September 18th, 2012
Here’s a classic semantics/nomenclature problem in IT: people often interchange “Business Continuity” and “Disaster Recovery”. While they’re birds of a feather, there are some substantial differences, at least in this author’s humble opinion. Here goes:
July 29th, 2011
I bought an iPad. Full Circle? Former Mac zealot gone Windows long ago. Cupertino home-bound? We’ll see.
My wife and I are (FINALLY!) going on our honeymoon in a few weeks, and I decided a long time ago that there’s simply no way in hell I’m lugging a laptop on that trip, and it’s just been “which tablet am I gonna get before we go?” Those of you who have known me for 10 years or more will probably get a particular kick out of this story. For those of you that don’t, the upshot is that I used to be something of a Mac zealot, but switched over to Windows long, long ago, and my livelihood is very Microsoft centric these days. (Funny, that’s the last time I mention Microsoft from here on out. Omen?)