“There is no abstract art.  You must always start with something.  Afterward you can remove all traces of reality.”
Pablo Picasso

Few months ago I started my blog on my sand box site.  I had no idea what I was going to blog about.  Today there are several incomplete draft waiting to be finished.  There are so many different topics I want to write about but publishing them on same  blogging site did not make sense.  Some segmentation was needed, therefore I have decide to publish “Kiran Vedak’s Labnotes – experiments in IT management. 

The blogs in this site will be exclusively devoted to topics in IT management.  It will be a reflection of my  last 30 + years as an IT manager.  Transitioning from an educator and research scientist has its perks.  One gets in habit of treating everything one does in to an experiment.   The outcomes of the experiments become material for classroom.  Initially the blogs will be divided in following categories:

  • IT management – topic on running effective IT department,
  • IT sourcing – art of building a harmonious ecosystem of IT consumers and providers and topic ranging cloud sourcing to crowd sourcing.
  • Cloud computing – private, public and hybrid cloud as platform for IT as a Service.
  •  New trends and tools

I have imported few of older articles to get us started.  Hope you will enjoy them and participate in the discussions on the topics covered in the blogs.

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About kvedak

Passionate about technology.

One response »

  1. Vivek Venugopalan says:

    Kiran – great to see you blogging. Got here from your tweets. Hope to see more articles from you in the future..

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