Can Your Current Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Handle your Remote Workforce?

February 2, 2021

By Anthony Rufrano, CPP Infrastructure Practice Lead COVID-19 ushered in a new requirement for all businesses – remote workforce. The question, “How do I keep my business running when my employees cannot be in the office?” brings on a whole new meaning in today’s world. It used to be that […]

Do you have a plan for your environment’s “planned obsolescence”?

February 2, 2021

By Dan Libonati, Senior Solutions Architect Today, most companies are focusing on their core competencies: their business and how to stay on top of it during the pandemic. The IT teams have been gearing up the infrastructure to ensure that business units or staff have been able to connect to […]

Access Control in a Post-COVID World

February 2, 2021

By John Duffy, CPP Chief Technologist The COVID-19 virus (both the original virus and the more deadly variant strains) has changed the importance of access control. Today, access control saves lives. In virtually all healthcare environments, a staff member scans for temperature, asks contact tracing questions, and mandates wearing masks. […]

CPP Guiding Principle: High Tech with High Touch

February 2, 2021

“Technical infrastructure is essential to everything. It will accelerate all good and all bad trends. For these very reasons, the human element becomes more important. High tech without high touch does not work. The more influential technology becomes, the more important the human factor which controls that technology becomes. Remember, […]

ALERT (11/6/20, 1 p.m.EST) Recommended Actions to Contain Vulnerability in Cisco AnyConnect VPN Platform

November 6, 2020

A recent vulnerability in the Cisco AnyConnect VPN platform has been disclosed that could allow an attacker to execute malicious code/scripts via a targeted user. Cisco has also advised that a proof-of-concept exploit code is already publicly available. While security updates are not yet available for this vulnerability, Cisco is […]

PT Barnum, AWS, and Egress

May 19, 2020

The case for planning ahead! Recently (March 19,2020), The Register published an article about NASA and ‘surprising’ AWS egress charges. Apparently, even rocket scientists have a hard time figuring out AWS egress charges. According to the piece, current projections indicate that NASA will pay up to $30M per year by […]

Secure Access in an Insecure World

April 27, 2020

Top 5 questions to ask when you’re selecting a remote access solution for your business. With the recent pandemic, many organizations have been forced to quickly move their operations from a traditional office setting, to a remote workforce with little to no planning. Remote Access can increase productivity and reduce […]

Coronavirus Relief from HPE

April 22, 2020

We’re all looking to make a difference during this time of crisis, from small acts of kindness to big gestures of generosity. While individuals find ways to help in their community, big businesses like Hewlett Packard Enterprise are making some strategic decisions to positively impact the community as well. As part of a […]

CPP Connects Online and Helps Local Businesses

April 6, 2020

Join CPP for a webinar this month, have lunch on us, and help support a local business.   The Covid-19 pandemic has created chaos all over the world.  No aspect of our lives has been untouched and things are changing every day. The team at CPP had planned to several […]

HPE Digital Learner Platform Makes Ongoing Training Easy

March 23, 2020

CPP Partner, Paul O’dell weighs in on the importance of ongoing training in a world where the use of artificial intelligence is growing exponentially and a talented workforce is in demand. As an HPE Platinum Partner, my organization collaborates with our clients to configure solutions that satisfy their most urgent […]