A long time ago I wrote a blog on the Meraki experience Cisco does something “Meraki-lous”. I had my hands on a free Meraki MR12 Wireless Access Point and I was delving into its capabilities. However, with the passage of time came the passing of the three-year license and I lost the ability to manage … Continue reading How to OpenWRT and Cucumber your Meraki Access Point
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If you have time to play around at home in your spare time, (and who doesn’t?) here is a little project you might enjoy. I had a Netgear WNR2000v3 router collecting dust, so I set a goal to install and run DD-WRT on it. If you have never heard of it, here is a snippet … Continue reading Enabling DD-WRT (OpenSource firmware) on your wireless router
Students and our sales staff are asking lots of questions about the recently announced CompTIA Security+ SY0-501 exam. Selected aspects of the exam have not been announced. I was able to review a CompTIA partner webinar covering the new exam, and acquire a forty page detailed mapping document. My deep dive isn’t complete, though this … Continue reading CompTIA Security+ SY0-501
A consulting client recently called me about securing data in their small business office. They are extremely secure already, including data encryption, encrypted offsite backup, locked cabinets and locked data rooms, system account controls and audits, layered authorization, and job separation. Yet they asked a great question – what else can I do to enhance … Continue reading Securing Your Small Office Systems
First, you may pre-order the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) 6th Edition directly from PMI during August, for shipment during early September. The PMBOK® Guide is being bundled with the PMO Agile Practice guide since the two reinforce each other (and other PMI subject guides). The official public launch date for the English … Continue reading PMBOK 6th Edition: Finding what you need to know
ILT – Instructor Led Training. Why? In a recent article I shared the concept of mastery, the ability to creatively contribute to a field of endeavor. With the preponderance of do-it-yourself books (who reads books anymore?) and videos (the answers for all questions may be found on YouTube), who needs instructor led content? You do. … Continue reading Mastery: ILT Instructor Led Training – 7 Reasons Why?
If you are an employer, do you want to hire someone with a degree and a credential, or someone who can perform the job, wants to build a career and drives to make a real contribution? If you are an employee or candidate, do you merely want to spend 90 to 240 minutes gaining a … Continue reading On the Topic of Mastery
Both our students and our sales staff regularly ask about CompTIA’s Continuing Education Program, so I thought I would set the record straight. You can acquire essential details directly through CompTIA, although they do not provide the history and details about which many inquire. Having taught CompTIA certification courses for the past 9 years, and … Continue reading CompTIA Continuing Education Program
With the release of Windows Server 2016 there are a few new features available. In this blog I will provide a list of the features and a brief description of each. Check back for links to go into deeper detail and configuration “how to” for each feature. 6 New Features in Server 2016 Domain Name … Continue reading Changes to Windows Server 2016 Domain Name System (DNS)
Is your thought process primarily associative or sequential? Do you know the difference? Want to discover more about yourselves and others so that you can take greatest advantage of team strengths? Cognitive styles identify how we interact with people and how we communicate. They can also help us to understand how we learn, what motivates … Continue reading Associative versus Sequential Thinking