300 desktops. Why? Because as anyone with a server room knows, storing data is hot business. Really… Read more »

Security Advisory Regarding Internet Explorer Vulnerability

News outlets are reporting a significant new vulnerability in all versions of Internet Explorer.  There have been only very limited reports of this vulnerability being exploited by hackers… so far. At the end of yesterday, Microsoft released a workaround solution for this vulnerability.  After testing it, TekTegrity began deploying to all of our clients starting… Read more »

Windows 8 Review

                      What’s the deal with       ? You might have heard about Microsoft’s new Operating System Windows 8 and now you are wondering if you should upgrade? Microsoft has made substantial changes to their product compared to previous versions. The most noticeable thing for every user… Read more »