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There we were, now here we are

By Jason McKeown

“At least we still have a football club to support.”

For a couple of years at least, those words were heard on a regular basis at Valley Parade. 951 more words


Guide to Supporting Microsoft Private Clouds Simple

Napoleon Bonaparte was arguably the most strategic thoughts set to war. As we shall see later, his strategic brilliance, nevertheless, is equally relevant to the aggressive entire world of Company; and in this case, Microsoft’s rivalry with Google.A little backgroundMicrosoft, the world’s biggest computer software vendor, has been around for really a prolonged time. 222 more words

Supporting Jackie Critical

Jackie Chan is born with Gemini dial having Ketu in lagna. jackie has Pluto in the 2nd house, Saturn and Neptune in the 5th house in Libra, Rahu and Mars in Sagittarius in 7th house, Mercury in the Aquarius in the 9th house, Sun in the Pisces in the 10th house, Venus in the 11th house in Aries and Jupiter and Moon in Taurus in 12th house. 352 more words

The Groundswell Inside Your Company

Finally, this semester comes to the last Blog: The Groundswell Inside Your Company, which is kind of a little bit of summary of putting everything we have mentioned together; BUT, instead of communicate with the customers, it teaches you to communicate within the company internally. 260 more words


Keep Supporting

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Love Story

The Groundswell Inside Your Company

This week post is about the Groundswell inside your company. Hope you enjoy reading the post.

The textbook, “Groundswell: Winning in a World Transformed by Social Technologies” by Charlene Li ad Josh Bernoff discusses the groundswell inside your company. 1,367 more words

A Coral Tree and Caring People

Good Afternoon, God!

What a delight to find a healthy coral tree! There used to be so many of them . . . blooming every January. 296 more words