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The Most Important Thing About Your IT Budget

Here’s something important to me and you. I just got the below reader email. I’ve taken out personally identifying information and changed his name, but here’s what it was: Hey Jonathan, I greatly appreciate your insight from your latest article, “How To Get More Resources For IT.” I work in ***, *** for a multi-billion […]

LinkedIn At Conferences: A Public Service Announcement

If you’re going to use LinkedIn with people you meet at a conferences (like the wonderful #authority2015 conference that I am currently attending), you might be about to make a big mistake. Let’s fix that, right now, shall we? Don’t use mobile. Not the mobile version of the site, or the app. Use the desktop. […]

The Cloud Whisperer: A Presentation At Cloud Connect 2015

I just got back from presenting at Cloud Connect 2015. Here are my slides. One of the biggest confirmations that I got from this experience is that you can’t force people to not be scared; they have to be inspired. As with many IT and leadership topics, the “how” matters just as much as the […]