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Movement is Life

May 26, 2016


I have been writing a lot about the Software Defined Datacenter or SDDC.  The primary reason for software defining your network infrastructure is to gain elasticity, flexibility and addictiveness.  Hardware is rigid, anchored and unmoving.  Software is fluid and shifting. Technology has followed the flow of mobility.  The mainframe gave way to the client/server model […]

IT is a Lot Like Life

May 20, 2016


I was participating in a conference call the other day with two executives from INTEL.  The subject was about software defining the datacenter or SDDC.  INTEL prefers to call it, software defined infrastructure or SDI.  However you choose to define it, it is certainly the next step in the in the natural evolution process of […]

Two VERY Deadly Words You Should Stop Using

May 12, 2016


You may remember from your high school chemistry course that the ordinary table salt you use every day to improve the taste of your food is made up of two deadly poisons; sodium and chlorine. Imagine that, two lethal elements come together to form a compound that not only doesn’t kill us, it actually adds […]

You Don’t Need to go to College to Make Money

November 14, 2014


Author, speaker and consultant, James Altucher discusses his ideas of Personal Finance in a recent blog.  This is an excerpt: If you want to make money you have to learn the following skills. None of these skills are taught in college. I’m not saying college is awful or about money, etc. I’m just saying that […]

When is Someday Ever Going to Come?

June 2, 2013


“Someday. That’s a dangerous word. It’s really just a code for never” – Tom Cruise as Roy Miller in “Knight and Day” When is Someday ever going to come? No, not Sunday, Someday. You know that day. You’ve dreamt and talked about it all these years. I’m not sure of the context but I imagine […]

A New Path to a New Cheese

October 15, 2011


As we enter into the fifth year of the Great Recession, Americans are learning the same lesson their grandparents did in 1937, the seventh year of the Great Depression; that government has no magic solution to the current economic malaise.   More than that though, Americans are beginning to comprehend that the usual stuff isn’t working, […]