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David Hurst @the_super_dave . Network Architect at Vecellio Group, Inc. Tech guy in a low tech corner of the world, southern West Virginia. Love to learn, apply, and share new technology. Member of local tech group, run user groups. Media volunteer at my church. Mostly handle visuals but learning audio. I'd love to run sound for a big concert one day. With the remaining minutes of free time, love fly fishing. I met you in the Bloggers Lounge at last two EMC World conferences.
Toggle Commented Jul 5, 2011 on An Invitation: Who Are You? at Chuck's Blog
Great analogy. Great ideas and creativity meet ingenuity and find their way to the market.
Toggle Commented Feb 9, 2011 on I Respectfully Disagree at Chuck's Blog
Chuck, This may be a question involving too much protected information but does the "IT as a Service" model provide benefits and savings with M&A? Our company grows through acquisitions and I could see this as a selling point for moving to this model.
Toggle Commented Dec 20, 2010 on Welcome to EMC at Chuck's Blog
Woo hoo. I just received the notice I am a winner! Thanks.
Do you think the evolution of technology lead to decline is skills and presenting rather than engaging? Was PowerPoint the gateway drug? I ask because I also wonder if it can lead us toward engagement. As you mentioned the iPad and social networking in the post, I thought about the social aspect of social networking. I consult on technology with some local businesses. My last discussion occurred at the local Starbucks and was a conversation with slides on the iPad for reference and using remote access to my desktop for demonstration. (I know, Starbucks and iPad at the same time. If I had highlights and skinny jeans I could be very trendy) my point is this was a conversation that either would not have happened or would have been entirely different just a few years ago. David Hurst
Toggle Commented Jun 26, 2010 on From Presenting To Engaging at Chuck's Blog
We virtualized SQL 2005 on less than ideal design and have had no issues. We are on 10k FC drives and using iSCSI. I am having more problems with a physical SQL 2000 and local ultraSCSI drives. EFDs would be a dream
Toggle Commented Feb 23, 2010 on Virtualizing your DBs at Virtual Winfrastructure
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