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Monday, May 26, 2008

What are you driving?


A group of entities; individuals and businesses, who come together to form an alliance or
partnership for a common advantage.

A driving analogy

Everyday Americans of various employ jump into their cars. They make they navigate streets
and highways. They drive high speeds behind, alongside and ahead of other motorists. Outwardly, some of them may drive the exact same vehicle as you. However, that enlightens
you neither to the car's features nor the driver's habits. The peculiar thing is you do not know those motorists, their driving skills or where they work. The amazing thing about it is how well it works! Accidents are not the norm. They are the exception. It is in everyone's interest to excercise every human psychological, physical, mental, spiritual and legal, resource to make this volatile, mobil feat work. It's not rocket science. Failure is not an option.

IE-Networks are not impossible. They are innovative.

What drives Independent Enterprise Networks? People who as employees, acquired, amassed and developed the Knowledge, Skills and Experience (KSE) and drove their employers to the competitive edge. This KSE, or wealth resource as diverse as the many cars on the road, is the property of and for the use of Independent Contractors (individuals) and Retailers/Resellers (businesses). They are not all contractors, but they are all enterprises, hence, the IE-Network moniker.

You may know everyone in a network of two, but a network of ever increasing and diverse resources (KSE) poses as daunting a task as knowing every motorist on the road. Ironically, our current economy has a driving affect on two things: Rising fuel costs for motorists and an increasing appeal for an economic IE-Network model. It raises the question: What am I driving?

No one can predict what the dynamic life of an IE-Network will look like, but can it work? ABSOULTELY! Lets drive!

Watch this blog for next business presentation.

The following are not jobs. They are presented as examples of various positions filled by employees, usually. IE-Networks can offer these same resources for individual and small business clients, not as employees, but as independent contractors.

System Administrator

Job summary: Responsible for the installation, configuration, administration and maintenance for workstations, servers and other network connected devices on the Sunbelt Software network. Analyzes and resolves problems associated with company hardware, operating systems, common business applications and end user support.Qualifications:
Previous Exchange 2003 & Exchange 2007 management required.
Previous IIS6 Web Server management required (previous skills in a load balanced environment helpful)
Need hands on skills with configuring, maintenance, and recovering the following storage technologies; SCSI, DAS, SANS.
Full understanding of Microsoft Windows Networking including; AD, GPO's, DNS, DHCP, DFS, IPSec, ISA, LCS/OCS, NTFS, NLB, WLBS.
Needs experience in building Windows XP and Vista images for rapid deployment.
Experience with backups and disaster recovery is required.
Cisco VoIP also desired.
SQL administration experience is required.
Previous experience with VMWare ESX Server helpful
Some *nix experience helpful
Ability to multitask on long term projects while dealing with day to day user requests for support.

Sofware Engineer LAMP
Job summary: We are looking for a Software Engineer with a strong background in the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) technology stack.You will work as a key member of our anti-malware technology team. You will be working with all aspects of our industry-leading Sandbox technologies, actively participating in the design, development, testing strategies and support of a critical Sunbelt technology. In addition, you will also participate in the development of Ninja Blade product – a next generation gateway server for email hygiene and filtering.Qualifications:
Self-motivated individual with excellent problem solving, troubleshooting and communication skills
1 - 3 years of development experience utilizing LAMP
Understanding of LAMP deployment best practices
C/C++, make, gcc/g++, gdb, autoconf, shell, Python, strongly preferred
Understanding of networking and Internet protocols XML, JavaScript highly desired
Experience with MySQL database design preferred
Scripting skills in at least one common language (Perl, Shell, Python) - Python preferred
A Bachelors or Masters in Computer Science or equivalent engineering experience
Associate Technical Support Engineer
Requirements:• BSCS degree or equivalent. • Strong knowledge of Linux networking.• Understanding of NAS/IP storage (NFS and CIFS) plus hands on experience using NetApp, EMC and SUN filers. • Strong working knowledge in networking, sub-netting, TCP/IP, and tools that deal with networks.• Experience developing scripts and programs in Perl, C/C , HTML or Java • Flexible, team-oriented and ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities.• Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to provide clear, concise, and timely status updates to customers. • Ability to work independently and demonstrate leadership skills to manage technical support group, as needed.

Sales Engineer

Required Skills: * 4 years of IT experience in a Vendor, Professional Services, IT Consulting, Systems Integration, or end-user environment * 2 years, technical pre-sales experience, or technical business related experience * Excellent organizational, customer service and communication skills * Professional presentation skills * Hands-on experience with Windows 2000/2003, Citrix Presentation Server , and WAN\LAN * Self-starter that manages time and activities with little day-to-day guidance or interaction from management * Excellent listening skills resulting in a high level of customer satisfaction. Must be able to listen for opportunities as well as potential technical barriers. * Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)

Technical Support Rep

Requirements: *Zero to Three years previous experience in Customer Support role. *Must have knowledge on Windows platforms including hardware, registry, work group rules, OS, and Application upgrades. *Desire to provide exceptional customer support and act as customer advocate in changing environment. *Familiarity with Linux, UNIX, SQL database queries, XML, HTML and java. *Competent computer skills, dynamic personality, well-spoken; to conduct Web-based presentations.Preferred Skills: *Experience selling systems management (help desk, patch management, software delivery, asset management, remote control) is a plus. *Ability to create Windows script and knowledge of web based hosted solutions highly desirable.

Computer and Network Technician

Perform : MS Windows, Hardware and Software Diagnostics, Repairs, Installations, Configurations, and Upgrades; Hardwire and Wireless Networking; Delivery and Setup; Virus, Parasite and SpyWare Removal; Tutoring: etc., * Preferred Education/Experience: CompTIA A+ Certification -AND/OR- CompTIA Network+ Certification -AND/OR- have one of the following Networking Certifications or equivalent Degree(s): MCP, MCSE, MCSE+I, MCSA, -AND- at least six(6) months of equivalent Computer & Networking hands-on experience.

Partners and Resellers

With the __ Appliance, resellers, systems integrators, and OEMs can solve critical messaging and security business issues for their clients. They can add significant value by designing and deploying exactly the system their clients need for for email archiving, data leak detection, compliance, and the electronic discovery requirements of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Unlike most competitive products which come as a hardware/software bundle, the __ is highly customizable. This gives resellers the opportunity to add significant value:
Build a system with the processing power and storage that your client requires.
Use the hardware and storage vendors you trust and know how to support.
Add additional storage or virtualized storage when it is needed.
Tune the ____ system to your client's needs. For example, the ___ hostile work environment policy management tests can be adjusted on a scale of 1-100. Some organizations will want you to adjust to the norms of their business.
Create the customized lists that your customers may require. For example, ___ can detect email to competitors. But, somebody needs to tell the system who the competitors may be.

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