CEO Scott Gorcester Speaks on eFolder Panel

Last week, VirtualQube CEO Scott Gorcester was a part of an expert panel for eFolder’s Partner Round Table at the Capitol Grille in downtown Seattle. IT professionals from the Puget Sound region attended to share their experiences and gain a better understanding of eFolder’s offerings Read More

Scott Gorcester on ‘Money For Lunch’ Blog Radio

CEO, Scott Gorcester spoke about BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) this morning based off his book ‘The Business Owner’s Essential Guide To IT and All Things Digital’. Scott was featured in an interview on ‘Money For Lunch’ blog radio, hosted by Bret Martinez. Listen to Read More

VirtualQube and Fujitsu Want To Buy You Lunch!

Invite You to a Lunch & Learn March 25, 2015, Spokane, WA -or- March 26, 2015, Bellevue, WA Defining the Software Defined Data Center Ours is an industry full of “buzz words” - “converged,” “hyper-converged,” “software defined storage,” “software defined networking,” and now “software defined data center.” Read More

WatchGuard e-Series End of Life

If you’re running a WatchGuard e-Series firewall appliance, please note that it will reach End of Life on December 31, 2015. Here’s what that means for you: First of all, when your current LiveSecurity subscription (and/or other Unified Threat Manager components) expires, you will not Read More

VirtualQube Announces Cloud-Based VDI

VirtualQube is pleased to announce the availability of Cloud-Based VDI as an option for Hosted Private Cloud customers. Historically, most customers have been well-served by Cloud desktops delivered from shared servers using Microsoft Remote Desktop Services and Citrix XenApp. However, there are some situations where Read More

CEO, Scott Gorcester and CSO, Karl Burns Quoted In Article

Scott Gorcester and Karl Burns were quoted in an article on today. The article talked about the economic upswing currently happening in Seattle, Washington and the impact that cloud technology has had. Read the article here.

VirtualQube Cloud NOT Vulnerable to POODLE Attack

In this context, “POODLE” stands for “Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption,” and refers to a specific way to attack SSL-encrypted communications. SSL v3.0 is an older encryption standard that has a known design vulnerability. Although SSL v3.0 has largely been replaced by TLS encryption, Read More

October 2014 VirtualQube Partners

VirtualQube signed a new partner to its Cloud Hosting Partner Program in October 2014. A big welcome to: Apollo Blue of Chicago, IL. A collaboration with VirtualQube ensures customers the technology running in a business becomes almost invisible to its users. By becoming a partner, you Read More

September 2014 VirtualQube Partners

VirtualQube signed three new partners to its Cloud Hosting Partner Program in September 2014. A big welcome to: Equinox IT Services of Orem, UT. On Demand IT of Vancouver, WA. A collaboration with VirtualQube ensures customers the technology running in a business becomes almost invisible Read More

VirtualQube Cloud Infrastructure NOT Impacted by GNU Bash Vulnerability

On September 24, 2014, a vulnerability in the Bash shell was publicly announced. This vulnerability, also known as “ShellShock,” has been identified by the NIST as CVE-2014-7169. This vulnerability primarily affects GNU/Linux distributions and other products that are based upon those distributions. VirtualQube’s hosting infrastructure Read More