23 Nov 2015
Followship

There is much written and taught on the topic of leadership.  While the most often-cited examples of influential leaders are those who run large organizations or hold positions of authority, we are inspired when we hear stories of those who have emerged as powerful leaders from unexpected places having no obvious resources or credentials to...

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23 Nov 2015
Let’s Talk Tech

Carissa Montgomery – [Marketing & Communications Coordinator] On Tuesday, October 20th, eight area companies in the Evansville area joined forces to host the first Tech Talk Event. Professionals from the IT departments of the participating companies were invited to gather at the Tropicana Events Plaza for networking in an open, informal setting. The goal of the invitation-only...

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23 Nov 2015
Azure Rights Management Service from Microsoft

Chance Webster – [Systems Engineer] We have all seen stories on the news about company information being accidentally disclosed because of employee error or stolen during a breach of a company’s security infrastructure.  In many cases, company’s data is critical and confidential, and protecting this vital asset is a high priority.  The problem that organizations often...

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23 Nov 2015
The Results are In

As a Microsoft Gold Competency Partner, Keller Schroeder annually participates in a customer satisfaction survey to gain valuable feedback regarding our services. For the past 6 years, our clients have been asked to rate these services based on several key performance indicators. As in previous years, Keller Schroeder significantly outpaced partner averages in categories such as...

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23 Nov 2015
Spotlight On…

Employee Owners: Chris Fortune   Chris Fortune is a 20 year veteran in IT. His experience began as a co-op student on a helpdesk and quickly escalated into increasingly challenging roles in network engineering, system engineering, and telecom. Security has always been the common thread of Chris’ work with these other disciplines.  He has also had...

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23 Oct 2015
Technical Curiosity

My Dad passed away a little over a year ago at the age of 85.  All who knew him would say he was a “young acting” guy for at least 84 of those years – until his illness got the best of him.  His youthfulness was expressed not in athleticism or a high energy personality.  In...

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23 Oct 2015
VMworld 2015 – End User Compute (EUC)

Matt Barton – Senior Systems Engineer What tech conference combines 23,000+ people, 785 sessions, 1,000,000+ sq ft, miles of walking, painfully slow wifi, all spread over 6 days in the heart of San Francisco?  Any guesses?  Of course it’s VMworld 2015.  I had the good fortune of being able to attend this year.  Focusing on VMware’s End User...

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23 Oct 2015
My Top 5 SharePoint 2016 Features

Matt Mulherin – Applications Consultant   SharePoint 2016 is scheduled to be released in the second quarter of 2016 with many new features for both cloud and on-premises (on-prem) deployments.  Of the 26 new SharePoint 2016 features listed on Microsoft’s TechNet site, I will highlight my favorite five.  The big focus with SharePoint 2016 seems...

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23 Oct 2015
Veeam Backup & Replication

Matt Barton – Senior Engineer Is your business still backing up a VMware or Hyper-V environment using traditional physical backup software?  Has your business recently made the transition from physical infrastructure to a VMware or Hyper-V virtualized environment, and are now looking to take further advantage of server virtualization?  Or are your backups failing to...

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23 Oct 2015
2015 Client Appreciation Event : All-Star Bash

Carissa Montgomery – Marketing & Communications Coordinator On October 2nd, 2015, Keller Schroeder hosted our annual Client Appreciation Event. This year, we held an All-Star Bash to celebrate the TRUE MVPs of our organization. It was a day filled with delicious food from Marx Barbecue and Pacetre, plus fellowship and a lot of fun. Along...

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