Blog

May
23
2016

BBQing Made Easy with LogicMonitor

Author: iVision   |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments   |   Read more

iVision CTO, Eric Aslaksen, wrote this post for LogicMonitor and it’s too exciting not to share! Announcing the Tappecue Datasource! This is the first year that we’ve participated in the Pick’n In Grant Park BBQ Competition whose proceeds go towards the preserving the historic Grant Park in Atlanta. This year’s competition brought together 15 professional […]

May
11
2016
iVision Develops Zenoss PowerShell Module

iVision Develops Zenoss PowerShell Module

Author: iVision   |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments   |   Read more

Unifying Management Systems via PowerShell In today’s data center, it is quite common for enterprise and SMBs to deploy multiple monitoring products to manage their heterogeneous environments; SQL Foglight for database server monitoring, System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) for Windows Server monitoring and agentless solutions like LogicMonitor and Zenoss for Linux and hardware monitoring, to name […]

Apr
21
2016
Recycle, Reuse, Inspire – Technology Donations to Celebrate Earth Day

Recycle, Reuse, Inspire – Technology Donations to Celebrate Earth Day

Author: iVision   |   Category: Blog, Community   |   No Comments   |   Read more

  Tracy Barahona, Client Advocate at iVision, engages the company to celebrate Earth Day by supporting a local charity.  What happens when you mix a sustainable recycling method with a non-profit dedicated to leveraging technology? You create a program that collects and donates re-purposed devices to power student achievement. This is inspired by PowerMyLearning, a […]

Jan
21
2016
Test-Driven Development Tutorial using Visual Studio Unit Tests

Test-Driven Development Tutorial using Visual Studio Unit Tests

Author: David Simmons   |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments   |   Read more

Test-driven development (TDD) is a concept that I have started utilizing when writing code. If you are unfamiliar with this concept, TDD can simply be described as the practice of developing the tests before coding the actual logic. If you are new to this concept, it may seem backwards to write a test before having any code to run it against, but I have found that writing code this way can help eliminate many potential bugs in your code. In this blog post I will describe the basic process of developing code using TDD, and walk through an example of writing code using this strategy to demonstrate how you can use TDD to write code more effectively. (Note: Mocks, Fakes, Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control will not be discussed since the objective of this post is only to demonstrate the TDD process.)

Jan
12
2016
Communication is the Common Denominator

Communication is the Common Denominator

Author: Seema Camp   |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments   |   Read more

As a Project Manager, the most valuable tool that I have in my tool box is communication. It’s a Swiss Army knife that can bring teams together, solve problems, and ensure client satisfaction. I believe communication is the common denominator when leading successful projects.

Jan
6
2016
CryptoWall 4.0

CryptoWall 4.0

Author: Simon Cartin   |   Category: Blog   |   No Comments   |   Read more

A new variant of the CryptoWall ransomware is making the rounds, labeled as version 4.0. It behaves in a similar manner, arriving as an attachment to an email that the user clicks to install the malware, which begins encrypting disks and shares.