Quick Pie Crust

This is a simple and quick pie crust to make for when you are in a pinch. Here’s what you’ll need: 2 1/2 cups flour 1/2 tsp of salt 1/4 lbs of lard (Crisco is my preferred) 6 Tbsp of margarine (or add more Crisco) 1/4 cup of cold water Now to pull it all […]

Rhubarb Pie

Mmm … rhubarb pie! I even left a little spot in the recipe for you to add strawberries if you’d like Let’s start with preheating the oven to 400 while we get everything together and prep’ed! Here’s what you’ll need: double sided pie crust, see here 1 cup sugar 3 Tbsp flour 1/8 tsp salt […]

How to Remove the Human Element from Service Performance

Something many of us in IT in general fall into is the desire to provide immediate response to our clients (internal or external).  This can lead to problems.  Especially when multiple systems are involved.  How do you properly prioritize when you have upset clients and executives calling or hanging on your shoulder?  What about when […]

SCCM 2012 and a Partridge in a Pear Tree

So, while I have a little time off here I’m picking up for the 70-243.  One of the great things at home is that I can setup an mini environment to play and test with.  Anyone else do this with very little enterprise interaction? Also at the same time feeling almost comfortable to take the […]

Are You Looking For

Great Electric Vehicle (EV) or eBike products? Why not check out our friends at:  EVTech Looking for Technology help either for your business or personally:  Brady-Liu Technologies

EMail Marketing vs. Google

So what happens when Google, or for that matter any ISP ad focused company, gets annoyed with email marketing groups? http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2013/12/gmail-blows-up-e-mail-marketing-by-caching-all-images-on-google-servers/ This is a simple diversion that is a large blow to an email campaign.  Especially since cached images cause so much havoc in the email marketing arena. So here is an interesting question.  Is […]

Coexistance, Exchange, and the ECP

So, I’ve had some questions about people having problems getting to their EAC (now the ECP web based utility). The common problem seemed to be permissions but not always.  I also noticed after reviewing a few installations that you guys (this is in general) need to remember to secure your ECP from the outside world. […]

One Card to Rule Them All

Some things to still work out but this is a great idea! Want to learn more?  Go here:  https://onlycoin.com/

Third Party

The need for a third party continues to grow. But who will stand up and fill the void and be the voices … that is still the question. http://www.gallup.com/poll/165392/perceived-need-third-party-reaches-new-high.aspx

Posted by on October 11, 2013

Buying Ads for Bad Reviews

This used to happen in newspapers from time to time. Usually in a local, targeted, market area. Many reading this might ask what a newspaper is … anyhow … *smh* Companies beware, your clientele can and will rate your experience … and now it’s on a global scale. Now just think of first impressions for […]

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