You’ve Got Information Technology Questions? We Have Answers…


athinaAs an IT professional or IT leader, do you find yourself with questions or issues you’d like to get opinions about?  Of course you do.  As a consultant, researcher, educator and author, I get questions all the time.  For me they are my oxygen.  If the questions ever stopped, well, I frankly don’t know what I’d do!

At the risk of coming across as arrogant, after 15 months of blogging and 166 posts, I sometimes find myself opening up my blog and entering a search term in which I’m interested in the search box in the banner, and using my own blog to remind myself what I’ve written about, or that others have commented on regarding that topic.  Often, the search comes up with some useful information – sometimes with some helpful link or insight.

So, here’s a suggestion – next time you have a question, or a topic of interest related to IT organization, governance, value realization, architecture, ITIL, CMMI, or emerging leading practices, give my blog a chance.  See how it holds up as a repository of useful nuggets.  Let me know – if it works for you, or if it let’s you down.  Let me know how to make this blog a more useful resource for you.

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7 thoughts on “You’ve Got Information Technology Questions? We Have Answers…

  1. There is definitely a role for the blog as an aide-memoire, but to suggest that a 166 post blog should be used by others, who don’t share your memory of the blog’s contents, is stretching it a bit.

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  2. David, thanks for the comment! We frequently use a Wikipedia with millions of entries without breaking a sweat – thanks to the power of search technology. The WordPress blogging platform has a great search capability, so I don’t think the number of posts in a blog, or the need to remember its content are really issues. In fact, the more posts in the blog, the more rich the results from a search.

    My suggestion was that if you have a question related to IT organization, governance, value realization, architecture, ITIL, CMMI, etc., you may find the blog to be of value – without having to know anything about the blogs content other than the primary domain it covers.

    To your point, I don’t have a great recollection of what is in there – which was why I found myself searching the blog – often to help respond to client’s questions. Some success at doing that led me to the current post and suggestion.

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  3. will you please help me in making a I.T Questoner?
    i would appreciate if this can be done .any format of questoner.(how to know about the compay requirement about I.T products.

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  4. Good Day.
    thanks for your response to my request.i would appreciate if u could help me with this.

    my company is a I.T solution provider ,and we have started a new project for our new I.T sales Personel.my company wants me to preapare a Questoner wich can give me information regarding the companies they visit.

    Example-how many desk tops they have (2)what server they are using (3)whta fire walls they have ?its just like getting to know abt the company infrastucture wich in return can help me in generating buiness for my company.

    so i kindly request you to please help me out with any such format of questions .

    Regards
    Amer

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  5. Amer, thanks for the clarification – I now understand better what you are looking for. This is not something I can provide over the blog. Please email me (email link at the top of the left column) and we can discuss how to handle this need. Thanks.

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