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Compliance at HP - Pretexting paranoia

Last week on CNBC and other TV news broadcasts, the accusation that Hewlett Packard used pretexting to spy on its board of directors was revealed. Because she was afraid that certain board members were leaking corporate initiatives, HP's chairwoman, Patricia Dunn, unilaterally authorized a proj...

Chicago's Wi-Fi inertia harms business

... infrastructure should be viewed as an investment rather than an expense. Recent articles by James Carlini James Carlini: Compliance at HP - pretexting paranoia James Carlini: Broadband blues: Don't fall for Lightspeed hype James Carlini: Technology cycles from advantage to necessity to di...

Wait `till next year OK for baseball, not broadband

...ames Carlini Recent articles by James Carlini James Carlini: Chicago's Wi-Fi inertia harms business James Carlini: Compliance at HP - pretexting paranoia James Carlini: Broadband blues: Don't fall for Lightspeed hype James Carlini: Technology cycles from advantage to necessity to di...

Making sure YourSpace is technologically sound

...ait `till next year OK for baseball, not broadband James Carlini: Chicago's Wi-Fi inertia harms business James Carlini: Compliance at HP - pretexting paranoia James Carlini: Broadband blues: Don't fall for Lightspeed hype James Carlini is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University. H...

Creativity, innovation extend to municipalities

...ait `till next year OK for baseball, not broadband James Carlini: Chicago's Wi-Fi inertia harms business James Carlini: Compliance at HP - pretexting paranoia James Carlini: Broadband blues: Don't fall for Lightspeed hype James Carlini is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University. H...

Obstructionists block network routing diversity

...ait `till next year OK for baseball, not broadband James Carlini: Chicago's Wi-Fi inertia harms business James Carlini: Compliance at HP - pretexting paranoia James Carlini: Broadband blues: Don't fall for Lightspeed hype James Carlini is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University. H...
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