Why Do We Need Juneteenth? On Thursday, President Biden signed the bill that makes Juneteenth (June nineteenth) a national holiday. The bill gained strength as a result of the Black Lives Matter movement. “By making Juneteenth a federal holiday, all Americans can feel the power of this day
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TCGi Happenings! We have: Announced our strategic alliance with Connection Enterprise Solutions. Participated in the NCWIT Black Woman in the Technology Workforce panel. Hear the replay. Won the $5 Million+ category of the Pivot Champs Virtual Face Off. Woo-hoo! Participated in the virtual 5K Walk for Haiti.
Cryptomining via PowerShell Caught at Retailer. The Netsurion EventTracker SOC reviews billions of logs daily to keep their customers safe from advanced threats. The EventTracker SOC (Security Operations Center) detected malware that bypassed the customer’s traditional Anti-Virus (AV) software. Cryptomining malware infects workstations and laptops to create armies
I attended the ISM–New Jersey & APICS-Central Jersey Chapter joint meeting on February 5 and was able to talk Marty Carrara, the keynote presenter into allowing me to post his presentation. Carrara is commercial and transactions attorney in the pharmaceuticals industry (See more about him below). According to Marty,
The #1 risk to your hybrid infrastructure is a trusted identity with excessive privileges.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are finding many organizations that are in need of additional IT equipment for those who are working from home. Desktops Laptops Printers Monitors Headsets Please let me know if you have any immediate needs
We have heard on the street that some businesses are buying non-rugged computers and adding boxes to protect them, because it is “cheaper”. I emphasize the word cheaper because it is not necessarily cost-effective when you look at the total cost of ownership. If these computers are being used inside,
“I’ve been to the Mountaintop” (1968) It has been more than 50 years (1969) since Executive Order (EO) 11458 was signed by President Richard M Nixon. Executive Order 11458 and Executive Order 11625 which expanded the scope of the first EO, provided a national program for the development
Diversity. It’s a word you hear quite often. While this is especially true in the tech industry, companies in every sector are working to promote diversity. It’s an issue that has become increasingly important. The fact that the United States’ demographic landscape is rapidly changing gives this issue even more weight.
2019 has been a whirlwind year for TCGi. The purchase of BigVar and expansion as a value-added reseller of IT hardware and software has been very successful. TCGi was also excited to be invited to become a member of the 2019 WBENC Conference & Business Fair’s Host Committee. Avis presented