Articles in the IT Management category

  1. Career Advice: Becoming a System Administrator

    Recently, I got an email that went something like this:

    I have completed a BTech in Electronics and Communication. Now, I am working as a desktop engineer. How can I move my career to the network / server side?

    Career moves are hard for everyone. Personally, I've been thinking about making …

  2. Spicing Up Your Next Meeting

    "Keeping a meeting interesting is a problem that often hurts team leaders who are trying to motivate sales staffs."

    Although Tom Donnelly's Inc article is really targeted at sales meetings, I think it has some points that are relevant for all managers. Keeping team members engaged in a meeting is …

  3. Strategic Management Process

    A while back, I sent an email describing the strategic management process. Although the email was written for an internal audience, it's generic enough to be reproducible here...

    Strategic Management is a five step process:

    1. Corporate Identity
      This is the definition of the company and is broken down into three …
  4. 3 Lessons for IT Managers

    3 Composition Books"No company can flourish in an environment that penalizes experimentation or trust."

    I recently read "3 signs of a dysfunctional company" on Microsoft Business for Small and Midsize Companies. Although the article is aimed at CEO types, I think the lessons within are just as useful for IT managers

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  5. EqualLogic and Disaster Recovery

    Core NAP LogoLast week I tweeted that I was in a meeting with Dell discussing EqualLogic's built-in disaster recovery while Amazon's high-profile EC2 and EBS outage was happening. At Core NAP, we have the ability to extend our customers business continuity plans by allowing them to replicate the data on their in-house …

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