Thought-provoking Things Worth Sharing

By Mike McBride

#Blogger, techie, #ediscovery Analyst, social media enthusiast, husband, child abuse survivor (@CA_Survivor). Views are mine, no one else wants them. ;-)

#Blogger, techie, #ediscovery Analyst, social media enthusiast, husband, child abuse survivor (@CA_Survivor). Views are mine, no one else wants them. ;-)

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Thought-provoking Things Worth Sharing - Issue #39

I am working remotely this week, as in not from my own house, which is the norm. First air trip since Sept. 2019. Weird to think that when we lived here in Oregon 5 years ago, flying 150-200k miles per year was the norm for me. So much has changed in 5 years,…

 
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Thought-provoking Things Worth Sharing - Issue #38

Are you ready for the password-less future? It's among the news items in this week's newsletter, along with some posts about how much a bad manager really costs you, a look at the new Executive Mandate on cybersecurity, and the usual look at Mental Health and…

 
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Thought-provoking Things Worth Sharing - Issue #37

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #36

Happy Friday. I think this newsletter needs a better name. It's time. Anyone have a suggestion? ;-)

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #35

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #34

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #33

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #32

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #31

Links, links and more links for your reading and thinking pleasure!

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #30

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #29

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #28

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #27

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #26

Hello again! Have you considered the possibility that we should be training users to think twice before clicking on a shared file in Teams? The final item in today's newsletter might interest you. Seems that hackers are getting credentials to login to Teams a…

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #25

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #24

So are IT folks successfully phished more often because they get targeted more often, or because they get a little cocky about their skills? Maybe both? It's interesting to consider as part of your security training though. That, and a whole bunch more links …

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #23

Yes, we are starting out this week with a bunch of links about workplace culture, because it's been in the news a lot. The "Great Resignation" has an awful lot to do with poor cultures, as people choose to work for organizations that fit with what they want w…

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #22

What do you think about a 4-day work week? Could we eliminate a lot of the "busy" work and extra meetings and get the same amount of work done in 32 hours instead of 40? I think we could, but we need to change the culture of "always available" in many industr…

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #21

Happy Friday! This week I'm highlighting a couple of things right here at the top because they are that important. First, a great TedTalk about the cult of being busy. Then, I also wanted to make sure you saw Craig Ball's offer of a free download of his workb…

 
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Mike McBride on Tech, eDiscovery and Mental Health - Issue #20

Happy Friday! Would you do me a favor? If you see something interesting in this newsletter, pass it on to someone. Knowledge is better when it's shared. Thanks and have a great weekend!