Cyber Advisors Blog

Joe's Breakfast Links Pt. 24

Posted by Joe Moline on Jul 28, 2017 10:16:49 AM

I was on a vacation this past week when in just a few seconds my four-year-old daughter gave me some of the best advice I am sure any parent has ever received.  We were at a water park and she was trying to get across the pool using the monkey-bar like rope and the floating plastic rocks.  She was not tall enough to reach the rope in most areas of the course so she was going to need my help unless she just jumped from rock to rock.  She was struggling to reach the rope and the rock was sliding out from under her so I grabbed her and assisted her and she yelled, “Dad, I got this.”  Then she yelled that she needed my help, but then again followed up that she didn’t want my help.  I just couldn’t seem to do it right.

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Talent Management Success Story

Posted by Marc Carlson on Jun 7, 2017 9:15:00 AM

I wanted to share another example of success with a recent consultant that I had come in contact with.

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Making A Match

Posted by Marc Carlson on May 18, 2017 8:22:52 AM

I wanted to share an opportunity that came across my desk a little while ago from one of my co-workers. 

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Let's Practice Safe Cloud.

Posted by Dan Sanderson on Jul 5, 2016 1:43:55 PM

Cloud conversations can go many different ways.  It is, after all, a fairly wide open and eclectic topic.  As part of my blog this week, I will explain how I approach PUBLIC IAAS cloud from a consultative approach.  

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Hyperconverged. The new standard?

Posted by Dan Sanderson on Jun 6, 2016 12:01:37 PM

Although not necessarily a bleeding edge topic (maybe slightly more cutting edge), Hyperconvergence is definitely taking huge steps in the right direction.  Businesses in all vertical markets seem to be adopting or at least taking some interest in Hyperconverged infrastructure.  

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Welcome to the team Brandon!

Posted by Katie McDonald on May 24, 2016 10:46:58 AM

Twin Cities, MN – Cyber Advisors, Inc. is pleased to announce the recent hire of Brandon Spinler, who will join the Cyber Advisors team as an Account Executive. In this role, Mr. Spinler will be responsible for daily account management, working with customers on technology initiatives and the expansion of Cyber Advisors sales.

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Training Opportunities at Cyber Advisors

Posted by Dan Sanderson on May 20, 2016 11:49:59 AM

Every interaction is a training opportunity.  At Cyber, we truly believe knowledge is king.  The education opportunities for both our employees and customers keeps minds sharp, excited, and frankly keeps you happy where you work.

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NaaS - Want to Increase the ROI in Your Network Upgrades?

Posted by Dan Sanderson on Feb 10, 2016 10:00:00 AM

 

Finding budget dollars to replace old networking gear can be tricky - especially when your older gear doesn't seem to have any reliability or major performance issues.  It is very typical for us to see network infrastructure (mainly switching) lasting 5 to even 10 years at a business - later model networking gear seems to just never die.  Unfortunately, it can force IT staff to sometimes enter a "regressive" or "complacent" mode of network upkeep.  

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NaaS - Networking as a Service

Posted by Dan Sanderson on Jan 4, 2016 8:16:11 AM

Finding budget dollars to replace old networking gear can be tricky - especially when your older gear doesn't seem to have any reliability or major performance issues.  It is very typical for us to see network infrastructure (mainly switching) lasting 5 to even 10 years at a business - later model networking gear seems to just never die.  Unfortunately, it can force IT staff to sometimes enter a "regressive" or "complacent" mode of network upkeep.  

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Customer Feedback before it's too late

Posted by Joe Moline on Dec 11, 2015 10:06:29 AM

I recently became a customer of a company and after only a few short weeks decided that I was no longer going to be one. The point of this blog is to share with you my experience as a customer, and not diminish said company or insinuate that my experience was the same as many other of this organization’s customers. Therefore, I am going to be somewhat vague when discussing the particulars of this experience.

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