Show & Tell: The Gadgets I Can't Live Without - November 2009

— November 06, 2009

Greg Lush
VP/CIO, THE LINC GROUP

Greg Lush leads several shared corporate service functions for The Linc Group, a provider of integrated facilities management, HVAC and building systems services, lighting and electrical solutions, and other support serving 37,000 commercial, government, and residential clients worldwide. One of the principal driving forces in Greg' professional life is the desire to have every employee know they are making a difference. To that end he has developed programs such as the Collaborative Service Management Framework and deployed robust mobile workforce tools.

 

STRICTLY PERSONAL
Great way to disconnect while riding my bike and think about nothing except the music...
 

 
ON MY DESK
In an environment where individuals are everywhere, the video camera connected to instant messaging tools really helps maintain and enhance relationships and interactions.
 

 
OLD FAVORITE
HTC 6700 Pocket PC
Although the hardware is changed often, the actual use of this device has been a constant for many years.  I keep trying to replace it; however, the convenience of a pocket device is hard to beat!


 
STRICTLY BUSINESS
These devices allow you to stay connected to robust systems instead of just Email and messenger as delivered on pocket PC devices.
 

 
INDISPENSIBLE TRAVEL TOOL
The ability to stay connected, all of the time, is very important to me. It is amazing what can be accomplished in five minutes here and there while traveling.
 

 
ENTERTAINMENT
I am constantly surrounded and engaged in devices and computers thus when I am seeking entertainment it generally involves things which are totally non-tech.

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