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I’ve been away…

Sorry for neglecting the blog lately, I’ve been overwhelmed with work since November. Running at about 150% utilized between projects and management responsibilities. Things are starting to settle down for me know, so I am hopeing to blog a bit … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Baselines

Establishing baselines are a critical component to long-term management of any system (IT, manufacturing, etc.)  Baselines allow you to understand your norms and help forecast your future.  I find myself constantly baselining in everyday life. When I take the kids to … Continue reading

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Back to the Blog…

It’s been awhile since I have posted anything new.  I always thought that with more travel, I would have more downtime at nights to write.  However, I have found the inverse to be true.  By the time I get back … Continue reading

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Welcome to my new blog site…

WELCOME to my new and improved blog!  I have transferred all my original posts to a new site powered by WordPress.  I was very happy with my Google Blogger site, but with some upcoming changes, I needed my own dedicated … Continue reading

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The Future of Computing? BYOC!

Check out my latest article, and in depth look at Bring Your Own Computer to Work Policies… A growing trend in technology firms is Bring Your Own Computer (BYOC or BYOPC). Of course organizations such as Microsoft, Google, Citrix and … Continue reading

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TheGenerationV.com

I’m happy to announce that I am joining the team over at TheGenerationV.com. I will still be maintaining my personal blog here as time allows, of course, but will also be writing case studies and analysis articles for GenerationV. TheGenerationV.com … Continue reading

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HP NCU vs Symantec End Point Security

I ran into an odd situation at a client site last week. We were implementing HP Blades, but were having problems with the teaming software. BL460 G1 blades with the NC737i network cards, Windows 2008 Enterprise SP1. Although both NICs … Continue reading

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Jack-of-all-Trades, Master of None?

I’ve always considered myself a Jack-of-all-Trades, but a master of none. I have purposely tried to walk a fine line between business and technology. That’s one reason I chose to pursue an MBA instead of just another certification. It gives … Continue reading

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Degree vs. Certification

A common question in IT is, which is better — a certification or a degree? Unfortunately, there is no right answer. In my mind, it is a combination of both… but mostly is about whether you can do the job … Continue reading

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Welcome

Welcome All! After researching numerous blogs, I’ve decided to jump in and start my own. The primary purpose will be to document and comment on information technologies. These posts will be a way for me to combine various tid-bits of … Continue reading

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