The biggest threat with Obamacare was handing over SS #s to insurance companies. It's my understanding that does not happen anymore. The Government already has more info on us than we know. Someone has to have my tax returns. The Government having that information, near as I can tell, has never impinged upon my freedoms although I understand your cautionary tale. I just don't recognize it as super dangerous....although I am certain many McCarthy era victims didn't either until they were blackballed. Or interned Japanese citizens during WWII.
Like most folks, I love it when independent research and analysis confirm what I think I already know. A recent analytics report produced by Christine Cignoli of InformationWeek concludes that Managed Print Services (MPS) can help government agencies meet federal mandates and initiatives to cut waste and improve energy management. I knew it! The data for the report was collected via a survey by Informa
Does your organization support teleworking? Are you on the fence about benefits? I’m a beneficiary of flexible work options, but the company benefits from the arrangement too. I have a small cubicle and work in the office most days. However, I’m able to work from home in the afternoons. It’s a big win for me to be home when my kids get out of school. The company wins because I almost never shut down my computer until late into the evening so they end up getting more hours of work out of me thanks to the arrangement. On the flip side, I’ve also worke
Just like the ancient city of Jericho, the walls of the traditional office are crumbling down. Welcome to the world of the virtual office where the physical and the traditional 9-5 boundaries of the workday have disappeared for many workers. I can certainly say that over the past 20+ years of my career, where – when -- and how I do my job has completely transformed from office centric to anywhere, anytime and virtually always-on – in large part due to mobile devices and the cloud.
“Across all sizes of business, more and more busines
Last day of the month and it’s time for me to wrap up our deep-dive into imaging and printing security. Today I complete the series with a discussion on how to preserve integrity of print data and printed documents. If you missed the any of the rest of the series you can catch up and review the first four articles to give you a complete understanding of all the elements of print security along with strategies and solutions to secure your own print environment.
If you’re just catching up, you’ll want to review the first 4 articles:
If you’ve been following my series on how to lay a foundation for a secure print environment, you now understand that there is more to print security than most people realize. By the end of this series, you will understand all the elements of print security along with strategies and solutions to secure your own print environment.
This week I continue with part 4 in the series, taking a deep dive into maintaining compliance. If you’re just catching up, you’ll want to review the first 3 articles: