Category Archives: IT Management

IBM i Incident Management Planning, Part 1

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From IT Jungle, the seven critical elements of an IBM i Incident Management Plan and how to implement them. Continue reading

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IBM i System Monitoring: Everything You Need to Know

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Here’s an index of articles I’ve written over the past few years covering IBM i system monitoring. Continue reading

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And then someone gets fired: IBM i ERP Implementations Gone Bad

Here’s two cautionary tales and lessons learned when migrating to a new IBM i ERP system, and some ideas on what to do when things don’t happen as planned Continue reading

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An IBM Technical Delivery Assessment Primer

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When you buy an IBM hardware product, the business partner or IBM will generally perform a Technical Delivery Assessment (TDA) meeting with you to insure that the solution you’re going to buy is appropriate for your environment and meets your needs. Continue reading

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IT Infrastructure Heartburn: The Right and Wrong Way to Send Company-Wide Email

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For your consideration: a case-study in how not to turn company-wide emails into company-wide aiiiiieeeee-mails. Continue reading

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WordPress 3.8.1 Maintenance Release Now Available

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Nine weeks after releasing the latest version of its WordPress 3.8 environment, WordPress has issued a new maintenance release for its software, WordPress 3.8.1. This release was available as of January 23, 2014. Continue reading

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Why Not Include a Not List in Your Project Charter?

When putting together a project charter, I find it valuable to always include a Not list along with the other sections of my project charter.

As the name implies, a Not list is a list of things not included in the project.
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