Microsoft: A Platform Agnostic Company – Yeah!

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My professional live has revolved, in great percentage, around Microsoft and Microsoft technologies.   It has been a good life, but  over the few years it has felt it like swiming against the current because of the major trends out there..    With so much of the market going cloud-services, device independent application delivery, bring-your-own-device, […]

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Bitcasa – I am out…

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About a year ago, I wrote a post “Bitcasa – I Am All In”  recommending a file storage provider called Bitcasa.   I loved the idea of an infinite USB drive on the cloud… Must inform,   that I can no longer recommend this service, as it is no longer the same as the original Bitcasa value […]

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Airplane Seats: How Far Will Airlines Go?

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I have noticed that the airlines I travel in,  there has progressively been a bit less leg space, and the seats were switched to the new “thin” style ones..   I have known for a while that this was a trend, and it was happening, but did not think much of it until this week.. The […]

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Traveling Circus: Annoying Things

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There are many things that can be challenging when you travel, but when you travel as much as I do, there are a couple that can really be annoying.  They are not  super important, nor they are earth shattering, but somehow they get to me.. Cost of a water bottle =  $4.98 in some airports! […]

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Starbucks / Google Internet Access

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A while back Starbucks announced it was switching its WiFi provider from AT&T to Google. A year after the announcement, and I am sure it is not an easy task, and still working on this, I have not ran in to too many of them at all..   Back in July 2013  when the announcement […]

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VPN Service is a Must Have Today

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Virtual Private Networks (VPN)  is a technology that  enables a computer to send and receive data across a network  by establishing a connection through the use of dedicated connections, virtual tunneling protocols, or traffic encryption. The basic principle is that once you establish a secure connection,  the server handles all of your internet on the back-end which secure […]

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Tweets for January to August 2014

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My Twitter tweets (@jorper98) for above mentioned period follow: Date:Time (UTC) Tweet 08-30-2014 5 reasons a small Windows tablet might be in your future | PCWorld http://t.co/IIllmzjS8i 08-30-2014 Unexpected: The State Of The Smartphone Market http://t.co/Gx3RTHusjX 08-30-2014 Interesting read: 8 things you didnt know about Shark Tank. http://t.co/LkVY2vJ3sT 08-28-2014 The Most Simple Explanation Of Cloud […]

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Technology Infrastructure Managed as Code

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I have been involved in Technology Management for much of my professional life.   I have helped people in many type of organizations (small, medium, large and global) manage their technology improvements, migrations and transformations including PCs, Internet, virtualization, and as of late, cloud-based infrastructures… I have seen what it takes organizations adopt, transform and shift […]

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