Modern Network Architecture:

April, 2012


April 22, 2012  1:28 PM

Modern Network Architecture – IT Support vendor

Posted by: James Murray
girdling effect, Modern Network Architecture

Is traditional IT Support really necessary in today’s modern network architecture?  When I started in high school the older generation looked at me wisely and said “computer support”.  These were men in their...

April 22, 2012  1:26 PM

Modern Network Architecture – The girdling effect

Posted by: James Murray


When planting a new tree a...

April 22, 2012  1:24 PM

Modern network Architecture – Building business requirements.

Posted by: James Murray
business requirements, Modern Network Architecture, technical requirements

 Best practices can be used for good or to maintain political power in the network.  How do we create strong healthy best practices in

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April 22, 2012  1:17 PM

Modern Network Architecture and the integrity of “Best Practices”

Posted by: James Murray
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I was reminded these last couple weeks of the importance of our reputation as technical experts.  Since the beginning of my career there has always been the temptation to shade the truth a little.  I've mentioned before, but the technologist has a great deal of political power in the organization...

April 9, 2012  10:58 AM

Modern Network Architecture – Managerial Productivity

Posted by: James Murray
It Fires, Managerial productivity, Modern Network Architecture, workplace productivity

The average manager spends 20% of their week putting out IT fires.  What does this mean to the business?  As we design

April 9, 2012  10:56 AM

Modern Network Architecture – Monotonous Reliability

Posted by: James Murray
break/Fix, Modern Network Architecture, Network Architecture

As we move from break/fix technology models to a managed services model it changes the way we think about network architecture.  I...

April 3, 2012  4:40 PM

Modern Network Architecture – well run IT

Posted by: James Murray

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