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

— September 04, 2009

Jeffrey DeSimone
IT Manager, Bristol-Myers Squibb

Since joining pharmaceutical giant Bristol-Myers Squibb in 2001, Jeffrey has been instrumental in advancing mobility across the organization, including work on the Maximo asset management and maintenance system. He currently works in the company's  R&D division in the wireless laboratory and niche computing environment. In his spare time, Jeffrey is a hiking enthusiast and has recently hiked trails in Colorado and Utah.




STRICTLY BUSINESS

Plantronics Model CS55 wireless headset

This gives me the freedom to stand up and walk around my office while on a long conference call and allows me to multitask without blasting the speakerphone.




ENTERTAINMENT

Sirius Sportster Satellite radio

On the long drive to and from work there is nothing better than the ability to listen to anything from CNN to Howard Stern, classic rock or Springsteen.




STRICTLY PERSONAL

Sony 50 inch LCD TV with surround sound system.

Nothing like a great movie and a bucket of popcorn from the comfort of your own home.




INDISPENSIBLE TRAVEL TOOL

Blackberry Storm

I finally went to a BlackBerry and it was the Storm. When it first came out, I was sold on the coverage and screen real estate. Verizon better include more software updates & WiFi capabilities on the Storm 2, or else...




ON MY DESK

Lenovo T61 laptop & Coffee Cup

(Not necessarily in this order!)  Depending on the traffic and if I got a good night's sleep, sometimes the coffee cup is the most important device on my desk. Otherwise, it's the laptop because it is my lifeline to everything!

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