David Wozny - PKI Bloke (Retired)
Legacy (Old) IT Documents
1991 (Age 22): 'Computerisation' of Factory Stores at GEC: Report
IBM PCs running MS-DOS v3, Ashton Tate DBase III+.
1995 (Age 25): LAN Disaster Recovery Strategy
Windows NT, DAT tapes, floppy disks.
1996 (Age 26): Newsletter Contribution
I led the roll-out of 200 PCs, 150,000 files took up 5,000 MB of storage, we were networking computers so they could share data! :-)
1996 (Age 26): Moaning about Something
Hierarchial Storage Management (HSM), DAT drives, SCSI disks, RAID 5, Windows NT Advanced Server v3.1.
1996 (Age 26): Local Area Network (LAN) Strategy
UTP cabling, TCP/IP, PSTN dial-up, MegaStream, Windows NT Server v3.51, WordPerfect v5.1, Lotus 1-2-3, CorelDraw, Pascal, Fortran, 32MB RAM, 1GB disk storage.
1997 (Age 27): Tarmac IT Manager Proposal
A proposal to reorganise head office IT systems. Printers, mail, storage, archival, cabling, laptops, Schedule+, 28 KBit/s dial-up modems, 128 KBit/s ISDN.
1998 (Age 28): STORM-IT Proposal
Millennium compliance, new operating systems and software. Proposing an upgrade to Windows NT Workstation 4.0, Microsoft Office.
1998 (Age 28): Application Packaging Guidelines
Operations guide for packaging applications such as Microsoft Office, using WinInstall.
2003 (Age 33): Network Design
The design contained secure WiFi, VPNs, RSA SecurID tokens, web content blocking, etc. It was ahead of its time - for the public sector!
2005 (Age 35): PKI Demonstrator
I put together a 'virtual rig' which I used to demonstrate various PKI capabilities.