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Answering the Five W’s of the 2019 West Michigan IT Forecast

This year, we once again set out to understand how IT leaders use technology to shape their business growth. In our 2019 IT Forecast, we tackle topics of security, investment trends and IT hiring, but before we get into those details, we ought to understand first what defines an IT leader in West Michigan.
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Worksighted Hires Justin Himebaugh as Director of Finance

Holland, MI, 8/1/18– Worksighted, one of the fastest-growing IT services companies in Michigan, has hired Justin Himebaugh as the Director of Finance. In this new role, Himebaugh will lead the accounting and finance department at Worksighted. “We’ve experienced tremendous growth...
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Awesome Developments in Downtown Holland

The energy was unmistakable. Scanning the room, there was hardly an empty seat. The line stretched to the door. Baristas were everywhere, taking orders, preparing drinks, and answering questions. College students were collaborating on projects. Retirees were catching up on the latest news. Coffee fanatics were analyzing the taste of their beverages - and it was only 7:30 a.m.
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February Update: Intel CPU Vulnerabilities

On January 3, 2018, Intel announced a set of vulnerabilities that affect every computer, phone and server with an Intel processor. These vulnerabilities have been assigned the names “Meltdown” and “Spectre”. This flaw has existed for approximately 20 years and could allow malicious applications to access protected information stored by other applications on the computer. Because of this announcement, the application of monthly Microsoft Operating System Patches was compromised.
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Next Steps: Intel CPU Vulnerabilities

On January 3, 2018, Intel announced a set of vulnerabilities that affect every computer, phone and server with an Intel processor.  These vulnerabilities have been assigned the names ‘Meltdown’ and ‘Spectre’.  This flaw has existed for approximately 20 years and could allow malicious applications to access protected information stored by other applications on the computer.
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