- Faith MinistriesDirector of Technology, 2001 - present
Preparing an Information Technology (I.T.) budget can often be a dreaded task. Tech people seem to always want to spend more money and accounting people want to make sure funds are spent wisely. Both parties are striving to be good stewards of God’s resourc...
My latest article, Protecting the Soft Underbelly of the Church is now live at ministrytech.com . Last month we talked about the cyber challenges churches face. This month we will look at some simple ways the church can protect itself from those bad actors...
My latest article, The Apple and the Fall is now live at ministrytech.com . The recent developments with the FBI demanding that Apple help them gain access to the iPhone of a terrorist has really gotten a lot of people thinking. Terrorists are deplorable an...
My latest article, Stress in IT is now live at ministrytech.com . As I travel around the country talking with IT professionals who work for churches, ministries and non-profits, I’ve noticed that many of us are struggling with similar challenges. While cha...
Microsoft has released the first major update to Windows 10. In the good old day of previous Windows versions this would have been called a Service Pack but under the new Windows 10 paradigm this is just an update to the continual evolution of Windows. The...
I admit that I’m an early adopter for technology. I like to get the new stuff and play with it
right away. I know that the next version
will probably be better, have less bugs, and look cooler but I can’t wait for
version 2. Then I’d feel behind the curv...
Who doesn’t love summer time? The sunshine and warmer temperatures, the family vacations, the lack of school homework, and of course, an evening on the porch sipping a refreshing iced beverage. You’d think we would find ourselves outdoors more enjoying cr...
My latest article, The Soft Underbelly of the Church is now live at ministrytech.com . If I was to someday turn to the dark side, and for the sake
of argument let’s say I haven’t yet, I’m convinced that I could retire hacking
churches. Churches are trea...
My latest article, Don't Go It Alone this Year is now live at ministrytech.com . Can I ask you a question? How many of your new year’s resolutions have you already broken? Some of them are probably career oriented—things like network more, learn more,...
Recently I lost hours of my life due to an odd USB setting in Windows 10. If you are experiencing or have experienced issues with USB devices and Windows 10 then hopefully you can keep reading and save yourself the hours of frustration and rage inducing fa...
This has certainly been a momentous occasion as this is the last time we will be upgrading Windows from one version to the next. From this point forward the updates will come in periodically, no more waiting for a big upgrade install every 2-3 years. I’m v...
Apple Blesses Twitter, Makes It the Social Network on iOS Devices
Apple has announced a deep integration between its hardware and Twitter's service. Here's what that all means.
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Facebook's operations: A look at the IT risks | ZDNet
Security, scaling, tweaking software and uptime keep Facebook’s technology wonks up at night.
Final thoughts on Windows 8: A design disaster | ZDNet
The biggest problem with Windows 8 is that it wasn’t born out of a need or demand. Its design failures, particularly with ‘Metro UI’
Here’s how Facebook keeps track of who you are stalking | ZDNet
Whenever you search for someone on Facebook, the social network seems to order your friends in a very specific way. It turns out the company
Fat Guy On a Little Runway: Boeing 787 Dreamliner Lands at Reagan Nation...
Boeing's 787 Dream Tour made its way to an improbable destination on Monday -- Washington's Reagan National Airport -- a field that will alm
HP punts on WebOS, discontinues TouchPad, cuts outlook | ZDNet
HP drops a bombshell—as well as the TouchPad and WebOS.
Sprint to land Apple's iPhone: How wireless carrier dynamics will change...
Sprint lands the iPhone 5 and the wireless carrier competitive dynamic changes.
Kevin Mitnick shows how easy it is to hack a phone
Famed hacker shows how easy it is for anyone, not just British tabloid journalists, to access a stranger's mobile phone voice mail. Read thi
Windows 8 aims to take pain out of managing passwords
The upcoming new OS will offer users the ability to store and retrieve their Web site and application passwords through Internet Explorer 10
'Consumer Reports' Satisfied that iPhone 4S Fixes Antenna Issues
Influential ratings and reviews magazine Consumer Reports, which famously refused to recommend both the GSM and CDMA iPhone 4 models due to