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Alliance sponsors AGCMO Conference

  • Posted by Alliance Technologies
Alliance Technologies sponsors lunch for this year’s AGCMO Digital and Construction Technology Conference. On November 3rd, the AGCMO will host their annual conference. It’s a full day of networking, demos, and speakers related to the digital and technology fields. The event is geared towards showing new Digital and Technology to the construction industry. This is […]
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Alliance Wins Future 50 Award

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Alliance Technologies, LLC., was selected by St. Louis Small Business Monthly as a “Future 50 Company” indicating the firm is one of the fastest growing small businesses in the St. Louis area. The award is based on nominations from clients and other business owners. It honors those companies who will play a large role in […]
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Alliance Technologies LLC Partners with TechKnow Solutions

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Agreement Enables Alliance to Assist TechKnow Clients with IT Infrastructure Alliance Technologies, LLC, announced this week that they have partnered with TechKnow Solutions in Breese, Illinois to provide IT and networking infrastructure services to TechKnow clients. The agreement will expand Alliance’s growing customer base as it provides new services to businesses in the Metro East. […]
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Alliance Technologies Supports 2016 Salute to the Troops at Fair St. Louis

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Alliance Technologies, LLC, one of Small Business Monthly’s Top 50 fastest growing companies in the St. Louis Metro area, showed their support for those who protect our freedom every day by sponsoring the 2016 Fair St. Louis Salute to the Troops. The annual Salute to the Troops honors soldiers and their families. This year, soldiers […]
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GoToMyPC Compromised – What you should know

  • Posted by Jonathan Eggers
Recently, Citrix announced their product GoToMyPC compromised by a sophisticated password attack. GoToMyPC maintains that their own infrastructure wasn’t infiltrated, but instead usernames and passwords from other recent security breaches, such as the recent LinkedIN breach, were being systematically used to try to log into GoToMyPC. This is a good example of why security experts recommend […]
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