There are four lessons from this retreat from a while back.
Ocean City, Maryland
Pepper started stumbling once in a while about a year or so ago. It got slowly more pronounced, and very recently it got bad enough that he could not stand at all or go to the bathroom. Regrettably all was done that could be done and we had to tell him bye. I’m pretty tough on these things, but not this time. Everyone has been wonderful and kind. Pepper, you treated us well and I hope we treated you as well. Farewell, friend.
A little salesy, but I use this product and find it very helpful whether live or virtual. I use it for brainstorming and often to run meetings. It allows me to plug in responses in the agenda in real time and makes note production easy. So, I like it.
Hybrid events have exploded in popularity over the past few years, and the trend continues. Follow the tips to prepare the future of hybrid events, and XMind is here to help.
A sentence in this article caught my eye. Ryan Kalember of ProofPoint said: “Attackers don’t hack in, they log in, and people continue to be the most critical factor in today’s cyber attacks…”
Protecting systems from bad actors is essential, but all the firewalls in the world are useless against the modern hacker who targets human weaknesses instead of digital ones.
A 2020 AARP study estimated that the US economy could lose out on nearly $4 trillion by 2050 as a result of older workers facing discrimination.
In June, the U.S. Supreme Court resolved an important issue under the Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), which has been used by companies as
As a PM, I find these reminders very helpful in the day to day work.
Every relationship has its own level of trust. Knowing where you stand can help you build trust going forward.
I’m so grateful for the greatest news that would not have made the news of our day… News that rises far above the chaos of 2020… News that really matters…
The Savior is Born
Interesting review of how Cyber Security has come into being and how it has evolved.
From phone phreaks to next generation cyberattacks
This excellent piece by Wayne Turmel contains great advice for remote project teams.
Remote project team coordinators often struggle to incorporate contractors. How do you encourage buy-in to short-term projects?
The neighbors have chickens and Brew doesn’t appreciate it.
Love Halloween with the candy and all, but the guys aren’t invited.
Naps are complicated at our house.
Pepper has to cut down on the walks…