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This is everything from the front two pockets of my backpack. Some of it has been there for years. Books (paper and Power-) are omitted.
Home Office Setup
Image by Andrew Connell
My home office setup. On the desk is my primary machine, Dell Latitude D820 (2Ghz Centrino Duo, 4GB, 80GB SATA 7200RPM HDD, 2nd modular 7200RPM IDE / DVD+-DL), beautiful Viewsonic VA1912wb 21" widescreen, Uniden wireless phones, Treo 700wx, Zune, wireless USB mouse, two WD 5400 RPM USB drives, and my MSFT Wireless Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000. In the desk is my switch for this side of my network, Vonage router, and old skool KVM). On the stand is my all-in-one scanner/printer/copier Epson CX4200 and franken-server running Win2003 Server x64, AD, SQL2005 x64, Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 x64, VMWare Server 1.0.3 and SubVersion (AMD 3800, dual core 2Ghz x64, 4GB, two mirrored 250GB 7200RPM SATA drives for OS & data, one WD Raptor 150GB 10,000RPM for virtual machines) and two battery backups (server getting a 1hr one, the desk stuff getting a 15m one) under the stand. Behind the camera is where the DSL modem, router, and "home" PC is located.
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Business Minister Mark Prisk with David Sadler of Steatite – a leading supplier of specialist battery packs, industrial computer hardware and rugged notebooks for use in highly demanding, mission-critical environments.
Part of a showcase at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, to highlight the design and manufacturing excellence of the British security industry.
The global security market is expanding at an annual rate of around five per cent, and UK companies, with £1.51 billion worth of exports in 2009/10 are well placed to take advantage of the growing opportunities