IT/Office Managers/Administrators?

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    darthweb VIP Member

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    Never thought of asking this before but do any members here work as IT/Office managers or administrators?

    Reason I ask is that I work for an IT consultancy with services including support, procurement, hosting and disaster recovery to name but a few and was wondering if any of you guys/gals may be interested in getting in contact for what I'm sure would be mutually beneficial relationship :thumb:

    I work for .....

    www.lanmark.co.uk

    www.mailhosted.co.uk

    www.epicbackup.com
     
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    Maurice Bloody good bloke VIP Member

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    I am the I.T. Manager of a large languages school in central London.

    2 LANS. 9 servers over 200 PCS & laptops.

    All MS based.
     
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    darthweb VIP Member

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    Thanks Maurice

    PM sent :thumb:
     
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    Zeus Moderator

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    I am the Network Security Admin for 3 DoD networks and 7 DoD contractor networks here in the US. Being overseas, I would not be authorized to contract out work to you :(
     
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    Goober THQ's Jester Moderator

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    I am fairly certain that most of the "regulars" here are into some form of IT whether it being graphic design to break/fix to administration and everything in between. I unlike Zeus am a little more flexible but it's a tad bit easier to deal with folk on my side of the pond.
     
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    Zeus Moderator

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    It's not that I'm not flexible. While managing these networks I have to comply to the DoD standard and it does not allow for services to be contracted out overseas. The contractor networks have to abide by DoD standards or else we are no longer allowed to connect to DoD networks so their services also cannot be contracted overseas.

    I wish I could make decisions about the networks without having to consult a stack of regulations, but that is life. :wall:
     
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    Nickweb Resident Filmaker Moderator

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    Its funny, now I mainly work with computers doing visuals and club / client work, but having a background in IT has helped no end
     
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