Monthly Archives for July 2014

Web Controlled Short-Wave Radios..what’s not to enjoy?

Time for something a little different – this time targeted to the 33s and Analysts out there. Ever want to go back to the “Exciting” Days of yesteryear, and have access to a short-wave receiver? Well, I found one you … Continue reading

21. July 2014 by edbellmcse
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Implementing Agile Practices In A Support Oriented World

I was recently introduced to the Accredited Scaled Agile Practitioner (ASAP) from a colleague at work (thanks Justin). At first glance, this seems similar to other Agile Certifications – with one interesting piece, applicants must write a “Thesis” pertaining to … Continue reading

21. July 2014 by edbellmcse
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Dilbert and the Cloud

And to finish out the Cloud related Trifecta for the day……

16. July 2014 by edbellmcse
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CloudU–Education about The Cloud–In The Cloud

I’ve been kicking around another Certification Post for some time now – and with the spate of Cloud related posts (and news articles) I thought now would be a great time to run it. Therefore -    Welcome to CloudU.  Well, … Continue reading

16. July 2014 by edbellmcse
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Microsoft continues with their push towards the Cloud.

Just the other day, I was having a conversation with someone at work, regarding the shift to cloud computing. Now I read a pretty good article on Network World Microsoft COO tells partners to get with the cloud program now … Continue reading

16. July 2014 by edbellmcse
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Possibly The Greatest Office Invention

Ok, every now and then I see a gadget that I must have – and today is one of those days. Meet the under-desk foot hammock, called the Fuut.  At only $30, with easily adjustable heights, I know it is … Continue reading

16. July 2014 by edbellmcse
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Are we seeing an a new Start Bar in Windows?

When Windows 8 first released – I wasn’t one of those that complained “Where is the Start Bar?”.  Instead, I adapted and learned pretty quickly….and never looked back. When 8.1 arrived, the Start Bar came back, and I hardly use … Continue reading

15. July 2014 by edbellmcse
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Let The Shenanigans Begin

 

10. July 2014 by edbellmcse
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Is the Internet Slow–Check Outage Analyzer

The other day, I noticed some slowness, 404 errors and other web irregularities when going to some of my favorite sites (in this case CloudU for an upcoming blog post). As I went through the frustration of trying to determine … Continue reading

10. July 2014 by edbellmcse
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Cisco to buy Rackspace?

Below is an interesting article from the TheStreet.com, putting out an idea that Cisco might be in the market to buy Rackspace. This could have some serious and interesting ramifications in the IT World, as this would unify Cisco’s customer … Continue reading

08. July 2014 by edbellmcse
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