June 30, 2013  10:22 AM

Thoughts on the Human “Machine,” Multi-tasking, and Resources



Posted by: David Scott
HR, human error, human resources, human-technology weave, redundant systems, resource allocation, resource management, responsibilities

In the discussion of multi-tasking, there was a natural discussion of resources:  Time being a very important resource; People being another.

However, someone made some potent observations, essentially saying that there is no such thing as ‘multi-tasking,’ being that people are at...


May 2, 2011  10:57 AM

Data, Human Error, and an Apology [bonus: a Warning]



Posted by: David Scott
application error, content management, content security, cut-and-paste, cut-and-paste error, data breach, data security, e-mail blast, human error, MS-Outlook, MS-Windows, program error, Windows 7

 

Mistakes will happen, as we all know.

 


April 30, 2011  6:10 AM

No One Ever Talks About the Positive Aspects of Breaches…



Posted by: David Scott
data breach, data breach expense, data security, human error, social security numbers exposed, ssn exposed, susan combs, texas data breach, texas state comptroller

 

Ok, I’m being a little facetious. ...


April 29, 2011  12:04 PM

Ahhh, New York City you talk a lot; let’s have a look at ya…



Posted by: David Scott
access security, best security practice, business breach, business security plan, computer security, content management, content security, cost of data breach, cyber security, data breach, data disclosure, data exposure, data security, enterprise security, human error, New York Yankees, New York Yankees data breach, NY Yankees, NY Yankees data breach, security breach

 

(With apologies to Mick Jagger/Rolling Stones -  NYC,...


January 21, 2011  12:43 PM

107 Trillion E-mails Sent Last Year



Posted by: David Scott
acceptable use, Add new tag, blog, blog policy, blogging, blogging at work, blogs, business breach, content management, data breach, data security, e-mail policy, e-mail security, human error, pingdom, security policy, social network policy, social networking, social networking and business

 

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