Accessibility

By Mike Gifford on 01/06/2007
Steve & I have prepared a short list of things to help prepare your organization when you loose your techie. Many organizations rely heavily on their techies, but don't have a plan in place to replace them when they leave. The following is a list of things that may help ensure that there is as little disruption as possible when a key technical staff person leaves.
Basic server/network access (for local machines, but also also dedicated or virtual servers)
how is user authentication managed?
what are the root and other administrator usernames / passwords.
are there routers, firewalls, or...
By Mike Gifford on 12/09/2006
I was looking for something to celebrate for my 35th Birthday (on Sept 11th), and decided back in July that it would be a bit of an adventure to buy two tickets to the Opera as I had never been before. I really wasn't sure what to expect as I had never seen one before, but since OpenConcept helped launch their site it seemed like a good thing to learn more about.
I was quite surprised at how much fun this production was. I don't go to the theatre all that often, but I found the acting to be good and the humour accessible (even with the sub-titles). The slow motion fight at the end of the...

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