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5 strategic benefits to relying on IT providers with tech certifications

There are lots of factors to consider when evaluating potential new tech partnerships. You want to work with providers who are honest, trustworthy, and transparent, but you also need to make sure that they have the skills, capabilities, and qualifications required to get the job done. There’s also turnaround time, availability, communication, experience, and flexibility…

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SOC2, ISO, GDPR, CCPA, NIST, HIPAA, and others: Are they related?

In an industry that is increasingly saturated with security standards and regulations, it is important to know their scope, applicability, and how they relate to each other. Compliance, whether voluntary or mandatory, will depend on the type of company and/or its residence. Below is a general vision of the majority of security standards, regulations, and…

Human Resources

How to Retain Employees (and Avoid Attrition) in a Remote Work Environment

If you’re a business owner or HR manager, you probably already recognize the importance of employee retention. On average, employee turnover costs businesses roughly 33% of the lost employee’s salary. That means that a $60,000 per year employee could cost you $20,000 in recruitment and onboarding on top of the $60,000 salary of his or…

CI/CD - Highlighted

Deploy serverless app stack with Serverless Framework

This article describes how to deploy a basic serverless app using the Serverless Framework. We will be covering a brief introduction of Serverless, a comparison with other frameworks/tools, and finally, the step-by-step to make the code to deploy a basic API GW-Function app in AWS using Serverless.   Serverless Framework Serverless Framework is an open-source…

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When should you migrate your system to a microservice architecture?

Over the past decade or so, microservice system architecture has become increasingly popular with companies looking for increased flexibility. Unlike monolithic single-unit applications, microservices are essentially a collection of small, independently deployed services that form a larger application. One of the earliest companies to switch to microservices was Netflix – back in 2009, before the…