On September 6, 2020, we lost our dear friend and colleague Scott Muggli to a battle with cancer. Many of our clients and partners worked with Scott over the years and if you did it became immediately apparent how important he was to our company.
Over the past few months, we have all learned the need for agility during these uncertain times. This has exposed the need to move quickly, creatively, and cost-effectively to accomplish business goals and to stay relevant in the marketplace.
One of the impacts of the COVID-19 situation is an increased consumption of on-demand and streaming services. Although that may be a bright spot in this challenging time for some businesses, it also means a strain on their system, infrastructure, and resources.
Data analytics has recently been gaining focus from enterprises across the country. As we turn to focus on 2020 and the priorities of our clients, data analytics is definitely toward the top of the list.
The threat of cybersecurity attacks are on the rise due to recent political events across the globe (see recent Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency alert). In this kind of landscape, it is an especially good time to review and tighten down security practices where they relate to internal and cloud infrastructure.