This potentially simple task is not as easy as I expected, and I ran into a rather special case which I could not find documented anywhere else, hence this post.
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You may well recognize this title – it appeared as a Realcomm Advisory on 21st April written by Tama Huang of NOI Strategies and you can read the original here: http://www.realcomm.com/advisoryweb.asp?aid=471. I have enormous respect for both Tama and NOI. However, there were some misunderstandings in this piece that are interesting, including the following assertions:
Efficiency is the name of the game perhaps even more so given the current economic climate. Real Estate business is built on process and governance and companies clearly recognize the imperative of compliance. But compliance does not address a company’s ability to work efficiently. Over the years companies have taken what, at the time, were […]
Professional services firm Calvis achieves 100% growth in the use of InterAction CRM after deploying InterAction for Smartphone to all staff: this reaches 282% growth after InterAction Dashboards are deployed. The use of InterAction, initially a domain of the marketing and business development staff only, was quickly adopted by all members of staff, including partners […]
Sandy Jacolow, who established and led Calvis’ US operations from its inception in 2009, will be stepping down as President on December 31st. Sandy’s time has been increasingly committed to two key clients who require a significant level of his time and focus for the foreseeable future. To ensure these clients get the very best […]
Top tip for those long in the tooth with virtual machines and needing to resize virtual hard disks. This used to be difficult, and involve messing around shutting down servers and mounting the vmdk virtual hard disks as secondary drives on another server to perform the resize. Now it is as easy as it could […]