I like to tinker. And what started as a normal IT career led to meeting some awesome people. Eventually transitioning over to cybersecurity, I look to help people secure their futures, whether that's their career, business, or nest egg.
Take a look around to see the type of content I produce. I've also studied traditional business as well as internet marketing so expect to see a mixture of business problem solving materials.
You can also head over to the contact page to reach out. Tell me what's on your mind or just say hi.
I may not be able to reply to everyone but I'll read every email.
Check out the about page for more details. Thanks and have a great day!
What You'll Find Here
I write about the digital stuff you use and how to protect it:
- Tales and tips from an IT pro.
- Information security, like security awareness and technical cybersecurity.
- Office and productivity apps such as Microsoft Excel, Evernote, G Suite, and more.
- Entrepreneurship and digital marketing.
- Leadership and management.
- Traditional business (I did earn an MBA with honors after all).
- Topics on privacy, tech projects, efficiency, automation, statistics, integrations, and more.
Other Types of Content
I also write about other types of content that help people level the playing field:
- Many things WordPress.
- Web design, development, and other web-based information.
- Information on general IT and IT security based certifications.
- Commentary, tutorials, job outlook and more in the IT and information security industry.
- Using online platforms like eBay, Udemy, and the like for producing a small secondary income. This is great for the pros who are just starting out and don't have employers who are willing to invest in them.
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