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Announcing: AustinThome.com!

Readers of the IT Pro Source – all of whom are assuredly attractive and genius-level people: I’ve felt for a while that the IT Pro Source is too all over the place – serious technical analysis, offbeat commentary, procedural IT how-to’s, news clips, etc… It’s as if the editor can’t decide whether the IT Pro … Continue reading

Knowing Your Active Directory Environment.

A topic I return to frequently is what I call “IT Epistemology” – what do we know about our IT environment, and how do we know it? It’s one thing to have a general working knowledge of this system or that process, but another thing entirely to know for sure that it works and achieves … Continue reading

3 Tips for IT Pros to Stick the Landing.

“Sticking the landing” is a gymnastics term referring to not moving the feet after landing from mid-air. Any movement of the feet outside a very few predefined movements will result in lost points; which, in a gathering of the best-of-the-best like the Olympics, is often the difference between going home with a medal and going … Continue reading

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Austin Thomé

Austin Thomé

Writer, enthusiastic IT Professional, expert coffee drinker, and website proprietor.

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