Modern Network Architecture:

business descisions

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August 26, 2013  11:38 AM

Modern Network Architecture: Work Place productivity



Posted by: James Murray
Backlink strategy, business Checklist, Business continuity, business descisions, business efficiency, business requirements, business scaling, Business Strategy, Network Architecture

This last week I gave a presentation about CRM strategy.  After the presentation, there were some interesting comments made by the business owners in the group I thought might be interesting to both my...

June 12, 2013  5:19 PM

One way IT can drive cash flow



Posted by: James Murray
Business continuity, business descisions, business efficiency, business growth, business transition, business transition technology

As a consultant, I find a strange paradigm in the IT departments.  We all work on a mission critical aspect of the business.  Yet most business owners and managers almost ignore the IT department.  When I work with IT...


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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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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December 29, 2012  3:16 PM

Building IT support teams



Posted by: James Murray
Business continuity, business descisions, business efficiency, business growth, business requirements, It consultant, IT Consulting, IT Infrastructure, Modern Network Architecture, modern network archtictect, Organizational productivity, seattle IT consulting

As a Seattle IT Consulting company I get lots of help from the most unexpected sources.  This morning I got an email telling me about this great CRM add-on.  My friend knew that I was giving a talk on CRM on January 10th...


November 28, 2012  6:57 PM

How IT affects business value (EBITA)



Posted by: James Murray
Business continuity, business descisions, business efficiency, business growth, business transition, business transition technology, It consultant, Network Architecture

As a Seattle IT Consultant

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November 12, 2012  1:59 PM

Improving client business Value



Posted by: James Murray
Business continuity, business descisions, business efficiency, Cloud architecture, Information Technology, It consultant, IT Consulting, modern network archtictect, modern network archticture

Most IT experts are thinking tactically.  Our job as is to think about how to do things.  How am I going to keep systems up and running?  How am I going to fix something that failed?  How am I going to do what I’m doing more...


October 8, 2012  12:57 PM

Knowledge Management for Incident Managers



Posted by: James Murray
business descisions, business efficiency, business scaling, Cloud, Customer satisfaction, Customer Services, Information Technology, IT Architect, IT Consulting, IT Infrastructure, ITIL, modern network archticture, seattle IT consulting

Working as a Seattle business consultant

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March 16, 2012  11:20 PM

Business decision or Technical decision



Posted by: James Murray
business descisions, Modern Network Architecture

There seems to be a common misunderstanding for IT Support companies and IT Departments.  When is a technical problem really a Business problem?  Not understanding the answer to this question means that sometimes the IT Support team makes a decision for the


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