SonicWall Announces End of Support for TZ100, TZ210 and NSA240 Firewall Security Appliances in 2017

SonicWall Announces End of Support for TZ100, TZ210 and NSA240 Firewall Security Appliances in 2017

Over time, products and services go through a natural lifecycle and eventually reach their end of life. SonicWall has announced the TZ100, TZ210 and NSA240 series firewall security appliances are nearing their End of Support (EOS). These appliances were first released more than 4 years ago, and have done a great job of providing secure internet access, web browsing and remote access for our clients and their networks.

Staff Spotlight

Eli Person
NOC Administrator
I was born in Latrobe, PA. My family moved to Greensburg, PA shortly afterwards. My family moved to Gettysburg, PA when I was 15. It was quite a “culture shock” to move to a much more rural area, but I think it was beneficial to experience different types of people and ways of life when I was younger.

Staff Spotlight

Joe Schneider
Procurement Specialist/Services Coordinator
My formative years were spent in Tarentum, a small Borough along the banks of the Allegheny River in the upper corner of Allegheny County. I spent a brief period of time living in Annapolis, Maryland, but upon coming back I’ve lived in the City of Pittsburgh and have never looked back.

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Nick Edwards
ServiceDesk Consultant

I was born and raised in Plum Borough and have one brother. My parents still live in the house I grew up in. My first job was at my family’s bakery, Stoeckleins, now in Penn Hills. I spent many nights into the early mornings there when I was in my teen years frying donuts among other things.

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Dennis Coglianese
vCIO/Account Manager
I was born in Brooklyn, NY, but we moved to Levittown, NY when I was two years old. I spent most of my life on Long Island until we moved our family to Pittsburgh 24 years ago. My wife Debi and I celebrated our 38th wedding anniversary this year and we have three grown married children; Lisa, William and Laura.

Annual Client HIPAA Roundtable Discussion for 2016

Annual Client HIPAA Roundtable Discussion for 2016

HIPAA is the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. The primary goal of the law is to make it easier for people to keep health insurance, protect the confidentiality and security of healthcare information and help the healthcare industry control administrative costs.

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Cliff Laschon
Field Consultant
I'm a Pittsburgh native - born and raised in Kilbuck Township and now live in Moon Township - not far from my childhood home where my mom still lives. My wife Marivien and I have been together for a little over 10 years and were married in May of 2014. My education includes Avonworth High School in the North Hills and Pittsburgh Technical Institute in Oakdale (graduating from the advanced class with high honors to obtain an Associate in Specialized Technology Degree in Computer and Network System Technology). Some of my current certifications include CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, SonicWALL CSSP, and Microsoft MCSA on the Windows Server 2012 platform.