Category Archives: Network Computing

Converged Infrastructure: Paving the Way to Converged Operations

[My post in Network Computing, August 26, 2016]

Hyperconverged appliances are all the rage, but businesses can do more with converged infrastructure products. Read more…

 

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Ensuring IT Project Success

[My post in Network Computing, July 20, 2015]

Two simple questions can help keep IT projects on track by spotting issues and addressing them early on.

Once in a while in your career, you find a key that turns out to be a master key for unlocking doors. I discovered that asking two questions of IT projects, large or small, simple or complex, ensures their success. For more than a dozen years, this approach helped me get off-track projects back on track and expedite timelines by getting things unstuck. Read more…

5 lessons from Google that everyone should learn

[My post in Computerworld, July 17, 2015]

There are two levels at which Google excites. There is a systematic stream of advances, such as those presented at the 2015 Google I/O event earlier this year — Android M, Google Photos and the like. Then there is major game-changing news that seems to come out of nowhere but appears to capture the future in an extraordinary way. Read more…

Containers: What IT Pros Should Consider

[My post in Network Computing, July 2, 2015]

Containerization is a hot technology that IT teams can’t afford to ignore. Here are some basic facts to know plus benefits and risks to weigh.  Read more…

SDN: Seductive But Challenging

[My post in Information Week, Network Computing, May 15, 2015]

Software-defined networking clearly offers a lot of benefits, but enterprises face several obstacles to SDN adoption, including a lack of interoperability.