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September 30, 2010  9:38 AM

Budget Cuts Impacting Cybersecurity



Posted by: David Scott
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It’s being reported that state budgets, increasingly in the red, are impacting cybersecurity – and not in a good way, as you may have...

September 10, 2010  12:27 PM

Check Your Acceptable Use Policy – Is This Missing?



Posted by: David Scott
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In reviewing some Acceptable Use policies, I’ve noticed the usual cautions about adherence to authorized access, the caveats about protecting your ID...


July 12, 2010  9:17 AM

Business Communication in the Electronic Age



Posted by: David Scott
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Communication has suffered in the...


June 24, 2010  1:49 PM

Enterprise IT: Users Re-define “Workaround” in Using Unsupported and Disallowed Devices, Apps



Posted by: David Scott
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 On June 24th, Cisco released survey results regarding use of social networking sites and the use of personal devices in the workplace.  (Conducted by InsightExpress).

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June 20, 2010  1:24 PM

Social Networking and the Workplace



Posted by: David Scott
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  Increasingly I see articles about “young” employees lobbying managers and senior executives about using social networking sites for work-related activity. These sites generally comprise (perhaps compromise?) a mash of party pics, all manner of stream-of-consciousness...


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