As a kid, I helped my Dad put a triple-barrel carburetor into his restored 1967 Pontiac GTO. For those less familiar, the GTO was one of the great “muscle cars” of its era. These cars were designed for awesome speed …Read more
It was a beautiful night for a gala in the gardens of the Grand America Hotel in Downtown Salt Lake City. As the sun set over the reception area, guests in sharp suits and designer dresses were catching up with …Read more
We love laptops. Especially the modern lightweight ones with long battery life, HD displays and clever hinges so they can be used as a tablet or a tent for small rodents.
As a frequent traveler who reluctantly used a MacBook …Read more
Windows 10 presents IT with a vast array of new challenges, and delivering a seamless migration is daunting. Additionally, Microsoft’s new release cadence, with frequent large updates, will force IT into a constant state of migration and endless rounds of …Read more
Check out this quick interview we conducted with Kevin J Smith, Senior Vice President of Strategic Alliances at Ivanti and author of the new book The Practical Guide to World-Class IT Service Management, available on Amazon.
As a product… Read more
Which is more difficult: learning one new thing, or learning two new things at the same time? From the time we were small, we learned how to first crawl, then walk, then run. Though these three activities all got us …Read more
Greetings. This week, a malware fireball from China, a password management service is hacked, and a buggy Windows 10 update and a “time-traveling” fix. Feel free to let me know what you think.
Fireball: Chinese Marketing Firm Accused of Infecting… Read more
Automation can make IT at your enterprise more secure, more efficient, and more valuable to your business. It can have personal benefits for you and your team as well.
Automation and Productivity
“Automation will change the daily work activities of …Read more