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Oct312012

The Future, it's not for losers - ITSM Weekly the Podcast, Episode 100


The Future, it’s not for losers – ITSM Weekly the Podcast EPISODE 100

What happens when a CIO, a Service Desk Manager and an Industry Junkie Chat Weekly?!

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Guest:  Cory Doctorow 

  • Show numbers explained
  • Cory’s Google talk “Coming Civil War Over General Purpose Computers
  • Owners vs users – different needs
  • Lines are now blurred – devices in body and body in devices
  • Owners are spying on laptop renters
  • Is corporate IT now the one causing the problem?
  • Benefits to users writing their own programmes
  • The Priesthood
  • Abstinence v safety measures
  • Responsible parenting - IT must be approachable
  • Breaking point will come
  • Spying: means to unachievable end?  You can never be 100% secure
  • Privacy rights – online should be no different
  • It’s a trust thing
  • The forgotten human side
  • Types of rule-breakers – are they just trying to get the job done?
  • General purpose IT IS coming in to the body
  • Computers in the body – lawful interception is a BAD idea
  • New book Private Cinema

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