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Kevin Fream Harvard Featured Speaker

Kevin Fream Presents Delta Method at Harvard

Kevin Fream Featured Speaker at Harvard My grandparents were American fortitude. An Arkansas Marine Drill Sargent and Colorado farmer’s daughter combined with an Iroquois mechanic and New York cook. Dad […]

Revealing Secrets to Streamlining Technology

Virtual CIO Arms Clients with Inside Information

Kevin Fream and Matrixforce Publish New Book Revealing Technology Industry Secrets Every Business Owner Must Know to Compete Fream, best-selling cybersecurity author and creator of the Delta Method to reduce […]

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WPC 2016 Insider Perspective

WPC 2016 Day One Sold out makes a statement. Microsoft is cool again as even Facebook Likes Microsoft. Approximately 20,000 (including Microsoft employees and vendors) attended the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in […]

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Windows 10 Privacy Conspiracy

Windows 10 privacy conspiracies rank right up there with Jade Helm and the Mayan calendar. We’re being indoctrinated for martial law, doomsday has been recalculated to happen in September 2015, and Microsoft is […]

Microsoft WPC 2015

WPC 2015 Insider Perspective

American Authors brought in most mornings with songs like the “Best Day of My Life” at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Orlando this year. Along with 12,000 other brave and […]

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Confessions of a Bing User

Somewhere in the heat of the summer of 2013 I switched to using Bing for search, because the results from Google weren’t accurate. My searches in a blend of business and technology […]

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Fix Your Broken Technology Model

In 2010, the push was to remove IT conflict. Five years later, most organizations still have a terribly broken technology model. For IT, the structure is generally: Least experienced personnel start […]

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Avoid April Fools Technology Pranks

  April Fools’ Day was actually invented by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1934 to raise morale during the Great Depression. Well no, it actually wasn’t as explained in John […]