Indianapolis is getting a lot of attention related to the selection city of Amazon for their HQ2 location. The city is uniquely positioned with a great geographical location in terms of proximity to the rest of the country, a low cost of living relative to other cities in the US top 20 by population, and … Continue reading Which Building Site in Indianapolis is Right for Amazon HQ2?
In 2009, Paul Elio, an auto industry veteran, decided to create his own car company that was meant to turn the industry on its head by delivering an affordable car with fantastic fuel economy designed to be the 2nd car for a family that could easily be used for a daily commute to work. Starting … Continue reading The Failure of the Elio
We have been seeing the ascent of Amazon for years and have had the death watch on retail as we see more retailers closing stores and filing bankruptcy. Is it really pre-ordained? I will run through a few anecdotes that really seem to be the root of retails woes and what could possible lead to … Continue reading The Woes of Retail
I was just listening to episode 10 of the Office 365 Exposed podcast with Tony Redmond and Paul Robichaux. Tony was reviewing some of the conversation in his somewhat recent blog post, Why the PowerShell Module for Teams is Critically Flawed. We have seen some of the the issues outlined before, particularly with the means … Continue reading Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module and Insight into the Disappointment
During Microsoft Ignite 2017, Microsoft was promoting the #DeathToPasswords hash tag rather aggressively and socializing the problems that exist with passwords. Many of the highlights focus on the ineffectiveness of passwords, policies, and updated guidelines from NIST. One very interesting session involved a demo showing a Password Spray tool. Password Spraying is a nuanced means … Continue reading The Time for MFA is NOW
I had a rather meager set of legacy public folders that I was tasked to migrate to Exchange Online, with the single database weighing in at under 5GB. What was peculiar was the large number of folders and the percentage that were mail-enabled. The first set up challenges were cleaning up the folder names and … Continue reading The Tale of the Stubborn Public Folders
I have been reading a couple of Cal Newport's books recently, So Good They Can't Ignore You and Deep Work. These have been very popular in the self-improvement and productivity space over the past few years and I can definitely see why as there are many good concepts that can be used to sharpen the … Continue reading The “Any Benefit” Approach to the Cloud