I did the first version of this a while back. But I had a small change - new computer - that has a slightly different footprint so enough changed and so I am going to do this again. Plus, my new laptop uses USB Type - C so that means a bit of difference too! … Continue reading What’s in the bag – v2?
In the military, you often talked about what was in your pack, or what did you carry in your ass pack. There were standards and suggestions but it was the extra stuff that people carried that was interesting. Especially when you could learn from the old-timers. And outside of the military, sometimes in the back-country … Continue reading What’s in the bag?
Hi all, If you download Veeam to test it out you get basic support. If you are a Veeam Vanguard you get premier support. As a vExpert we get no support. I think we should get some basic level of support. I recently enabled VSAN in my lab and it went very poor. It impacted … Continue reading Why vExperts should get some support!
This is not my normal article but I cannot help myself. There was a terrible event recently where a number of people were killed by a deranged individual. People are saying more gun control is required. Others are saying that more people died the weekend before the event in car accidents - do we want … Continue reading Making a difference in the mass shootings
Hello all, I saw this great travel for business people tips article by Andre and it got me thinking. He does a great job of suggesting things that business people should be aware of. But I have some things to add. I would add that NEXUS / Global Entry is a bonus but also a … Continue reading Travel Suggestions