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Sharing Lessons in HMIS

08/12/2019 | Filed under: Company News | Press Coverage| Permalink

In between managing our client work and organizing our yearly Nutmeg barbeque we managed to present at a few conferences this year on some of the work we’ve done with Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS).

First, we presented at the always amazing National Human Services Data Consortium event this spring in Nashville, TN. You can learn more about the conference here and download our presentation,

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Nutmeg Consulting Supports the Next Generation of Technology Enthusiasts

03/01/2016 | Filed under: Press Coverage | Thoughts on IT| Permalink

Continuing a tradition of supporting groups that advance technology education, Nutmeg Consulting is proud to lend its support to the Philadelphia based Maker Space, The Hacktory. We recently made a donation of a check and a new Jigsaw for the woodshop to support this fantastic organization as it settles into its brand new location.

If you have never heard of the term before, The Hacktory provides what is known as a “Maker Space”. What is a ...

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Internet Security - Are you as safe as you think??

12/18/2015 | Filed under: Company News | Press Coverage | Security | Thoughts on IT| Permalink

Chris and I had the opportunity to participate in an online "blab" forum this week, the topic was "Internet Security - Are You as Safe As You Think?" , hosted by Small Business USA. The live format was really cool, with

Check out the recorded feed by clicking the link below and let us know if you find this useful, entertaining, boring - we'd love to learn what other topics you'd be interested in!

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Recent SSL Vulnerability does not effect HMIS

04/11/2014 | Filed under: Company News | Press Coverage| Permalink

Heard about the Internet going to die in the next couple of days!? OpenSSL bug rocks the world, but you know its not all that bad.Here's a fantastic article from the Washington Post on it Click Here to Read . Check the websites you use for vulnerabilities with this tool (, and only change your password if the site has no vulnerability (doing so if its still vulnerable just exacerbates the problem).

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Staff Picks: Our Favorite Browsers & Add-Ons

08/22/2013 | Filed under: Press Coverage | Thoughts on IT| Permalink

With the many options for web browsers out there, it’s hard to really know which one best fits your needs. All browsers give you access to the internet, but each has its own set of features and add-ons to improve your web experience by providing new functionality and behaviors. Recently our top Techs offered some information about their personal favorite web browsers and add-ons.

James Buckley – Google Chrome & Chrome Sync I’ve always liked Google Chrome for its speed, stability and silent update, but a lesser known feature I’ve become...

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Tech Topic: Does Email Phishing Reel You In?

06/10/2013 | Filed under: Company News | Press Coverage | Thoughts on IT| Permalink

In an age where e-mail reigns as the major form of communication, people are finding more creative ways to obtain your personal information. Technology evolves and so do the minds of those scheming email attacks. This is why many of us get hooked by “phishing” emails.

Webopedia defines Phishing as “the act of sending an e-mail to a user falsely claiming to be an established legitimate enterprise in an attempt to scam the user into surrendering private information that...

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Nutmeg Presents at COHHIO Conference

04/24/2012 | Filed under: Company News | Press Coverage| Permalink

Russ Cormier (CEO of Nutmeg Consulting) and Carol Walter (Executive Director of CCEH) presented “A Successful Statewide HPRP Collaboration” at the April 2012 Housing Ohio Annual Conference.

The presentation was widely attended and described the process of how HPRP was implemented entirely across the State of Connecticut, with five municipalities and one large application all separately funded by HUD. Attendees learned how we...

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