Last night in a maintenance window that started at 11 PM and just finished, the technology team moved the majority of our servers from the NOC in Corunna into the NOC in our new location. It was a great team effort including Mike Cross and Jim Scheffler both leading the way – plus Rick Finn, Zach Spencer, John McKnight, Jordan Wertz, Scott McClurg, Collin Rose, Bill Spencer and myself. We moved over 15 servers, added a new fiber line connection, rewired our internal network, and put them all into the new NOC. The new NOC is a vast improvement. It … Continue reading →
by Zach Spencer There will be a Server Facility Upgrade tonight (Thursday, December 6th). All servers will be down momentarily at 3 AM (EST – New York Time). We appreciate your patience during this brief interruption of service. Reports will not be available from 11PM to 4AM. We apologize for any inconvenience. — Us Here’s this broken down into better information for you guys. At 11PM, we will be taking down the websites. This includes the blog, our homepage, the “My Account” center for members, and the sign up process. Barring catastrophe (and we’re working very hard to bar catastrophe) … Continue reading →
by Zach Spencer I was checking my email the other day, and found this forwarded from one of our support email addresses. Chris has been a Covenant Eyes accountability partner for a little bit over a year. Dear Covenant Eyes folks, I just hung up the phone after a 25-minute phone conversation with one of your tech support personnel. I just have to brag on this division of your organization. I have never found a tech support person to compare with every one of those I’ve spoken to from Covenant Eyes. Each and every Covenant Eyes technical support representative with … Continue reading →
by Zach Spencer Hot on the tail of the Windows Update, we’ve released a new version of Covenant Eyes for the Mac. This version (1.3.3) is available from our download center, and can also be upgraded to by right clicking on the Covenant Eyes icon in your dock, and clicking “Check for Upgrade…” This release is to fix an issue with uninstalling Covenant Eyes on Mac OS X Leopard, which would cause the Internet to be unavailable after removing the program.
by Zach Spencer Jim Rose, our chaplain here at Covenant Eyes, has provided us with a good hours worth of teaching on integrity in relationships. He calls it “Building Integrity in Relationships – How to have an Accountability Relationship that Works.” We’ve broken it up into four segments, and this is the first titled “Building Relationships of Trust.” Enjoy! Since this one is really small, we’ve included a bigger version in our Help and Support Center. You can also download the video/audio files below.