Steve Mullen has been involved in information technology for nearly 40 years. Over the past thirty-five years he has managed IT projects and programs, recently focused on managed services and IT security.

You can frequently find Steve and his wife, Karen, at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church in Damascus, MD where they are actively involved in the music program (voice and English Handbells), Social Inreach, Altar Guild, and Vestry. In 2006 Steve assumed the duties of Treasurer.

This site is on a WordPressMU site on wordpress.com.

7 comments on “About
  1. Thanks so much for the link to my blog — I see that you too share a passion for technology. (AND . . . I too am a musician (small world))

    Well keep up the hard work on your blog — it shows.

    Thanks again (^_^)

    Blake Handler
    Microsoft MVP

  2. Joe Sheets says:

    Hi Steve –

    I saw your blog while doing a Google search. Would you happen to know anyone with strong SharePoint experience and a current Top Secret clearance who would be interested in a long term contract position at a large Federal agency in Washington DC?

    We have a very interesting opening for the right person, and thank you in advance for any help you can provide.


    Joe Sheets
    Critical Skills, Inc.

  3. IT training says:

    I found your blog on google and read a few of your other posts. I just added you to my Google News Reader. Keep up the good work Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

  4. James Mangum says:

    Hi Steve,

    I’ve been following your blog since its early days (sometime during 2006) and it has been a very valuable resource to me. I am the IT Director of a small firm based in Minnesota and I’ve been able to implement and research quite a bit of topics to which I was refered from your blog.
    I guess you could consider me an apprentice, and I consider you the master.

    A good friend of mine is a publisher and I was wondering whether you would be interested in writing a technology book? You are one of the most knowledgable and smartest folks I’ve come across on the web and I think you have the skills and all it takes to become a good technology writer.

    Drop me a line if you are interested at james.mangum@gmail.com and I can provide you with more details.


    James Mangum

  5. Sam says:


    I’ve noticed that you’ve had a long history with IBM hardware. Would you happen to know of any places where I can still buy vintage IBM terminal equipment? I’m trying to track down some 3290 Display Station related gear, it’s the old plasma screen equipped terminal that can run a split screen session. I know it’s a long shot, but any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!


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