US Death Toll Continues to Rise Car accidents are one of the leading causes of death in the US, causing over 100 fatalities daily. In 2007 alone more than 43,100 deaths resulted from 10.6 million traffic accidents. For every 100 licensed teenagers between the ages of 16 and 19, there will be 21 traffic accidents, […]Read more "Get Your Head Out of Your App"
August 27, 2016, NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured stunning images of Jupiter’s north pole. According to NASA, the images were taken from 2,500 miles above Jupiter’s clouds, during the first of 36 flybys Juno will make around the planet. “First glimpse of Jupiter’s north pole, and it looks like nothing we have seen or imagined before,” said Scott Bolton, principal […]Read more "Juno Spacecraft Captures Stunning Image of Jupiter’s North Pole"
Better Integration with existing Technology With rumors about the Apple iPhone 7 spreading, Apple is said to announce on September 7, the new iPhone will be ditching the head phone jack (Eadicicco, 2016). As long as they continue to produce phones with the lightning jack that’ fine by me. However, the iPhone is not the best […]Read more "Why the iPhone is Not the Best SmartPhone"
It was January of 2009 and I was looking for a job. I knew that my sister had worked for this particular company and might have some influence to get me an interview with an entry-level position in billing department for a Revenue Cycle Management company. Luckily, it paid off and I interviewed with the […]Read more "The Early Days: Part III"
My company just purchased an 8-pack On Demand port activation for two Cisco MDS 9124 SAN Fiber channel switches. We are currently adding additional VMware hosts with dual-port HBAs. Each host will be single connected to each fiber channel switch. In the future we might add additional HBAs so that each host is dual connected […]Read more "Cisco On Demand Port Activation License Fiber Channel Switch MDS 9124"
The government took down Napster but, there were still bit-torrents like Kazaa. Man that site was my best friend. Not literally, but it was the first time I download a Muse song. This was in like 2002 or early 2003. Download speeds were like 1.5Mbps and it would still take like 5 minutes to download […]Read more "The Early Days: Part II"
The Beginning The story of how Brian the IT guy (as I’m known around the office because still to this day no one really knows what I do) is probably not unlike most beginnings stories of people that work in most IT departments. I really liked computers as a kid as a result of being […]Read more "The Early Days: Part I"