Modern Network Architecture:

January, 2012


January 26, 2012  8:13 PM

Modern Network Architecture – Desktop Virtual Cloud



Posted by: James Murray
Desktop Private Cloud, IT Architect, IT Consulting, Modern Network Architecture

Wouldn't it be nice if a quick internet search was all it took to learn everything you needed to know to build the latest and greatest technologies? 

January 26, 2012  5:48 PM

Modern network Architecture – Business Continuity



Posted by: James Murray
Business continuity, IT Consulting, Modern Network Architecture

Disaster recovery and system redundancy are terms that are familiar to the network architect.  Sometimes we get it right and sometimes we get it wrong. 


January 26, 2012  5:43 PM

Modern network architecture and ITIL/MOF



Posted by: James Murray

ITIL and MOF are two strategies that help manage the complexity and sometimes chaotic processes internal to many IT departments. When I started in technology, if you were any good, you were probably a cowboy. Cowboys were great because you could quickly get things done. Cowboys later became...


January 26, 2012  5:42 PM

Managed Services



Posted by: James Murray
IT services, Modern Network Architecture

I don't think I've worked on a single fortune 500 companies that don't use a managed services model. Managed services gives a company a competitive edge by reducing the time spent searching log files. In...


January 14, 2012  9:01 PM

Modern Network Architecture – Online Marketing



Posted by: James Murray
Backlink strategy, Marketing technology, Modern Network Architecture, Online marketing strategy, seattle IT consulting, Social Media

I was talking with a client the other day and the subject of SEO came up.  "I didn't know Search Engine Optimization was IT?"  I was a little taken aback by this.  Obviously there is technology involved in SEO, SEM (Search Engine Marketing) and even Social media. 


January 14, 2012  8:56 PM

Modern network architecture – Branding



Posted by: James Murray
Branded technology, Branding, Modern Network Architecture

 

Could IT be killing your company's brand? 
Does branding have anything to do with Modern network architecture?  Every business system...


January 14, 2012  3:33 PM

Modern Network architecture – Transition



Posted by: James Murray
Business funding, business transition, Modern Network Architecture, Project funding, Scaling infrastructure, seattle IT consulting

Those that manage technology understand that modern network architecture is not static.  The technician focuses on the day to day tactics for management of the organizations technology.  Yet we all know that...


January 14, 2012  3:28 PM

Modern Network Architecture & Marketing



Posted by: James Murray
Add new tag, Modern Network Architecture, seattle IT consulting, seattle IT Services

Technology and Marketing departments seem like such diametrically opposed sides of the business.  To the technologist the marketing department can sometimes seem like a group of artists doing their own thing. 


January 9, 2012  12:13 AM

Modern Network Architecture: Impressing the CEO



Posted by: James Murray
communication with c-level managers, IT Consulting, Modern Network Architecture

Does technology have anything to do with business?  There are a lot of technology experts that feel their only job is keeping the technology running.  Among many technologists there is very little understanding of how the technology they are managing is benefiting or hurting the organization. ...


January 9, 2012  12:02 AM

Modern Network Architecture and Collaboration Technology



Posted by: James Murray
Cloud architecture, Collaboration, Collaboration Technology, IT Consulting, Modern Network Architecture, Technical Architect

Collaboration is becoming more and more of a buzz word.  Marketers of the cloud and cloud technologies are describing collaboration as a major feature for moving into the cloud.  Yet from a technical standpoint what is collaboration? 


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