Here at Tallan, we are excited to announce our recognition as one of Hartford Business Journal’s Best Places to Work in Connecticut!
While the award is a new one for us, we have been celebrating our uniqueness for many years. Our focus on talent has been a leading driver of innovation and year over year growth, but has also lead to increased employee retention and satisfaction in the process. We are committed to bringing out the best in our team, giving them the tools and guidance to deliver innovative software applications and expand their career.
With an eye on expansion to Dallas/Ft. Worth this year, Tallan will continue its accelerated growth, bringing on 45 new team members this year in various regions.
“We have been lucky enough to recruit and retain truly talented technologists and business leaders over the past 30 years,” says…
The speed at which companies are moving to the cloud continues to accelerate. When the cloud-first came to be, the question was, why? Why should we relinquish control of our infrastructure? Once there was a reasonable answer to why, it became a matter of if, if we are going to move to the cloud. Now it’s a matter of when. And now that we’re there, the question has become, how do we organize everything and maintain control? In short, Governance. Governance enables you to; (i) establish control by implementing policies with real-time enforcement, compliance assessment, and remediation, (ii) deploy and update cloud environments in a repeatable manner using composable artifacts, (iii) query, explore, and analyze cloud resources at scale, (iv) define an organizational hierarchy, and (v) monitor cloud spend and optimize resources. Next week, we will begin a four-part mini-series on…
Microsoft recently announced the end of support (EOS) for SQL and Windows 2008. What does that mean for you? Maybe nothing, but if your company is currently running either version you need to consider your options. There are two important dates to make note of – July 9th and January 14th. SQL Server 2008 support ends on July 9, 2019 and Windows Server 2008 support ends January 14, 2020. Option 1 is to migrate to Azure. When you’re ready to, you can modernize your applications. Option 2 is to continue to run on 2008 until support ends and then decide. We can help to weigh your options.
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