When I am stuck in the living nightmare that is Atlanta traffic, I usually listen to podcasts to assuage my road rage. Last month, while listening to one of my favorite podcasts, Radiolab, I found myself increasingly absorbed by an interview with a charming and spritely English doctor for his 80th birthday. This was unusual for a podcast that focused singularly on science and philosophy.
Recently, Corus360 was asked to train users at the Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta on the ins and outs of Microsoft Outlook after a recent migration from Lotus Notes. The project was a success, and our people are now back at home in Norcross, GA. The three-person team consisted of Angela Wilson, Levi Pawich, and Patrick Naegele, who were kind enough to sit down for an interview with us to share their experiences and pictures.
Everyone knows how it feels to sit in immovable traffic. Whether it be during a daily commute to and from work, leaving an event, or simply running weekend errands. One moment you are happily cruising along, and the next moment you are slowing to a crawl alongside every car on the road.