This Week in Enterprise Tech 27
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Guest: Oliver Rist Evan Brown
Recorded: January 28, 2013
Published: January 28, 2013
This Week in Enterprise Tech 27:
Belkin takes over Cisco Consumer Market
- Linksys lines bought by Belkin
Court Orders & Warrants
Stored Communications Act
Electronic Communications Act
- Kim.com's new Mega file service offers private key encrypted file storage, so Mega does not have access to the data.
- PGP offer such a service.
- TNO - Trust No One policy dictates not even a trustworthy second party should be trusted.
- Your data will be compromised at some point, do your best to prevent compromises in security.
Acceptable Use Policy
- Example: http://m.thetechstop.net/aup.pdf
- Intellectual Property clauses often claim ownership of any content created by the user while at work.
- If content is created on company time and property, the company owns it.
- Not all clauses may be enforceable in court, certain provisions may be voided. Being too broad may be counter productive as parts of your contract can be voided.
- Business workplaces do not provide a reasonable expectation of privacy.
- Do not communicate with your legal counsel while at work.
- Vague language is a red flag in an AUP. Restrictions must be strictly define (ex. too much space, a virus is found are poorly outlined scenarios).
Hardware & Software Mentions
- PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) - http://www.gnupg.org/
- xPrintServer Promo Code: TWIT
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- GoToAssist Promo Code: Enterprise
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- Recorded Date: January 28, 2013
- Release Date: January 28, 2013
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