Opportunity in Crisis? The pandemic offers plenty…

22. July 2020 Uncategorized 0
Opportunity in Crisis? The pandemic offers plenty…
We’re all dealing with a new normal as a result of the pandemic, forcing us to rethink and reimagine the many ways we do business. Without a doubt, this crisis has created an opportunity to transform your business while saving money. With remote workforces now the norm rather than the exception, many businesses are realizing an opportunity ...

Internet Security 2018 (The “Immune System” or Security Chastity Belt)

Internet Security 2018 (The “Immune System” or Security Chastity Belt)
Part 5: The IBM “Immune System” Approach: a Security Chastity Belt? It has been awhile — I apologize! I have been busy attaining accreditation from the world’s largest security vendor, IBM! At IBM they speak about an “immune system” approach as opposed to “layers” and it’s a remarkable difference. According to them, many companies have ...

Skyway Recommended January 6th to 12th

13. January 2014 Uncategorized 0
This week: Target Hacker Victim #s Grow; Finder’s Fee for Software Bugs?; Rogers Counting Internal Traffic Against Data Cap?; How NSA Nearly Killed the Internet; Apple, Google, Microsoft Race to Bring OS to Cars Each Monday we’ll pass on links to articles we thought were well worth reading from the previous week, for those who ...

A Telephone Man

15. September 2011 Uncategorized 0
Did you know what you wanted to be when you grew up?  I’m sure it’s different for everybody… some people finish school with a target trajectory firmly in mind. I suspect most people were like me, only knowing what they didn’t want. I kicked around Europe for a couple of years, doing odd jobs, occasionally ...

How a single blog changed photography forever

28. June 2011 Uncategorized 0
When Time needed a photo to illustrate its “New Frugality” cover story in late 2009, it purchased amateur Robert Lam’s image of a jar of change from stock-photo agency iStockphoto. The going rate for a Time cover had typically been $3,000 to $10,000. Lam was paid $31.50. Why the drop in price? Turns out there ...