NEPA BlogCon 2013: WordPress Customization & Security

Back in October, I spoke at NEPA BlogCon with Joe Casabona about WordPress Customization and Security.

This was my first time at BlogCon and I have to say that they put on an excellent event!  It was great to see this community of bloggers and IT pros get together in Northeast PA.
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Limits & Ethics

As an enterprise e-mail administrator, I’m regularly asked about the size of attachments that our users can send.  I often give the answer as “that depends” (more on this below).

Less frequently, after giving my answer, I’m asked “can that be changed?”  And much less frequently, though still several times in my career “alright, that’s officially the limit, but can it be changed for me?”

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Advice to Information Technology Students

In October, my alma mater – the Pennsylvania College of Technology – celebrated fifty years of offering IT programs.

As a 2005 graduate of the Data Communications & Networking program, I was given the opportunity to speak to fellow alumni, professors, and current students about my experience at Penn College and what I’ve been doing for the past eight years. I joined seven other alumni, including the former CIO of Penn College and professionals from the likes of Dell, Cisco, Geisinger Medical Center, and Susquehanna Health.

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