I remember years ago there was a site where we could take tests for free and get little 8.5 x 11 inch certificates indicating that we knew our stuff. I spent hours collecting those “certifications.” Of course, in the real world, they did not mean a whole lot and not only that, but I think the company only lasted about a year. Someone bought them and it was not the same fun little company it had been.
AeroLife uses the technology of air, in a safe air-based (no gases, etc.) system to provide you with nutrients that include vitamins, supplements, and tasty flavors. It works safely, cleanly, and very fast (I can attest to that!).
When gently drawing in the air, using the dispenser, the nutrients are drawn into the system and immediately start to help you feel refreshed (AeroLife Entergy); relaxed (AeroLife Sleep); or prepares you to fight off the nasty cold and flus that sometimes creep up on us during this season (AeroLife Immune).
Top-Down Network Design (3rd Edition) by Priscilla Oppenheimer
This is an exceptional book for Systems Programmers, or Systems Administrators wanting to dig deep into the Network Design aspect. In many cases, the Systems person may not feel that they need to know more about network design because they either 1) know it all already (Come on people, we always have room to grow!), or 2) do not plan to delve into the network side of technology and would prefer to stay on the “Systems” side of the equation.
This book is like a breath of fresh air. Something that we have needed to hear for a long time now. Something that almost seems so obvious that we scratch our heads and wonder why we didn’t implement it sooner. However, don’t confuse this with simplicity of thought. The author, Dr. T. William Hefferan, has not only put a lot of research into the basis of this book, but his experience, and genius-level observation skills have made this book a “must-read” for the business world, whether you are on an employee or a hiring authority.
Building Blocks: EMBER
Dr. Hefferan provides building blocks, which he calls EMBERs (Establish a Mutually Beneficial and rewarding Employment Rrelationship). Through these building blocks, he teaches us how to bridge that gap between employer and employee and understand the differences in wants and needs of each group and how those needs may be met in this mutually-beneficial manner, resulting in a productive, profitable work environment made up of more content, fulfilled employees.
In my experience as Director of Information Technology in the financial industry, I have had plenty of opportunities working with the Microsoft Exchange Server. I have recovered the Exchange Server in times when even Microsoft has said that it was impossible. I have come to have a love affair with Exchange and all of the wonderful features that are available with the Microsoft product.
I am also a small business co-owner and setting up an Exchange Server in a small business environment simply isn't practical, is it? Along comes the Microsoft Office 365 from GoDaddy solution. And, what a solution it is!