Modern Network Architecture:

business requirements

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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...

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.  


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...


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...


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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