As an IT professional with an extensive background in data center operations, consulting and management, Joe Anslinger brings 25 years of knowledge and experience to his role as director of infrastructure at Lieberman Technologies. His career spans business & solution development, project management, sales, and technical leadership roles which enabled client success through timely, accurate solutions, customer service, effective communication, and relationship management. He believes in a lifecycle approach to continually improving processes, systems, solutions, and delivery to those he serves.
Joe’s key strengths are his attention to detail and ability to address difficult issues effectively by creating win-win solutions.
Recent Articles by Joe
What would happen if someone at your business needed to dial 9-1-1 for any reason? How would first responders know exactly where to go to quickly assist the individual who made the call? Obviously, your business address would be a good place to start. However, if your business is in a building with multiple floors and rooms or your property covers a
Passwords are a fact of life in today’s tech-driven world. Like your house key gives you entry into your living space, passwords allow you to gain entry to the parts of your life you live online. But although you have just one house key, you probably have many, many more passwords than that – and they won’t fit on a keyring! It’s
A lot of business continuity plans have been put to the test over the past few months. Chances are, you’ve found potential weak spots in your company’s IT environment, particularly in your software and network infrastructure. Make no mistake, cybercriminals are working overtime to take advantage of vulnerabilities wherever they find them. One common vulnerability relates to passwords and employee access to
You may have heard the term, “fourth industrial revolution” to describe the current state of technological advances. No matter how you feel about this idea, it’s undeniable that we’re living in a technologically advanced world. It’s not going to slow down any time soon. Technology Trends for 2020 As we move into the second decade of the new millennium, here are some
Windows 7 will reach its end of life on January 14, 2020. If you have not made plans to upgrade to Windows 10, your time is growing very short.
An IT infrastructure assessment can help you evaluate your IT environment to determine its strengths and weaknesses, as well as aid you in budgeting for IT.
You’re onsite at a customer’s business and they have a specific challenge that your company is well-equipped to solve. How do you present your solution quickly and effectively? Your team of service technicians rotates among your customers based on availability, meaning the same customer may see several members of your staff over time. How do you make sure each service technician
Many businesses continue to use technologies well past their end-of-life dates, even though this is a dangerous practice. Be prepared and know the risks.
Microsoft will end support for Windows Server 2008 in 2020. If you don’t migrate to a new platform, your data security & industry compliance may be at risk.
Business wireless networks require more security than the average home network. If your business uses WiFi, you may be more vulnerable than you think.