For my first blog ever, I felt it was only appropriate to join the cause in the wonderful month of October. The cooler weather, football season, and my birthday celebration are just a few reasons why this is my favorite time of year. Adding to the excitement is the approach of my two-month mark of working at Corus360 and living in the great city of Atlanta.
I’m always glad when October comes around and we focus a lot of time and energy on breast cancer awareness. Everything seems to be pink, and there are several great events for raising money for research for a cure. These events are also highly informative, offering guidance on how to take care of yourself with checkups so that if something does appear, you can catch it very early and can get the necessary treatment to stop the cancer and fully recover. I hope they continue to spend a large amount of funds on early detection technologies.
In continuation of our Internet of Things series, in which we explore the implications of the massive influx of wireless devices, this blog discusses the building of a wireless infrastructure. With so many factors to consider, from controllers to device addressing schemes, where do we even start?
If you happen to peruse recent I.T. market metrics related to messaging, you would probably conclude your reading with the thought of why you aren’t already on or using Office 365. This seems to be the largest conversation piece I have found myself entering with clients for the past several years. Most clients I have discussions with regarding the upgrade of their existing Exchange infrastructure, whether it’s Exchange 2007, 2010, or 2013, ask me whether Office 365 is the right choice for them. Other customers already seem convinced that they must migrate to Office 365 without even understanding the entire process.