The Things You’ll Find When You Google Yourself

My boss asked me today to provide a list of things I’ve done the past year for my upcoming performance review.  I typed up all I knew off the top of my head, but I decided to do a Google Search on my name to see what it comes back with.  To my surprise I found a interview that Gartner did of me a few months back in regards to virtualization and storage. What’s funny is that it feels like I did this years ago and that everything I mention is such old and outdated technology! 

Check it out for yourself, hope you enjoy it!  Here is the abstract and link to view it;

http://www.itbriefingcenter.com/programs/gartner_644_netapp.html

DataCenter Virtualization: Why You Need It and Best Practices for Success

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You will hear experts from featured analyst firm, Gartner, Inc., and industry experts from NetApp, and San Diego Data Processing Corporation discuss:

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Created on April 16, 2009 by Rick Scherer

Posted under Backup & Recovery, NetApp, Storage.

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  1. Rob Abdul
    5:19 pm on August 1st, 2009

    My name “Rob Abdul” for the last 3 years has been my brand name.

    I was so proud when my name appeared in Google’s suggestive list.

    It may not sound like much but at least 60 to 80 people goggle me a month.

    It is nice for the Ego, I must admit!

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