Modern Network Architecture:

January, 2013

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January 31, 2013  5:11 PM

Planning: What makes up a good onboarding plan?



Posted by: James Murray
Cloud architecture, Modern Network Architecture, seattle IT consulting, seattle IT Services

Working with local Seattle IT Consulting companies, I’ve found that many companies don’t protect themselves with a strong customer onboarding process.  This worked with systems were less complicated and one person could keep...

January 31, 2013  4:42 PM

Onboarding: Feature or benefit for clients



Posted by: James Murray
business growth, business requirements, Business Strategy, Cloud architecture, Cloud architecture questions, Cloud Architecture rationalization

One of my Seattle IT consulting clients had a problem.  After onboarding a new client, suddenly!... They were in the midst of an IT failure cascade.  It started with all the workstations that were old and past their normal life...


January 29, 2013  3:05 PM

A Lync Topology



Posted by: James Murray
Network Architecture

I worked with the Microsoft team that was building the first Lync Multitenant reference architecture.  This is an implementation of link that crosses state and...


January 29, 2013  2:57 PM

Lync, what is it and why is it important…



Posted by: James Murray
Network Architecture

For a Seattle IT Consulting firm, It’s not hard to convince business owners that 365 is actually a good deal.  $8 / month for Email / user is actually a great deal.  A single Exchange implementation is going to cost about...


January 20, 2013  6:26 PM

Why, Planning a technical strategy



Posted by: James Murray
Network Architecture

I recently spoke for a local business newspaper, the Puget Sound Business Journal.  Part of my marketing strategy is to discuss technology with local business groups and businesses.  One of my presentations...


January 16, 2013  8:45 PM

Technical failures: Are they really technical failures?



Posted by: James Murray
Network Architecture

Walking to a new client site as a Seattle IT Consultant, it would be easy to blame the last guy for all the mistakes.  I have a 6 month window to repair the failures.  I also know that I can sell replace equipment that will...


January 16, 2013  8:40 PM

The biggest root cause for IT failure…



Posted by: James Murray
Network Architecture

As a Seattle IT Consultant, my role is not to approach technical failures as technical failures.  I’ve noticed that technical experts tend to approach all problems as technical problems.  As a result if something fails,...


January 7, 2013  1:28 PM

The cloud and Henry Ford



Posted by: James Murray
Business continuity, business descisions, Cloud architecture, Cloud architecture questions, Cloud Architecture rationalization, CRM Design, It consultant, IT Consulting, modern network archtictect, Modern Network archtitecture

Change is always interesting.  With the way technology is changing so quickly, I have begun to feel a little dinosaur-ish.  Meaning that I get stuck in the old way of doing things and the idea of changing is becoming more and more daunting.  I have been a

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