While companies are focusing on potential security risks associated with mobile e-mail access there is a much greater issue . . . proper business protocol

NOTE: The following post is from today’s Remarkable Leader Blog by Roz Usheroff. Email is valuable, if only because so many of us have the habit of being indiscrete both in form and style. Rather than letting corporate secrets out the bag, I suspect that email management and security is more to do with ensuring … Continue reading

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PI Social Media Network Tackles Diverse Issues through Blogs, Radio and Internet TV Shows

Like the ripple effect that occurs when you drop a pebble in the middle of a still water pond, the PI Social Media Network has grown from a single blog focusing on procurement in 2007 to 13 blogs, 4 radio shows and 1 fledgling Internet TV channel today. The obvious question, besides how I find … Continue reading

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According to 24/7 Wall Street we will be saying goodbye to these ten familiar brands in 2012 . . . Here are my choices of brands that should be getting the boot!

I love this time of year for many reasons . . . decorating the tree, turkey with stuffing, the smiling faces of anticipation of our 4 kids on Christmas Eve . . . and the fact that as the holiday season fast approaches we all tend to dawn our prognosticative hats in an effort to … Continue reading

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Celebrity CEO Series: John Little and Portal Software proves that you don’t have to make money to make money

Besides, $220 million is quite a premium for a company that lost $75 million last year, said Patrick Kelly, partner and founder of analyst firm OSS Observer. In fact, Portal hasn’t had a profitable year from a revenue standpoint since its very successful initial public offering in May 1999. from the April 13th, 2006 Connected … Continue reading

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With sensational headlines and shocking revelations are we missing the bigger tragedy of the Penn State scandal?

During this past weekend’s Special Edition of BTW! on Blog Talk Radio, in which I welcomed to the show renown sports psychologist Dr. Jack Singer and the National Post’s Managing Editor Jonathan Kay, an amazing revelation came to light that while maybe not surprising has perhaps been lost amidst the scandalous headlines regarding former Nittany Lion defensive … Continue reading

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Are adolescent sports and community-based organizations the harvesting grounds for paedophiles, and why one reader believes that there is a special place in hell for Joe Paterno

Thank you for your comment Ron. The results of a UK study will certainly not make you feel any better in that the study found that 52% of children were sexually abused in community-based organisations. These included sports and voluntary groups and also private tuition classes. According to the study’s author, Bernard Gallagher, from the … Continue reading

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Is Paterno as guilty as Sandusky? What may have really happened to an honourable man caught up in a predator’s web

“Evil prospers when good men do nothing” . . .  Edmund Burke In cases of child abuse where one parent remains willingly oblivious to the heinous acts of the other, I have always considered such silence to be every bit as damnable as the actions of the one perpetrating the crime.  It is as if … Continue reading

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The pendulum of greed in the markets swings both ways as demonstrated by employee reaction to Zynga management’s share recall

I have to tell you that what stood out for me far more than cnet Don Reisinger’s November 10th article “Zynga to employees: Give back our stock or you’ll be fired,” was the comments it inspired and in particular the level of acrimony that manifested itself in statements such as the following: “What would be worth the … Continue reading

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Dr. Jack Singer weighs in on Nittany Lion Scandal that rocks Penn State University

The following is a guest post by famed sports psychologist Dr. Jack Singer who earlier this month was a guest on the PI Window on Blog Talk Radio in a segment titled “The Psychology of Professional Athletes,” providing his take on the sexual abuse scandal involving former Penn State Nittany Lion defensive coordinator Gerald Sandusky. What … Continue reading

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Remembering Denai Vaughn . . . One of my Five People I Look Forward to Meeting in Heaven

I have always put my heart and soul in to every post that I write, as I believe that this is the best way to demonstrate my appreciation to you my reader who out of the vastness that is the Internet have either by chance or choice (or perhaps a little of both), deemed my … Continue reading

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