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Name That Toon: Mobile (In)security
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dgrow336
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2/20/2017 | 11:01:07 AM
Looks like the newest release of Smart Phone is released today.
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Joe Stanganelli
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2/20/2017 | 5:27:49 AM
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"There are better ways we could have celebrated our 100,000th employee."
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2/17/2017 | 2:23:35 PM
Name that toon
So this is what happens when The Cloud goes down.
Paul Fey
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2/16/2017 | 11:42:11 AM
"The forecast called for heavy IoT."
"The forecast called for heavy IoT."
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2/15/2017 | 2:44:30 PM
Re: Check out our new caption contest!
"So when we hired him for his mobile platform background, I had no idea that meant military drones..."
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2/15/2017 | 10:35:14 AM
Re: Check out our new caption contest!
Guess the users saw the announcement of the new MDM
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2/14/2017 | 8:03:36 PM
Caption Contest
BYOD: Bring Your Own Demise. "Slowly walk away like nothing happened"
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2/14/2017 | 5:07:17 PM
BYOD
I heard that our BYOD policy was getting out of hand, but this is ridiculous!
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binaryblogger,
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2/14/2017 | 2:11:50 PM
Caption Contest
"When I said we should throw the mobile apps in the cloud I didn't think they'd take me literally. "
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2/13/2017 | 4:13:15 PM
caption contest
"Looks like the 3D printer is malfunctioning again..."
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