This site, I.T. Should Just Work, has had a makeover - both cosmetically and also under the hood. This post will take you through the new design, migration process, and reasoning behind this refresh.
Thanks to all those that voted for “IT Should Just Work” in the IT Blog Awards and passed the devious maths test at the bottom of the voting form. I’m shocked and humbled to let you all know that the results are in and this blog won the award for Best Analysis.
I’m pleased to announce this blog is a finalist in the 2018 IT Blog Awards hosted by Cisco in the category of “Best Analysis”. Voting is open to the tech community through January 4th 2019, so if you’ve found this blog useful or insightful at any point (or you’ve followed my advice and your datacentre didn’t catch fire …
In a tangent from my regular IT activities, I’ve made a clock for the IT office using an old tape reel, a floppy disk, and an analogue clock kit from Amazon. It’s turned out quite well and looks like this. Here’s a (very) quick guide on how to make one of your own.