Hutchings Technology Consulting

2004 - Present Self Employed Hutchings Technology Consulting I have been doing private computer consulting for many years, helping private and business

2004 - Present Self Employed Hutchings Technology Consulting I have been doing private computer consulting for many years, helping private and business customers on my own. Doing work as a contractor for national companies like Peak System and ComWorks, Kforce. Computer bench technician, fixing and upgrading thousands of computers. I have experience in software development, OEM computer building - both enterprise level servers and consumer level. Spent many years in enterprise level technical support engineering, supporting applications and configuration on Windows OS since version 3.11, through Widows 10.Windows Server up to version 2011. I have also worked with Apple/Mac computers for many years, supporting both hardware and software. Started out programming in BASIC in 1982. I have been working with computers ever since, more than 35 years experience and over 18 of that in a professional capacity. March 2015 – February 2016 Compucom Springfield, Oregon Desktop Support Analyst/Desktop Support Technician Assignment ended 2-05-2016, Worked at Royal Caribbean, for Compucom., initially contracted through Insight Global. IT administration using: CA Technologies IT Client Management, pushing software and procedure groups to remote computers. Quest Aelita, managing active directory. Citirix App Center, managing applications and VDIs. Remedy ticketing system, managing SRM and support Incidents. Imaging, trouble shooting, rebuilding, deploying VDI and Windows based computers. May 2012 - March 2014 Symantec Springfield, Oregon Backup Operations Specialist Monitor NetBackup activity, application health, storage subsystems. Respond to restore requests NetBackup administration Troubleshoot backup failures Log support calls for product-specific issues Implement approved change requests, Assist with NetBackup upgrades in Customer environments, Interact with and escalate to remote specialists, level three and onsite resident. Worked with the newer the versions of 7.5 up through internal releases of 7.6 of NetBackup while on the job in this position. February 2008 - May 2012 Symantec Springfield, OR Technical Support Engineer I have been trained and have supported NetBackup since the 5.1 version level and have worked with every version up to 7.1.0.3. To date, in 4.5 years I have closed 1288. Considered a Tape Library and Bare Metal Restore subject matter expert. I have a total of 6 years at symantec working with all these systems, supporting NetBackup on almost all of the operating systems the program runs on:SUSE, AIX, HP-UP, Solaris, RedHat, Windows I primarily work with Windows, Solaris and RedHat. TOI's (Transfer Of Information) BMR Bare Metal Restore , EMM/Enterprise Media Manager AKA "The Catalog", NBCC NetBackup Catalog Consistency Checker, DLO Desktop Laptop Option, NDMP Network Data Management Protocol - NetApp, Data Domain (How NetBackup interacts with NDMP), VMWARE (How our agent works with and backs up virtual machines) , SLP Service Lifecycle policies, PureDisk (Have a basic understand and have worked/closed cases for this product), MSDP Media Server Duplication, Exchange Agent (How we backup Exchange servers) Kener-Tregoe Logical thought process training., MPS Reports TOI on the use of the Microsoft diagnostic tool. NetBackup 6.0 Log Analysis Instructor Led 1999 - 2003 Springfield, OR Practical Computers Inc. Senior Computer Tech Diagnosing and fixing of all types issues, Hardware, Software and Application. At Practical I worked directly with over 2700 computers fixing and building. I built 4 servers for Oregon Research Institute. I am a well trusted name for top level support in the area. My time here has only sharpened my ability as a Teacher and Hardware Tech. I often worked successfully on 8-10 computers at the same time while helping customers on the phone and in person. 1998-1999 Eugene, OR TNS Intersearch Tech Support Team Leader I trained the employees to do Tech Support and to identify problems with the Internet market research program The NetMeter . I handled the top level support and hard to deal with customers. I composed the emails about possible issues to be sent to the developers in France. With the help of my crew we identified 12 issues with the program in less than 5 months. This job was an excellent opportunity for me to refine my skills as a software developer. 1997-1998 Eugene, OR Symantec System Support Analyst (Technical Support) Diagnosing and conflict resolution of Hardware, Software and Operating Systems over the phone. I was on Priority Tech Support lines for Norton Utilities version 8.x for Windows 3.11, versions 1.x2. and 3.x for Windows95. I was also did Priority Support for WinFax Pro versions 4.x for Windows 3.11 and versions 7.x for Windows95. I was part of the Norton Utilities 3.x Development team. I am also trained to support Norton Anti Virus, Norton Crash Guard and have a large working knowledge of most Symantec products in general. Education Marshfield Sr. High, Coos Bay Or. Graduated 1986. General courses with focus in Art Education. Oregon Insurance Trainers, Eugene Or. Licensed Insurance Agent Health & Life 1994 Personal I am very adaptable and work well with others. I know the value of teamwork. I am an excellent decision-maker. I have the ability to multitask complex technical issues while remaining customer oriented. I am an Operating System, Application and Hardware specialist that can teach basic and advanced computing concepts.

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Physicists Just Achieved Quantum Teleportation Between Computer Chips for the First Time

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Senate Bill Would Ban Federal Use Of Facial Recognition Systems

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Big Tech Is Turning Hospitals Into Real-Time Surveillance Centers

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Years: What tree rings sound like played on a modified turntable.

Created by Bartholomäus Traubeck, Years is a record player that translates wood’s year rings into sound. Using a ps eye camera, the grain on the slices of wood is read and converted into music.

A tree’s year rings are analysed for their strength, thickness and rate of growth. This data serves as basis for a generative process that outputs piano music based on the year ring data. Those are analyzed for their thickness and growth rate and are then mapped to a scale which is again defined by the overall appeareance of the wood (ranging from dark to light and from strong texture to light texture). The foundation for the music is certainly found in the defined ruleset of programming and hardware setup, but the data acquired from every tree interprets this ruleset very differently.

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Scientists Achieve First Step In Creating Cyborgs

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'Unfixable' boot ROM security flaw in millions of Intel chips could spell 'utter chaos' for DRM, file encryption, etc

A case study in tyranny..
Between letting the government force manufacturers to put in "back doors".. And the insanity of Copyright crazies.. There is no security, no privacy. .

Known as the principle of "Duh"

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Special Feature: THE SAFIRE SUN

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Ruins of a 3000-year-old Armenian castle found in Lake Van – Turkey | ARCHAEOLOGY WORLD

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US: Huawei Has Secret 'Back Doors' to Telecom Networks

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Hackers can trick a Tesla into accelerating by 50 miles per hour

Idiots.. No one can low jack my 1998 car.. You trust these fools, you are a fool.. This level of tech is in the hands of idiots.. Even if the original ideas came from geniuses

technologyreview.com A two inch piece of tape fooled the Tesla’s cameras and made the car quickly and mistakenly speed up.

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It Turns Out That 5G Might Cause Cancer After All

themindunleashed.com All across the globe people—including consumers, parents, scientists, and engineers—are demanding answers about and educating others of the risks of 5G.

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Two satellites could collide over Pittsburgh Wednesday evening

Just a few minutes now..
A company in California that tracks low earth orbit satellites and debris is warning of a potential collision that could happen Wednesday evening at 6:39 p.m., 560 miles over Pittsburgh.

wsbtv.com A company in California that tracks low earth orbit satellites and debris is warning of a potential collision that could happen Wednesday evening at 6:39 p.m., 560 miles over Pittsburgh.

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7 Billion-Year-Old Stardust Is Oldest Material Found on Earth

geologyin.com Scientists recently identified the oldest material on Earth: stardust that's 7 billion years old, tucked away in a massive, rocky meteorite that struck our planet half a century ago.

Tenth Amendment Center

Amazon gives police the potential to gain unlimited access to information gathered by its popular Ring doorbell cameras. The company has partnered with around 700 police departments and provides direct access to surveillance footage through a special “Law Enforcement Neighborhood Portal,” an interactive map that allows officers to request footage directly from camera owners. According to Vox, “Ring users are not required to give video to police and their identities are kept secret, but Amazon has been coaching police on how to more successfully get video from Ring users without a warrant.”

https://blog.tenthamendmentcenter.com/2020/01/vermont-bill-would-require-warrant-to-access-amazon-ring-video-footage/

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The Belt and Road becomes World Bridge

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Opinion | Twelve Million Phones, One Dataset, Zero Privacy

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Sunriver Police Department

Some recent new information from the FBI regarding your privacy and smart devices, specifically televisions.

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Global 5G wireless deal threatens weather forecasts

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Physicists Successfully Levitate Large Objects With Sound Waves

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Patriot Act on Steroids: Surveillance State Beyond Section 215: While Constitution supporters are outraged about the latest extension of parts of the P.A.T.R.I.O.T. Act, there is much more that was permanent from day one. Everything from fusion centers and information sharing, to national security letters, TSA enhanced screening and the growth of facial recognition – all come from Patriot – and its successor.

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Cops can now get warrants for entire DNA websites: With just a single warrant, a Florida detective obtained access to the DNA profiles of more than a million people — and experts say the case sets a dangerous precedent. Ancestry.com and 23andMe are the largest consumer DNA sites, holding genetic data on 15 million and 10 million people, respectively. However, they aren’t the only DNA sites out there — a smaller service, GEDmatch, currently has about 1.3 million users, each of whom is able to search the site’s entire database.

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Is Facebook Secretly Accessing Your Camera? This Man Found a Bug - The Mac Observer

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40,000-year-old wolf's head preserved by permafrost found in Siberia

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Amazon's Ring Video Doorbell Lets Attackers Steal Your Wi-Fi Password

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