Tag Archives: Project Management
Multi Factor Authentication Considerations
It still is somewhat shocking to me that most businesses still aren’t taking Multi Factor Authentication seriously, and don’t mandate it for the employees and like I mentioned the other day for executives. Yet, I see articles like this one from Yubico that shows that people are making the effort in increasing spending by 75%….
Project communication between “non-techie” stakeholders and “techies”
In all the different jobs that I’ve had over my career, I’ve had a mix of technical and non-technical managers on projects. Most of the time, the non-technical managers just leave the technical stuff to the technical ones in the project, but sometimes I don’t believe that’s the best for a project, because each of…
Q&A Monday: Signs Your Project Might Be Doomed
I’ve recently been given a new responsibility at the company I work for and put in charge of project that I’m pretty sure will be dead long before completion, is there any way to tell?
Consultants and deadlines
I’ve spent some time consulting for a small and medium sized companies and I’ve seen many consultants make many errors and one of the worse for you clients is blowing deadlines. Now for me to say that you’ll never run into a situation where your project is incomplete when the deadline comes would just be…
When deciding you need to virtualize your network there are some things you need to consider prior to doing so.