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Name that Toon: Risky Business
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emallove
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emallove,
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10/12/2018 | 3:15:28 PM
Workplace Ergonomics
"Yoga ball chairs, stand-up desks, treadmill offices. Have workplace ergonomics gone too far?"
xaviernj
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xaviernj,
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10/12/2018 | 10:05:34 AM
Caption contest
This new three factor authentication is noooott easy.
ianrod
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ianrod,
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10/12/2018 | 8:34:56 AM
Name that Toon
Once again, IT was left to hang out and dry.
Blaze007
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Blaze007,
User Rank: Strategist
10/11/2018 | 3:20:34 PM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
An exemplary role model for his co-workers, Bob considers all perspectives when performing a thorough risk analysis.
rdmcmath
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rdmcmath,
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10/11/2018 | 1:37:51 PM
Cartoon caption
"He must have fallen for the latest phishing bait."
FIREarly
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FIREarly,
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10/11/2018 | 10:54:11 AM
Cartoon Caption
The Houdini hack will get me out of this!
cjonesv2s
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cjonesv2s,
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10/10/2018 | 2:31:48 PM
Cartoon Caption
He's managed to turn the computing world upsidedown!
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anotherphase,
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10/9/2018 | 11:35:49 PM
"He is determined not to make himself a low-hanging fruit for hackers."

"He is determined not to make himself a low-hanging fruit for hackers."

Coolster65
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Coolster65,
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10/8/2018 | 11:38:08 AM
Name that Toon: Risky Business
That's not what they mean by "Agile DevOps" Bart ... 
CaptionCurator
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CaptionCurator,
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10/5/2018 | 5:23:21 PM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
Bob thinks the CIO's statement to "tie up security holes" was taken a little too far.
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