Businesses can learn from each interaction with customers and vendors. Whether it’s discovering a new process is needed, an existing process needs modification, or existing processes can be combined or eliminated. There’s usually progress that can be made to reduce friction in business operations. Even in the absence of learning about a needed change businesses... Continue reading Some Thoughts on Expectation Management
Automation can save employee and customer time through reduced manual action and reduced errors. The less human interaction required the less likely errors are to occur because a reliable repeatable process has been created. Typing commands into a terminal can suffer from misspelling and commands entered in an improper order. Conversely, too much automation can... Continue reading To Ask or Not to Ask?
Hello blogonerds, my name is Antonio Galvan aka Ant I am a 39-year-old who has had a career in social services for the past 15 years. A new career was and is somewhat of a scary idea. Last year I started thinking I really wanted to do something different with my career and I could... Continue reading It’s never too late to learn something new
(Bourne-Again SHell) If you’re looking for root account and operating system tests, and operator input error handling for your bash script, you’ve come to the right place. The example commands I’m using are from an installation script that I created for my company using if and nested if statements. If statements are a type of... Continue reading A Little Bash
When an analyst is reviewing logs from various environment sources such as Azure Active Directory, perimeter firewalls, email gateways, Amazon Web Services, endpoint protection and others, they need to check for activity from other sources to make a determination that the domain, URL, or IP address (indicator) warrants further investigation/policy action/control change based on activity... Continue reading A List of Third-Party Services to Determine Indicator Badness