Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Social Analytics: The Key When Splitting Hosted And On-Premises e-Mail?

Mike Gotta says in Collaboration and Content Strategies Blog: Social Analytics: The Key When Splitting Hosted And On-Premises e-Mail?:
So back to the topic - it would make sense to identify and understand e-Mail usage patterns (including calendar, tasks, contacts) before making the decision on a hybrid approach.
He raises lots of good questions about the validity of assumptions use to decide on hosting mail internally or externally. Have a read...

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Blog Location www.justinknol.net

I'm playing around with Google Apps on this domain and so service may be interrupted occasionally over the next two days.

The addresses http://blog.justinknol.net and http://www.justinknol.net should continue to work for the duration...

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Don't call me Ishmael - Choosing a name for your new PC

Do yourself a favour and enjoy the latest by Verity Stob. Nomenclature is fun...
Don't call me Ishmael - Choosing a name for your new PC
All here works are consolidated here.

Friday, June 19, 2009

New Jazz


New Jazz, originally uploaded by justinKnol.

I picked up a new and very shiny Jazz today.

mmmmm yellow...

Monday, June 15, 2009

Started today at Fujitsu Australia

I started a new job today. Solution Consultant at Fujitsu Australia.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Ars Reviews the Palm Pre, part 1: the BlackBerry killer - Ars Technica

Ars Technica Reviews the Palm Pre, part 1: the BlackBerry killer:
Most of the gadget press is obsessing over whether the Palm Pre is an iPhone killer, but they're asking the wrong question. We've been testing one for the past few days, and it's clear to us that the real target of Palm's new phone is the BlackBerry. Here's how Palm will use the webOS to tackle the enterprise market.

Finally someone gets it. The Palm Pre is not aiming to kill the iPhone, it is aiming to kill the Blackberry...

Restarting

Finished today.

A new thing starts on Monday. Blogging will hopefully start to move to a more verbose mode after the last five years.

Bring it on...