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Craig Lawton
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Independent IT consultant and blogger with specialty in all things digital - cloud computing, infrastructure, enteprise, security, architecture
Independent IT consultant and blogger with specialty in all things digital - cloud computing, infrastructure, enteprise, security, architecture

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Hey,

This Movember I've committed my upper lip to help change the face of men's health. I'm growing my moustache for 30 days, and I need your support: http://mobro.co/craiglawton117.

My kids have told me the mo has to go so I’ve got one week left to try and reach my goal of $1,000. If you’ve already given to myself or another “mo bro” many thanks. It’s awesome to have a charity which is fun and about helping men. Every little bit helps so chip in as little or as much as you feel good about. My work colleagues are in a team effort to raise about $5,000 and all the encouragement you can give would be most welcome.

There are two ways you can contribute to my Mo growing effort:
Donate online at http://mobro.co/craiglawton117 -OR-
Write a cheque to 'Movember' referencing my registration ID (12608229) and mail it to: Movember, PO Box 60, East Melbourne, VIC 8002, Australia

Learn about the important work Movember is funding and the impact your donation will have: https://au.movember.com/programs/strategy

Together we can change the way the world looks at mental health. Next step: I’m going to do an update photo so go check me out at: http://mobro.co/craiglawton117

Mo Bro Craig Lawton
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Help me change the face of men’s health this #Movember by making a donation to my moustache: http://mobro.co/12608229 @MovemberAUS
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He seems to rile a few people up (for suspiciously vague reasons). I loved this
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It wasn't that long ago that ITIL CMDBs were king and IT tried to
micro-manage all aspects of an operation thereby providing absolute
assurance. In this new age of stuff-as-a-service that doesn't seem possible any more, yet the language and approach hasn't evolved. How we think about an IT operation seems locked in the past. What are better
metaphors and models for IT management in this new and changing world? One could suggest that previously IT ran as a machine and now, with its diverse ecosystems, it is more like an organism.

http://www.coffeescroll.com/2015/02/06/metaphors-machines-beasts/

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It wasn't that long ago that ITIL CMDBs were king and IT tried to
micro-manage all aspects of an operation thereby providing absolute
assurance. In this new age of stuff-as-a-service that doesn't seem possible any more, yet the language and approach hasn't evolved. How we think about an IT operation seems locked in the past. What are better
metaphors and models for IT management in this new and changing world? One could suggest that previously IT ran as a machine and now, with its diverse ecosystems, it is more like an organism.

http://www.coffeescroll.com/2015/02/06/metaphors-machines-beasts/

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It wasn't that long ago that ITIL CMDBs were king and IT tried to
micro-manage all aspects of an operation thereby providing absolute
assurance. In this new age of stuff-as-a-service that doesn't seem possible any more, yet the language and approach hasn't evolved. How we think about an IT operation seems locked in the past. What are better
metaphors and models for IT management in this new and changing world? One could suggest that previously IT ran as a machine and now, with its diverse ecosystems, it is more like an organism.

http://www.coffeescroll.com/2015/02/06/metaphors-machines-beasts/
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