MSP Business Journal Names Greg Schulz an Eco-tech Warrior

April 10, 2009 – 8:44 pm
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In the April 10th, 2009 issue of the Minneapolis St. Paul (MSP) Business Journal, guess who was named one of three Eco-Tech Warriors? That’s right, yours truly (See the article here).


Photo by Nancy Kuehn – MSP Business Journal

What can I say, I’m flattered and appreciate the coverage. Besides seeing the finished article in the special report, the real fun was doing the photo shoot with the props including the heavy swords, those were not plastic (Hummm, Iron Chef?)!

The photo shoot with the other two "Eco-Warriors" Tom Diamond of New Boundary Technology, and Travis Pakonen of Encompass Solutions along with Nancy Kuehn our photographer as well as the artistic and project management folks from MSP Business Journal were an absolute blast to work with.

For those of you looking for policy management as well as energy management tools for desktops, workstations and PCs, checkout Tom Diamonds New Boundary Technologies and their solutions. Likewise, I hear good things from friends who have used the services of Travis Pakonen and N’Compass for their data center projects.

Ok, nuff said.

Cheers gs

Greg Schulz – Author Cloud and Virtual Data Storage Networking (CRC Press), The Green and Virtual Data Center (CRC Press) and Resilient Storage Networks (Elsevier)
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