What the COVID-19 Crisis Reveals About Fragile Tech and 'Swimming Naked'

Apr 20, 2020 by Heather Joslyn

When preparing contingency plans for a potential crisis, a global pandemic would not previously have been high on any CEO’s list of likely scenarios. But a global pandemic has arrived, with terrible suddenness. And with the customers of companies around the world experiencing website crashes and interminable waits for service by phone, the fragility of much current tech infrastructure has been revealed, right when it most needs to be.

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Container Solutions' Trow Project Featured in The New Stack

Apr 15, 2020 by Heather Joslyn

At Container Solutions, our engineers not only serve clients but also contribute to open-source projects and create new software. We were proud to find that one of our projects—Trow, an image-management solution, a project led by CS’ chief scientist Adrian Mouat—was featured this week in The New Stack.

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Tech Events in the Time of COVID-19: Tips for Survival

Mar 25, 2020 by Carla Gaggini

It’s been about three weeks since events have started being cancelled or postponed on a regular basis because of the spread of COVID-19. From giants like Mobile World Congress, Google I/O, and WWDC, to indie conferences like Cloud Native Rejekts, GopherCon, or any kind of meetup, no public gathering has been spared. 

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Why Cutting Innovation Will Kill You After the Crisis

Mar 20, 2020 by Pini Reznik

It’s hard to think ahead when your house is on fire. But that’s exactly what we all need to do now.

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How Container Solutions’ Creativity Can Help You Cope With the COVID-19 Crisis

Mar 13, 2020 by Heather Joslyn

It’s been a hell of a week.

Last week, I wrote about how the COVID-19, or coronavirus, crisis was forcing millions of workers to work from home, and could spark increased demand in the crisis aftermath for companies to accommodate more remote workers.

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