This ride took place this past weekend in the back roads of Munds Park, Arizona inside the Coconino National Forest. The view is at the… Read More »Off-Road Tales: Thomas Point Trail View
As a first step in your jorney to Windows 11, you’ll need to know which of your current devices meet the Windows 11 hardware requirements.… Read More »Windows 11 Compatibility for Businesses
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas / Feliz Navidad And a Happy New Year as well!
I login to my computer and one of the things my browser home page shows what happen today in history — Most days is just… Read More »Twttr launched today in 2006 (yes Twttr)
Virtual presentations are my life right now. So many customers calls right now. This is my current desk setup — It is geared toward customer… Read More »My Current Desk Setup (Geared toward Virtual Presentations)
If you look at my social media channels and blogs, you will notice that I have rarely been opinionated or political, but the last couple… Read More »Heart Breaking But Trying to Stay Positive
have to admit I am still astonished at the fact that there is no good reasonably priced and friendly multi-user cloud-based system to manage a large photo collections. I have tried a lot of them and none has really hit the mark of what is needed. This is a big problem as we “the common people” continue to collect thousands of digital photos which remain unsorted/un-cataloged on disk drives!
As I get older I am noticing that the different parts of me are pulling harder for my mind’s attention and some feel like they are screaming for my “attention”.
Never been much of trail hiker, but for for some reason that day, the mountains and the beauty of the day just called me outdoors
Managing our large personal digital photos and videos has been a a significant challenge. Storing, cataloging and searching through our photo library is tough and I have not seen anything out there that solves this issue
As we detailed in the previous article, “The Solutions Principal Role” within Dell Technology Services involves: “… customer facing activities acting as a subject matter… Read More »A week in my Life as an EUC Solutions Principal
Ice cream is great, but this article is not about that. It is about the place one goes to have a quick pause and enjoy a moment.
Over the years I have collected a few domains which I no longer use. They were either names I liked and reserved, or projects… Read More »Domain Sale Experience – A Matter of Trust
I always start my Windows 10 conversations with the statement, there are two parts to any Windows 10 project: Getting to Windows 10. Maintaining Windows… Read More »Getting to Windows 10: Take the Blue Pill or the Red Pill
This week I did my annual corporate security training and I really liked this story to illustrate how important is not to use different and… Read More »Strong and Different Passwords Protect your Digital Life
Walter Mossberg , THE GO-TO technology columnist for many years, is retiring. He announced his retirement in early June 2017 and Charlie Rose interviewed… Read More »Walter Mossberg Retires on Charlie Rose
Windows 10 is about just about 2 years old ( 1507 Threadstone 1 was released on July 29, 2015) , and even though it was short… Read More »Deploying Windows 10 within your Business Video Series
After years of travel, these are the 10 basic rules of travel I’ve developed. I will be telling you the same, if you go to… Read More »My Top 10 Basic Rules for Non-Business Travel
I saw this article in the WSJ today, and I am so happy to see confirmation that National Geographic Channel is returning to educational and… Read More »National Geographic Channel – Back to GOOD Programming
[ Update 20161004: I encourage you to watch Brad Anderson’s keynote session at Microsoft Ignite 2016 – Simply IMPRESSIVE! ] As I have written before, technology… Read More »The Value Proposition of a Platform: Microsoft Win10/Office365/EM+S
While few business owners question whether or not the convenience and additional exposure granted by social media scheduling ( See blog post: Scheduling Social Media… Read More »Social Media Scheduling Tools Can Be Expensive
Today, having an established social media presence is no longer optional; if you want your business to survive and thrive, it’s absolutely necessary to be… Read More »Scheduling Social Media Content Is Best Practice
It has been with me for as long as I can remember using the Internet, but it really has been with us for only 14… Read More »Google Is Closing Picasa – Google Photos Is Way Better
As we open the day on this last day of 2015, I came across a pretty cool article that made me think… I am just quoting… Read More »10 questions to help you evaluate your 2015