But Where Was the Data Going?

But Where Was the Data Going?

This is a good time for all of us to reconsider how we share data, who we share it with, and the process of cleaning up after data has been transferred. MoveIT is not the only data transfer service, they’re just the one who got breached this month. Next month it could be the one we use. Take steps now to limit the damage that could be done.

Shared Links (weekly) Oct. 18, 2020

Shared Links (weekly) Oct. 18, 2020

More Questions about Ediscovery People are too Afraid to Ask

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Let’s talk about mental health in the workplace

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Preventing Employee Burnout Among Remote Workers

How to help an employee with an anxiety disorder

Always Check the Facts Before You Share the Story

Why Work From Home? There are Many Benefits, But Also Pitfalls

Why Work From Home? There are Many Benefits, But Also Pitfalls

As many of you know, when I made a job change last year most of the impetus for that change was a desire for more flexibility, especially when it came to working remotely. After 5 years of travelling around the world, followed by two plus years of working in an office, I realized that what…

Learn to Code, Unless You’re in Prison
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Learn to Code, Unless You’re in Prison

Apparently, while we are busy telling anyone and everyone who’s job is at risk due to technology to “learn to code”, if you’re in prison in certain states looking to make a better life for yourself after you get out, too bad: According to public records obtained by the Salem Reporter, the Oregon Department of Corrections has banned…

What We Could Do With Social Media – Relocate Without Disposable Relationships

What We Could Do With Social Media – Relocate Without Disposable Relationships

Now that I’m living in my 5th different state, (New York, Ohio, South Carolina, Oregon and Louisiana) I guess I could be considered a serial mover. I’ve relocated a few times in my lifetime so when I see articles like this one it catches my eye. Moving House? Don’t Treat Others as if They’re Disposable…

Linked – Australian Woman Steals 18 Bags From Airport Luggage Carousel
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Linked – Australian Woman Steals 18 Bags From Airport Luggage Carousel

Like the author, I’m surprised this doesn’t happen more often too. Victorian (and Federal) Police have arrested a 51 year old woman who lives in Kings Park, which is a suburb quite close to Melbourne’s main airport in Tullamarine. Over the course of almost a year, this woman would simply regularly go to the airport,…