How to Ensure Stakeholders Know Your Value

Thinking about your future, your department’s future or even organization’s future begins by understanding the value you provide to others. Determining that can be harder than you might think. I had a boss who told me that there are people who do valuable work and people who do bad work; he also said that there are people who […]
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7 Ways Business Service Management Help Siloed Management of Technology

In my last blog, we discussed siloed management of technologies. We will continue our discussion and will understand who is impacted by this siloed management practices and how Business Service Management practices may be able to help with related challenges. Customers, business enterprises, as well as the IT organizations are all impacted if IT is […]
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How to Test File Permissions with Bash  

Recently, I posted about basic permissions for Linux files; now let’s look at how to access those in a shell script. Testing file permissions is an essential part of enforcing an access control policy. Two common ways to test files for readability, writability, zero size and so forth are the if and the test. For […]
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How to Use Multimedia on Red Hat and CentOS

Red Hat Linux won’t play MP3 audio or MPEG video files. This isn’t a new issue. Red Hat removed the codecs, the encoding and decoding shared libraries, back in September 2002 when Red Hat 8 came out. For the first five years they provided an explanation, you can still find it at archive.org. The decision […]
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Top 10 Excel Tricks for Increased Efficiency

Considering the time today’s IT professionals spend staring at Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, one might think we’d all be Excel wizards by now. The truth is that while Excel has a low barrier to entry, to become a true super user takes a lot of time, energy, and dedication. While you may think you’re an above-average […]
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