Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Enterprise Infrastructure Misconfiguration

I'm currently working as an external employee in a project for a government agency that also provides the hardware I have to work with.

This Monday I stopped the time it takes from the moment I press the start button on my laptop (running Win 7) until I'm logged in and Outlook and Visual Studio are ready and I can start doing some real actual work.

The result were shocking 16 minutes (down to 10 minutes today, but still...)

Let's do some math: 220 workdays a year * 16 minutes = 58 hours wait time, or almost 1.4 workweeks of lost time.


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