Eagle Fact Thursday

Bald eagles may live 15- 30 years in the wild. The oldest known bald eagle in the wild was at least 38 years old. It was hit and killed by a car in New York in 2015. It had been banded in New York state in 1977. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services; https://www.fws.gov/midwest/eagle/Nhistory/biologue.html

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Executives: Are you doing this wrong with your data?

Jeffrey Garbus, CEO Soaring Eagle Consulting Featured on Tampa Bay Business Journal When I began writing this article, I thought to myself, “I’ve written books about this…where do I stop?” I won’t make you read a book today. I’m going to hit some highlights for executives who may spend more time running their business than […]

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Green IT

   If you are in IT one of the last things you might want to consider is how to reduce your company’s ecological footprint, but by doing an excellent job of controlling your data environment, you can help the company help the planet. You can reduce your usage of the electricity and equipment by archiving […]

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Eagle Fact Thursday

Eagles usually mate for life, choosing the tops of large trees to build nests, which they typically use and enlarge each year. Bald eagles may also have one or more alternate nests within their breeding territory. In treeless regions, they may also nest in cliffs or on the ground. The birds travel great distances but […]

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