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135 Restaurant Week - Theatrical Servers

Last week I went to Dos Caminos for lunch. I was with a party of 4, and the server came up and said, “Hi my name is Brian, and I will be your server today.” 120 more words

NYC

The difference between good and bad cabling - Part 2

Our second video about the difference in quality cabling.

I talk about the difference between cat 5e and cat 6 cable as well as the difference in brand and copper. 163 more words

Technology

Exchange 2013 SP1 - Frontend Transport Service cannot start

Recently I create a custom receive connector for application use (printer, alerting, etc). After a server restart, the MSExchangeFrontEndTransport Service could not start. It hangs at “Starting” and then it crashes. 180 more words

Microsoft

#FridayFive: Managed Services

Managed Services experts Alan Warren and Thomas Krizan discuss the changing space of the server industry and how customer experience is key to success.

What kind of automated tests are done on the environments to ensure customer satisfaction?

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Acquity Group

Respect to the Service Person. Respect to the Served.

The service industry comprises a vast array of occupations and careers; it does not only apply to food and beverage. Service personnel deserve understanding.

The most recognizable of the service industry professionals are the servers and bartenders found in restaurants and bars around the world. 2,777 more words

Gold and Platinum

What’s the difference?

HP Common Slot Gold and Platinum power supplies for servers – ever wondered what the difference was? Yes, the Platinum’s are more power efficient but it goes a lot further than that! 97 more words

Product Management

IBM and Lenovo Pass US Government Checks -- What's Next For System x?

Late last week, the US government finished their review of IBM’s proposed sale of System x and some software elements to Lenovo. (See http://online.wsj.com/articles/ibm-server-sale-to-lenovo-passes-u-s-test-1408135593) What does this mean for System x, IBM and the x86 server industry? 468 more words

IBM