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By Sean Waugh | Monday, March 15, 2010 - Leave a Comment

As you have probably already noticed, we have updated our security portal recently with a few changes.   This is the initial release of our long vaunted Portal 2.0 project.  This new content management system will be the foundation upon which we migrate and components from our old site and build new functionality.

Currently there is not a great deal to see besides the articles.  Please feel free to browse around and leave us your feedback in the comments.  Also, you can still access our old site by selecting the ‘Client Sign In’ link to your left.  The next phase involves the migration of our authentication configuration from the old site.

Sean Waugh, CISSP, MCSA
Network Administrator
Infotex Inc

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