As Peter is leveling up to Beer Meister, he and Adam discuss his progress. Adam has been watching too many episodes of the Xfiles and has a conspiracy theory of his own.
Regarding the lightbulb, Thomas Edison is paraphrased as saying, “I have not failed. I have simply found 10,000 possibilities that do not work”. Peter and Adam share in ways that they have failed in business, but not quit.
Halloween is right around the corner. Peter and Adam share horror stories from the IT front. The Nifty of the week is the Kanex keyboard.
Peter and Adam sit and quarterback from the IT Armchairs regarding Delta Airlines data center fire. They also discuss that the Amazon Kindle Unlimited and Dash services are quite nifty.
Delta Data Center Fire:
Peter and Adam join Tim Richter in a roundtable discussion concerning ransomware. The guys discuss how business owners should be protecting their computer infrastructure. This a collaborative follow up to Peter’s white paper 10 Critical Steps to Survive a Ransomware attack. Not a bad webinar considering that the rest of the time Tim and Peter do not talk to each other.
Video Webinar Recording
In this episode Adam and Peter shed light on the elusive IT Services billing.
In this episode Adam and Peter are not trying dissuade you from your favorite operating system. They discuss the pros and cons of both the Windows and Apple platforms.
In this episode Adam and Peter discuss how the internet is shrinking the world and that it is now possible to work from anywhere.
In this Episode Peter is not Kung Fu fighting. Those kicks were fast as lightning but not nearly as effective and pragmatic as Krav Maga. Peter shares his experience and passion for this discipline.
On Thursday, August 25 at 9:45 AM, Tim Richtor Founder & Ceo of RCor Technologies
will be hosting an interactive security roundtable with Peter Nikolaidis Information
Technology & Security Consultant at Paradigm Consulting and Me. (Adam Bell Founder of
Sublime Computer Services)
We are excited to bring you the critical IT security information that you need with a
unique and interactive roundtable discussion. We will also hold a Q & A session to
ensure that all of your burning questions are answered.
The three of us have been in a business development group since 2014. Peter and I host
the podcast Blurring the Lines (www.blurringthelinespodcast.com). Our three differing personalities will be entertaining as well as informative.
In this episode Adam and Peter discuss beer brewing. Peter has engaged in the art and science of homebrewing and has a lot of questions.
HomeBrewing for Dummies is actually a very good book.
PART OF THE SPRING NETWORK
In this episode Peter’s friends have found laptops and they are not sure what to do with them. We go on to discuss the laptops and our own discovery of Pokemon Go.
What is Pokemon?
The iPhone case that could make you a Pokémon master: ‘Target’ gadget aims to help struggling players catch ’em all.
In this episode Adam and Peter discuss the worst case scenario. When it has hit the fan and all of the preventative measures have failed, it is time to mitigate the damage.
In this episode Adam and Peter discuss using the “Whitelist”. What does your computer and a nightclub have in common? You can’t get in if you are not on this list.
In this episode Adam and Peter discuss the importance of employee training. A little training saves time and money.
In this episode Adam and Peter are tired of talking tech and take time to discuss the benefits of Yoga even for IT guys.
In this episode Adam and Peter discuss how to protect the most important asset in the company: The data. How “Siloing” will protect the data.