Iv been asked by my line manager to write a technical article each week on a IT subject iv chosen, and i`m after some suggestions as to what I can cover. I have already done DNS, DHCP, and RAID.
think thats what my managers after really pure tech stuff
Who is the target audience? Your manager? SLT? Staff? Students? Peers (i.e. your fellow EduGeeks)?
my target audiance is my line manager
But end of the day, If it's your line manager asking for this, probably best to see what kind of technologies he'd like writing about. We can suggest many, but if it's not what he's looking for, bit of a waste
Only things I'd suggest is again, things like VLANs/Subnet/IP ranges and classes/Switches/Hubs/Fibre/SCSI etc etc, again what do you currently use in your school?
a) hoping he'll take the opportunity to research something new and learn something in the process and then feed it back to the team (admittedly of two).
b) non-technical and would like to get an idea of what the OP is interested in so he can hold a decent conversation with him about it.
c) try to nudge the OP to learn new stuff
or a combination of the above. By requiring product at the end of the exercise, manager knows he's doing it.
If your line manager _is_ technical, suggest that he writes about something as well so you can contribute to each other's knowledge.
DFS (Distributed File System),
WDS (or just imaging/cloning in general),
D2D2T and other backup options,
That'll keep you busy for a few weeks!
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