Modern Network Architecture:

March, 2013

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March 31, 2013  6:39 PM

Building a Business relationship in the US



Posted by: James Murray
Network Architecture

I’m writing because I keep getting so much gmail spam from India.  I think that the Teams in India are looking up Seattle IT...

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March 31, 2013  6:35 PM

Gmail Spam from India



Posted by: James Murray
Network Architecture

First let me say I like working with Indians.  I’ve worked for 21 years as a Seattle IT Consultant working with teams all over the world.  Thinking about it, I’ve worked 95% of my time in the Seattle/Bellevue area yet...


March 24, 2013  8:43 PM

Mapping a drive to a SharePoint 365 site



Posted by: James Murray
Network Architecture

SharePoint is not always the most intuitive system.  I setup my Seattle IT consulting clients with 365 SharePoint to replace file servers for small businesses.  The problem is that SharePoint is just really awkward.  What...


March 24, 2013  2:39 PM

Multi-media a history and a Prediction



Posted by: James Murray
Network Architecture

Did your parents tell you not to get into art?  There's no money in it?  Your family will starve?  That's the way my parents thought.  I was discouraged from getting into art.  I think though that a lot of things have changed in the last 30 years.  As a

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March 17, 2013  1:30 PM

Simple Layout for a basic Config Document



Posted by: James Murray
Network Architecture

I began writing about why a configuration or settings document is important for network troubleshooting.  In...


March 17, 2013  1:02 PM

Writing a Settings or Configuration document…



Posted by: James Murray
Network Architecture

In other articles I’ve talked about how IT Experts can leap frog their careers by being able to document.  As a


March 16, 2013  8:39 PM

How to write a topology Document



Posted by: James Murray
Network Architecture

When IT experts do write documentation, it’s usually a "How To..." document.  As a


March 16, 2013  8:18 PM

How to write a Knowledge Base (KB) “How to…” Document



Posted by: James Murray
business requirements, Modern Network Architecture, Project Planning, seattle IT consulting

As a Seattle IT Consultant, I review a lot of documentation.  Not because the clients I work with have documentation, but because I am training technicians to write their own documentation for the first time.  


March 16, 2013  7:57 PM

Documentation for IT Expert



Posted by: James Murray
Business continuity, business descisions, Network Architecture, seattle IT consulting, seattle IT Services

As a Seattle IT Consultant, I meet with IT departments on a regular basis.  When I ask, 95% of the time there is no documentation on the network.  I know I

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