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Name that Toon: Staircase to the Cloud
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mmiracle198
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2/12/2020 | 8:11:13 AM
Name that Toon; Staircase to the Cloud
The secure cloud access project budget got cut.
kmf5361
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kmf5361,
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2/11/2020 | 4:50:33 PM
Re: Name that Toon
I know Bob said he was climbing the corporate ladder, but this is ridiculous!
jduggins271
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2/11/2020 | 3:59:41 PM
Cartoon:
Management just sent up Maintenance guy, he said he was here to stop the leaks!
DavM
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DavM,
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2/9/2020 | 7:30:37 PM
Name that Toon: Staircase to the Cloud
They forgot to take it away last night after installing a covert security camera.  
DavM
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DavM,
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2/9/2020 | 7:27:37 PM
Name that Toon: Staircase to the Cloud
They forgot to take it away last night after installing a covert security camera.  
AngelVipxX
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AngelVipxX,
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2/9/2020 | 6:56:00 PM
Re: New Caption Contest!
I've heard about saving your documents in the cloud, but this is ridiculous!
DavidT30303
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2/7/2020 | 9:57:47 AM
Name that Toon
Once I get the antenna installed, then I will get all the sports channels.
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2/6/2020 | 4:33:11 PM
Re: New Caption Contest!
Audit said secure the wireless access points.  I found the ladder, I'm going to bring a lock and chain tomorrow then we can close the finding.
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2/4/2020 | 11:28:02 PM
Staircase to the Cloud
Up you go.
adoherty185
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2/4/2020 | 1:24:04 PM
Name that Toon
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