Gregory W. Smith

Gregory W.

Gregory W. Smith is a systems analyst for Nortec Communications. He is an MCSE+Internet, an MCSE, an MCSA, a CCA, and a CNA.

"Seek First to Understand"
Gregory W. Smith recommends that you find out what information is necessary, then work diligently to acquire it.
Training Wisely
Gregory W. Smith recommends several steps you should take to ensure that you have a successful training experience.
Cabling Gotchas
Gregory W. Smith explains that when troubleshooting, you shouldn't overlook some of the basic elements.
Troubleshooting 101
Gregory W. Smith gives you a step-by-step troubleshooting process you can apply to any crisis situation.
"Sharpen the Saw"
Gregory W. Smith explains how to keep your knowledge up to date in a rapidly changing environment.
Those Who Don't Learn from the Past
Gregory W. Smith discusses how you might want to consider foregoing today's automated OS features and testing your skills using older technology that requires manual configurations.
Document Your Certifications 2
One thing we all have in common is a desire to become certified--or to remain certified. However, passing an exam doesn't necessarily mean that you're certified.
Secure Your System
Gregory W. Smith offers some tips for securing systems that are connected to the Internet. Live! UPDATE, May 1, 2002
Gregory Smith explains how to make the most of your classroom training experiences.
Getting the Most From Training 4
Gregory W. Smith explains how to make the most of your classroom training experiences.
A New Security Tool; Notes from the Working World
Gregory W. Smith discusses Microsoft's new security tool, the Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer, and offers some advice about choosing the training that will benefit you the most.
Making Professionalism a Habit
Gregory Smith offers tips for developing good habits on the job.
Professionalism on the Job 4
Gregory Smith explains why professionalism in the workplace, toward both internal and external customers, is so important.
Rebranding Possibilities
Why Microsoft might rebrand the MCP and MCSE program in January 2002.
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