Blogger’s Digest: October 2012

We covered some great topics last month – from hurricanes to Snuggies. Speaking of which: did anyone actually use a Snuggie to stay warm during Sandy? Here’s a look back at our October posts, in case you missed something. Click, comment, and share!

Our president, Dave Coriale, attended Dreamforce 2012, which drew 90,000 attendees – yowza! He offers 3 observations on Salesforce’s annual conference:

Speaking of presidents, Tobin Conley, a senior consultant in technology management here at DelCor, took the occasion of National Bosses Day to examine the benefits of offering thanks – or feedback to find better working ground – for bosses (and underlings) everywhere:

Hurricane Sandy got everybody’s attention this week. Most of our staff worked remotely for two days, staying off the roads to avoid hazardous driving conditions and to get out of the way of emergency crews. While the DC region was spared the worst, we did, collectively, find ourselves better prepared than in previous storms. Associations Now reported on the fallout from Hurricane Sandy and Association TRENDS shared how associations step up in the storm’s wake. On our blog, two of our network systems and support consultants examined:

The requirements for storm preparedness may be unpredictable and ever-changing, but senior consultant for network systems and support Tim O’Connell correlates the infamous sleeved blanket to IT acquisition:

And, finally, marketing manager Bill Walker offers a quick take on truly listening to your customers:

Not featured on our blog were some truly DelCorian snapshots – because we really do work hard and play hard!