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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Lyft: What a fantastic service

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I have been flying to San Francisco, CA for work for many years now, and it is one of those cities in which I always learn something new.  The last couple of times have been no different. One of my favorite cities!  SFO   Side note:   There is an old guideline in advertising/marketing, that I read […]

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Tweets for May 2013 to December 2013

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My Twitter tweets (@jorper98)  for above mentioned period follow: Date:Time (UTC) Tweet 12-13-2013 Chromecast Gets 10 New Apps, Including Songza, VEVO, And Revision 3 http://t.co/IjC2HKcXyM 12-13-2013 By 2016, Most New IT Spending Will Be In The Cloud http://t.co/yH3B0Hcfj6 12-10-2013 DropBox CEO Drew Houston Explains How To Become A Leader Quickly http://t.co/GEzGREonUb 12-02-2013 This is VERY cool.. http://t.co/GJFNuVZXrh […]

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Working with Elementary OS

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I have several older computers that serve different purposes around the house..  File Server,  Media Server,  etc…   With Microsoft XP coming to an end in April 2014,  I have been exploring alternatives  as Windows 8 nor 7 are viable options…   Again, these are not my primary devices, just single-purpose additional devices which for some reason […]

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