Continuing on the travel sagas of 2017, my wife and I traveled to Jamaica for a getaway vacation in Negril.
Earlier in the year, I got bumped off of a flight – luckily, it wasn’t a United flight; but it was just after that fiasco – which was great for me! Continue reading “Cool Runnings”
It’s been a long while, but I still wanted to write about this experience – mainly because it’s about one of my favorite places in the world. If you haven’t guessed yet, I’m talking about the Isle of Capri.
In my last travel post, I talked about our time in Zurich, Barcelona and ending up in Sorrento. If you are unaware, Capri is a small island off the coast of Italy in the Bay of Naples. Continue reading “Europa: Take III – The Isle of Capri (and other tales of Italy)”
A few weeks ago, I wrote about slowing things down on a recent trip to Europe – mentioning that it would be part one of a soon-to-come saga. Welp, part two is now here! Continue reading “Europa – Take II”
Workflow – it’s a scary word, right? It comes up more and more every day in conversations; so much so that Gartner, a leading technology analytics firm, has transitioned the Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) marketplace into a new category: Content Collaboration Platform (CCP).
Citrix ShareFile has been consistent in our execution within said marketplaces. In the three years that Gartner produced the Magic Quadrant for EFSS, ShareFile was named a leader. This year, as the marketplace shifted to the CCP, ShareFile was, again, named a leader – for the fourth time in a row!!!
Why? There are a number of reasons explained in the Gartner report(s) – but, today, we are going to focus on one: Workflow.
The purpose of ShareFile’s workflow engine is to simplify the building of workflows to a manner by which an Average Joe business user can create flows using if/then type statements and filters in order to automate mundane tasks in their day-to-day. Continue reading “Workflows – Easy as 1, 2, 3….”
…. Frames can’t catch you when you’re moving like that – Jack Johnson.
A throwback, yes; but it fits the theme of this post so well…
A few weeks ago, my wife and I traveled to Europe for a much-needed vacation. I know people say that all the time, but it’s true – it was much-needed and it was amazing. I’m not going to write about our entire adventure here, I’ll get to that eventually. Consider this part one of a multi-post series about our adventures (alternatively, if you can’t wait, you can check out my Instagram feed where I documented much of our trip).
The reason I say this trip was much needed is exactly what the title eludes to – we were moving too fast. Continue reading “Slow Down, Everyone, You’re Moving Too Fast”