For the tenth year in a row, Systems Engineering has been honored as one of Maine's Best Places to Work. This ongoing recognition is a testament to our unwavering dedication to fostering a remarkable employee experience and cultivating our 100% employee-owned culture.
Today's rapid advancement of technology is opening up endless opportunities for business growth and innovation. This constant evolution is reshaping how companies operate, compete, and cater to customers. With technological advancements showing no signs of slowing down, how can your business find ways to stay current on emerging technologies and improve operational excellence with technology?
Microsoft is officially retiring Stream (Classic) in April 2024 and replacing it with Stream (on SharePoint). Companies should begin migrating important content out of Stream (Classic) now, as Microsoft warns any content remaining in Stream (Classic) after its retirement date will be deleted.
Security, compatibility, and compliance are the biggest threats that result from not keeping your technology current, also known as technical debt. These problems can occur by running software and hardware past the point of manufacturer support (end-of-life systems and software), putting your business at unnecessary risk.
New Service Provides Clients with a Measurable Approach to Operationalize the NIST Framework and Benefit from Continuous Improvement in Cybersecurity
The following is provided for reference purposes and to inform clients as to which versions of these common products are supported by the manufacturer and therefore covered under our service terms.
Systems Engineering is aware of the vulnerabilities recently found in NetScaler ADC (formerly Citrix ADC) and NetScaler Gateway (formerly Citrix Gateway). Exploits on unmitigated appliances have been observed.