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2/6/2017
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John Klossner
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Name That Toon: Mobile (In)security

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Je6
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Je6,
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8/11/2017 | 7:19:07 AM
Mobile (In)security
"So much for outsourcing risk to the cloud."
halfspin
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3/14/2017 | 5:46:18 PM
Name That Toon
It's raining LOLcats and dogs!
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3/14/2017 | 5:21:43 PM
Indiegogo beat you to it
"Looks like the Indiegogo campaign for SELFLY is fully funded."
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3/14/2017 | 10:27:35 AM
Re: BYOD
How about... BYOD?  What?!  IT on strike!  Out for coffee..
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3/12/2017 | 8:40:59 AM
BYOD
So, how's the mobile device management roll-out going?
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3/10/2017 | 4:13:27 AM
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3/9/2017 | 1:39:43 PM
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Bill told the intern to find a smartphone that couldn't be hacked.
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3/9/2017 | 11:53:19 AM
name-that-toon
I kept telling them not to hire that engineer that used to work at the drone company.
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3/9/2017 | 10:09:41 AM
Re: 192.168.0.1
I think your comment broke their phones. Heads up!
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3/8/2017 | 3:18:57 PM
Name That Toon
Ever since Congress offered free healthcare in exchange for iPhones, everyone is handing over their phones!
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