Jonathan Eggers

Jonathan Eggers

Jonathan Eggers is a forward-thinking CIO/CTO consultant offering solutions that drive innovation and lasting success. With years of experience, I provide actionable guidance for digital transformations, process enhancements, solution design, and vendor selection. My focus? Enhancing customer satisfaction, driving revenue growth, and aligning technology with your strategic vision. Let's collaborate to make "Continuous Innovation, Lasting Success" your organization's reality.

How Businesses Get Promotions Wrong

Two businessmen stand over a business woman who appears overwhelmed - Photo by Vlada Karpovich

The idea of promotion within an organization is something that I always took for granted. Meaning, if someone worked hard and was good at their job they would be promoted and continue to be successful. I had the perspective that,…

A lot of learning going on

It’s been a few years since I updated my blog. A lot has happened since August 25, 2014. In the 4 years and 6 months since the last post I’ve moved, started a new job, and had another child. Suffice…

Export Office 365 Mailbox to PST

If you’re used to using an on premise Exchange server you’ve probably run the Export-Mailbox command to archive a mailbox now and again. Unfortunately, there is no officially supported method for exporting mailbox contents in Office 365 to PST via powershell.…

IT Infrastructure: A Business Foundation

IT infrastructure is the foundation for executing business strategy in today’s rapidly changing business world. An ill-planned, aged, or under-developed IT infrastructure will hamper a business, forcing employees to continually work harder while the business loses ground. A well designed IT infrastructure is a platform from which businesses grow…

3 Project Management Lessons to Live By

During my tenure as a project manager, I have learned many valuable lessons about managing successful projects. Some of these lessons I’ve found to apply to my life outside of projects and information technology. Here are three project management concepts…