In order for your teams to work as efficiently as possible, performance is critical. You need a secure, stable platform that can accommodate all of your users 24 x7. We are Atlassian’s premier hosting partner and specialize in Server and Data Center deployments. Our support engineers proactively monitor your application and regularly communicate with you.
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Businesses of all sizes trust Contegix to host their Atlassian suite and we are uniquely equipped to manage large enterprise implementations that may have too many users for the Atlassian Cloud.
Our cloud solutions meet the highest standards of security and compliance – FedRAMP, HIPAA, PCI DSS, SOC 2 Type II.
We ensure your platform is stable and highly available by proactively monitoring it. This includes content checks, host monitoring, security scans and SOC monitoring.
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How Managed Service Providers Can Help Higher Education Address the Challenges Brought On By COVID-19
From outsourcing IT services requests, to managing cloud migration, to improving security architecture, managed service providers (MSPs) offer their clients a variety of services to navigate the increasingly complex, unpredictable technological world.
Installing Jira: Options and Step-by-Step Instructions for Linux and Windows
Jira is your one-stop project management solution, with the ability to meet the needs of companies from small startups to global brands. For some organizations, the performance and reliability of running Jira on Atlassian’s own infrastructure — Atlassian Cloud — is enough. But for enterprises who need control over every aspect of their Jira deployment, the customizability of Atlassian Data Center — the only self-install option available with the deprecation of Atlassian Server — is a must. And that requires you to handle installing Jira yourself.
Why Outsourcing Network Risk Assessments is Good for Business
As more companies seek “remote-first” workplaces for the long haul, IT teams are under pressure to ensure current network measures are enough to handle this long-term shift to distributed work environments. One way to check for resiliency within systems is by performing a network risk assessment—an audit of a network system and all of the devices within it.