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The Path to CHESA and My Mentors: An Interview with Sierra O'Connor

By The Women of CHESA, an interview

About Sierra O'Connor: Sierra is a 24-year-old, Baltimore native that found herself in the IT industry right out of college. Sierra joined the CHESA sales team in 2019 and is based in Baltimore. She is responsible for developing and maintai...

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Sports Broadcast Learnings from 2020 Inform the Future. And it’s Grand.

By K. Douglas Price, CHESA Sr. Account Mgr – Central

Monday Morning Quarterback Sports Video Survey - The Future Looks Bright  They say hindsight is 2020. As I reflect on the past year and our world of sports, I won’t soon forget the cancellation of games, the job/family/community bubbl...

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Introducing the Women of CHESA

By Amy Lounsbury, Director of Marketing

We are in a new year with new challenges and new aspirations. After closing out 2020, I think we are all in search of a bit of inspiration. I feel incredibly lucky that this inspiration came in the form of two incredible individuals who als...

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IT for the creative professional. Is NVMe Right for You Right Now?

By Ben Kilburg, Senior Solutions Architect – East

At CHESA, we like to say that our passion for the bleeding edge of technology helps to keep our clients on the cutting edge. That motto fuels the primary purpose of our work – to help you use technology to your advantage. Sometimes that m...

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JAVA EXPLOIT - vulnerability with Log4j

Continue Following this Blog Post for Live Updates! On Friday, December 10, 2021, CHESA received notice that there is a vulnerability with Log4j. “Log4j is a Java-based logging audit framework within Apache. Apache Log4j2 2.14.1 and below are susceptible to a remote code execution vulnerability where a remote attacker can lever...

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