In the groove

Getting back into the groove at a new job, new list of tasks, new home schedule, and for once – a true training schedule to get me back on the road to good (better?) health.

I’ve signed a five page NDA that is scares me to type anything more work related than the words “work related” so my posts will typically be generic if they discuss VMware or my new employer TDS Hosted and Managed Services (TDS HMS). And anything I typically share – will always be available somewhere else already published and approved the marketing… okay with that out of the way, here we go.

Visi, Team, Vital Support Systems, and OneNeck are all owned by TDS. With a big toolbox of resources and a roster of some of the smartest and battle hardened folks in the business – I’m honored to be onboard with the crew leading up their new cloud IaaS product ReliaCloud. And for those who ask, no that is not me in the NOC photo this time. I honestly tried to find the photo but wasn’t successful. Internet Wayback Machine to the rescue… which goes to prove don’t let marketing photograph you – you’ll never get it off the internet. 🙂

And with that, I’m wrapping up a lunch hour post and hope to add more meaningful entries in the near future.

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