Planning a Business Trip from Milwaukee to San Francisco

Planning a Business Trip from Milwaukee to San Francisco

Panning a Business Trip to San Francisco (from Milwaukee) -Make Sure to see links at bottom for extra information Travel Options: I researched four (4) different travel options to get to San Francisco from Milwaukee and back. The 4 options that I chose to research were: Driving myself there in a car (Chevrolet Cobalt) Taking a bus ride there (Greyhound) Taking the train down to San Francisco (via Amtrak) Flying there by Airplane (American Airlines) Transportation Comparison (screenshots from asana.com) Mode of Transportation Cost (both ways approx.) Time to get there (one-way approx.) Extra Costs Car (Chevrolet Cobalt) $308.64 31 hours Tolls Bus (Greyhound) $337 64 hours and 30 minutes N/A Train (Amtrak) $362 53 hours and 10 minutes N/A Air Plane (American Airlines) $554 7 hours and 35 minutes N/A   Making the Travel Arrangements: After looking it over, it looks like I will fly there with American Airlines, it takes the quickest amount of time and that would mean I would get the most out of my trip actually in San Francisco. I would be Staying in the San Remo hotel for $556 for all the 4 nights I am planning to stay there.   The online booking services I used were: kayak.com for transportation and autoclerk.com for hotel. Hotels: hotels at google.com -link working as of 11/03/16 I used google to search which hotels in the middle class (class 3 or up) and found the San Remo. I chose this one because of its historical building and location. At the time when I looked, the hotels were all up in price, the link may show differently...
Deploy the Latest Version of iPad to Employees of Medium-Sized Company in Milwaukee

Deploy the Latest Version of iPad to Employees of Medium-Sized Company in Milwaukee

Steps to Deploy Gather Requirements for Network (site survey of what needs to be done) 57 new Apple iPad Pro Devices Maintain Existing Computer Usage 5 Wireless Access Points (in X shape/formation) Choose a Topology Extended/Expanded Star Topology Chosen Allows for large scalability Connects all devices Point to Point Wired/Wireless Connections Design the Network New Network Components will be Added onto Existing Components 5 WAPs (Wireless Access Points) will be added to accommodate the new hardware (use this link to see the specs of the WAPs that I picked out) 5 PoE (Power over Ethernet) injectors to make sure the access points work (use this link to see the specs of the PoE Injectors that I picked out) Required Apps for the iPads: Office 365 Evernote Workflow iAuditor Skitch Handoff Things GoToMeeting AirPlay 1Password Miradoor PrintCentral Pro Create a Budget (rounding up for safety) Hardware: $40,000.00 Software: $30,000.00 for the first year Purchase Needed Hardware 57 iPad Pro Devices: $599 for one 32 GB 9.7″ ($34,143 for all 57) 5 Wireless Access Points: $56.99 each ($284.95 for all 5) 5 Power over Ethernet Injectors $19.99 each ($99.95 for all 5) Purchase Needed Software Office 365: e5 business plan for $35/user/month ($23,940/year for all 57) Evernote: free Workflow: $2.99/device ($170.43 for all 57) iAuditor: free Skitch: free Handoff: free Things $19.99/device ($1139.43 for all 57) GoToMeeting: free AirPlay: (included in iOS 10) free 1Password: $9.99/device ($569.43 for all 57) Miradoor: website claims it’s free PrintCentral Pro: $7.99/device ($455.43 for all 57) Implement Network and Devices add wireless access points and power over ethernet injectors to connect wireless access points place the devices on the new...
Prepare and get Certified for COMPTIA A+ Certification in Milwaukee Area

Prepare and get Certified for COMPTIA A+ Certification in Milwaukee Area

8 Simple Steps to Get CompTIA A+ Certified: From: All In One: CompTIA A+ Certification Exam Guide, Eighth Edition and comptia.org Review the exam objectives-see what is actually on the exam (this can be found at https://certification.comptia.org/training/exam-objectives) Study for the exam-use a book (or two) and some online resources, there are many great sources out there! Maybe even take an A+ class/lab to get some hands-on experience. Practice for the exam by doing some practice tests (this can be found at https://certification.comptia.org/training/sample-questions) Purchase an exam voucher (required to take the test) at http://www.comptiastore.com/Articles.asp?ID=265&category=vouchers or at school Take the test (exam locations can be found at https://certification.comptia.org/testing/test-locations) Maintain certification and stay connected with CompTIA (https://certification.comptia.org/get-involved) Update your resume and LinkedIn profile with your new certification.   Example Practice Tests You Can Take to Boost Your Chances of Getting A+ Certified: You can always get a few sample questions from CompTIA’s Website: https://certification.comptia.org/training/sample-questions You can also choose from a whole list of A+ practice tests at examcompass.com: http://www.examcompass.com/comptia/a-plus-certification/free-a-plus-practice-tests CertBlaster® has some good practice tests, too! http://www.certblaster.com/certification-learning-resources/free-a-plus-practice-test/   What has worked for other people who recently got certified (Studying Tips)? First and foremost, be confident in yourself, but not overconfident. Please note that this exam is not just a walk in the park, it covers more than you think. “Knowing how to take apart a computer and diagnose a problem is [only] half the battle.” The main point is, you have to not only break down what you think you know, but you have to also work on what you need to know. Monroe also promotes the use of professormesser.com. -notes from Zach Monroe...