For the past year I have been on medical leave. It wouldn't be any fun to contract a regular illness, so I thought I'd come down with one of the rarest auto-immune diseases on the planet. Wegener's Granulomatosis nearly cost me my life, but now, thanks to the Mayo Clinic, Fairview Healthcare, University of Minnesota Physicians, Park Nicollet, and Allina Healthcare, I'm in remission and making a come back.
When you face the end of your own personal world, you get a rare chance to consider what really matters. Faith, family, friends, a sunny day, waking up in the morning all take on a sacred value.
I've never been one to sit around and twiddle my fingers, so I am very eager to jump back into the career I've loved so much.
In the last two years, the market seems to have caught up to what I have been writing and speaking about. If you put your information in the cloud, you are still going to be responsible for finding it, managing it, protecting it, and distributing it. So how in the world do you do that?
The answer is, I believe, found here. It isn't a product and it isn't something you have to buy. It is a way of thinking about your information so that you can describe what behaviors (policies) should follow that kind of information around.
Now that I'm back in the saddle, so to speak, I'll be helping you make sense out of the business and organizational aspects of life in the cloud.