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National Coffee Day

The Productivity Playbook

International Coffee Day

Did you know that the average American spends almost $1100 on coffee each year, according to Time Magazine? Or that scientists are turning towards coffee grounds as a new source for clean […]

Managing risk by steering clear of disorganized file shares

Your File Share is not a Dumping Ground

Managing risk by steering clear of disorganized file shares

Recently my car was broken into, which really sucked. But I’ll still admit that I’m partially to blame; as a commuter I often treat my car as a dumping ground, and am […]

Making sense of the dark data mess

File Share Lost and Found

Making sense of the dark data mess

Does your hard drive look like a lost and found bin? Mine sure does. We have all experienced the frustration of losing something in a public place. At first, you retrace your […]

The dark data conundrum explained by "The Boss"

Be “The Boss” of Dark Data

Why File Analysis Should be Music to Your Ears

The 1980s were a time for resurgence. The PC was introduced into the business world around the same time that the first domain name was registered, and electronic business spurred economic growth around the world. In the media, the vein of Americana that had been previously closed off for a decade came rushing back as Bruce Springsteen rode the momentum from Asbury Park to the universal stage.