Monthly Archives: December 2014

The importance of building trust

Over the past few weeks I’ve had some interesting discussions about the value of client relationships. In particular as it relates to the service industry. Let me start by saying that I work hard and put in the time to

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Is the surface pro 3 really a laptop replacement?

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Banner

I’ve been meaning to write about my experience with the Surface Pro 3 from Microsoft for some time.  I purchased the Surface Pro 3 in August, 2014, just about 4 months ago.  The device has become my defacto mobile laptop

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The Email Undo Feature of Gmail and Google Apps

Gmail Undo Email Option

A few years ago I came across a neat little feature, hidden away in the bowls of Google’s Gmail settings, in the lab / experimental section.  This is the section which has all kinds of really neat – some useful, some

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Hour of Code at Dillard Elementary

Dillard Elementary - Broward County

I’ve been working in the EdTech space for just about a decade, specifically, the K12 market.  Most of that time was spent behind the desk, building software.  The closest I ever got to working with kids using these platforms, was

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Berkner Consulting Awarded USBR Contract

Palm Beach Gardens, FL – September 18, 2014 – Berkner Consulting is happy to announce that it was awarded a federal contract from the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Reclamation, Boise Idaho for the development of a mobile

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