Charlie Mac and Associates

Author: Olivia Morgan

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When I was learning to fly, monitoring was a big deal. Looking out for traffic, making sure engine temperature and pressure remained in the green zone, adjusting angle of attack, tweaking airspeed, checking radio frequencies, watching the little ball on the yaw indicator. These constant checks ensured safe, smooth and efficient flight. The same goes for IT systems […]
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Strong and enduring relationships are important but often get overlooked in IT. Strong relationships are built upon shared commitment and trust. Without these, awesome ideas die on the vine. I am sure you’ve seen this before. Forming long term relationships with IT providers can be difficult too, particularly in our world of probity and procurement […]
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Following on from my email last week, I wanted to describe how you can build a complete Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution completely with Microsoft offerings. My philosophy is two-fold: 1) make the most of the Microsoft 365 licencing you already have and, 2) remove much of the third-party security infrastructure you have that […]
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Whilst working at a Water Corporation a while back, I had to migrate 250k records from Records Manager to Content Manager 9. The documents themselves were straightforward, but the transformations of the related metadata were extreme (including nested lists). I used Power Query for this and although good for understanding data quality, it was very manual […]
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If we could only get people to classify their records properly? You can hear this cry from Information Managers across the state. We love to create, but us humans aren’t so good at classifying things. Our interpretations, cultures and biases result in wild variation. It’s a tough job to be an Information Manager squeezed between […]

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