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Can you keep ahead of progress? An exclusive interview with Rick Smith of iNoc

Rick Smith, the VP of engineering and services at iNoc, doesnt have to worry about getting invited into the boardroom. As one of the companys founders, his participation in setting company direction is a given. While that might not be a strategy for every CIO or IT leader, Ricks situation represents a growing niche of IT in Wisconsin.
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Strangely enough, in a knowledge economy, building capability is as much about the work we do and the communities we participate in as it is the training we take and the formal credentials we earn. IETF and ITIL, open source and community involvement, all adds up to Rick and the iNoc staff being ready for w......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 01/19/05


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