Archive for December, 2014
“A good leader inspires other men and women with confidence. A great leader inspires them with confidence in themselves.” – Eleanor Roosevelt
Enjoy everything about the season. And don’t listen to the grouches — there’s plenty that’s worth enjoying this time of year.
“Law of Probability Dispersal: whatever it is that hits the fan won’t be evenly distributed.” – Roger Angell
The sad state of information security is morphing into the appalling state of information security. With all the money we spend on it, should we be doing better?
ManagementSpeak: We are reallocating funds on this project. Translation: You’d better be working on your resume. Had this week’s contributor not remained anonymous he might have needed a good resume.
Predictions of IT’s demise have two constants: The predictions keep on coming, and IT continues to matter. Profoundly.
“To a large degree his future is behind him.” – Snippet from a CIA performance review, reported by washingtonpost.com’s Colby Itkowitz
Rentership is a prediction, not a fact … and a questionable prediction at that.