So yeah, we need to talk about this. Not just in IT, in every industry and workplace. 1 in 10 Americans reports suffering from depression. If you have more than 10 people working in your company, there is a very, very good chance that someone there is dealing with depression, and is at risk. They, like me, need help.
As I was sitting in the airport yesterday, I started to notice the number of people complaining about various things about air travel, and thinking to myself that yes, there are plenty of things to complain about, but some of … Continued
We can’t help it. It’s in our nature to fix things that are broken. That’s what attracted us to working with technology in the first place. More than likely we started out troubleshooting, seeing how things worked and understanding what … Continued
Data Deluge: The Problem Is, You Can’t Keep Everything tags: LitSupport MM Narrow My Custodians? Why Would I Do That? tags: LitSupport MM How to Improve E-Discovery Efforts tags: LitSupport MM Customer Service and the IT Department tags: MM Tech … Continued
Didn’t get to post up my notes from Wednesday’s sessions, spending the night being treated to dinner and a show at the Bluebird Cafe instead by the fine folks at Tru Staffing. (The folks who recruited me to come to … Continued
In all of the recent discussion about creating a certification for Litigation Support professionals to measure their proficiency in working with electronic discovery, I’ve always felt a strong push against the idea, but could never really articulate what about it … Continued
Over at the eDiscovery 101 blog there’s a good response to the fact that “82 percent of employees use their personal email accounts to send large work-related files when an email attachment exceeds the size limit imposed by IT.” I … Continued