Why startups are all going iPhone-first There’s been a number of articles over the last year that reiterate a simple fact: The best new apps are all going iPhone-first. Here’s three popular articles on this topic over the last few months: iOS First. Android Much, Much Later (Aug 2014) The Fallacy of Android-First (Apr 2014) Why Android First is a Myth (Oct […]
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Sysadmin Posters from the 1980s
Redditor evandena discovered these posters related to data protection in the workplace.
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One of the biggest changes to our work lives is that we now control much of our own technology.
With our tablets, smartphones and cloud services, if we need an app, we get it ourselves.
This is drastically different than the way work tech used to be: bought by IT, set up by IT, issued by IT and controlled by IT. You didn’t like what you were given? Oh well.
Interestingly, this has created problems for IT professionals, who are still on the hook, often legally, for making sure that all tech is properly paid for and no sensitive corporate secrets are leaked, lost or hacked.
The apps that employees bring in has been dubbed "shadow IT." A company called Skyhigh Networks helps IT departments discover these apps to make sure they are licensed properly and secure.
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We’ve all been in an argument and said things we regret. If you’re prone to this, consider emailing your spouse or partner.
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That feeling of having your butt grabbed by a ghost isn’t an isolated stigma. Everyone is getting ghost-fondled.
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Tor director suspects NSA and GCHQ agents are anonymously tipping off the company about vulnerabilities — NSA and GCHQ agents ‘leak Tor bugs’ alleges developer — Andrew Lewman: “The fact that we take a completely anonymous bug report allows them to report to us safely”
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Starbucks is known for lots of things: great coffee, friendly baristas, and a near-complete takeover of practically every street corner in America. Did you know it’s also known for it’s killer social media strategy? It’s true! Take a look at some of these stats!
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