I don’t want to post the link to this (perhaps, it was left public unintentional?) but here is what I stumbled upon recently. This is a log of production maintenance of IT systems in Perth, Western Australia (as far as I could say):
Good idea but shouldn’t companies keep this sort of information private?
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Looks like an “Enterprise 2.0” sales opportunity! :-) It certainly reads like corporate IM conversations I’ve had in the past…the only time we resorted to using “public” messaging services was when we doing maintenance on the internal IM servers.
Agreed — and I believe this is the niche that Yammer, among others, is supposed to fill.
A lot of people don’t realise the types of security issues even banal information like this can pose.
We don’t use internal IM products, but all our staff use encrypted IM clients.
Thanks all for the comments!
John, your last name read in Russian means beer brewer. Very nice! :)
All that was missing was:
“Here is SYS password, here is public facing IP address”
Oh…new use of twitter :P
@Connor :D security demystified ;)
Now that’s what is the real use of “tweeting” ;-).
@Alex Yup, my great-grandparents on both sides were Polish, so not too far away. :-) I assume yeast and hops were once a part of the family business. I intend to take up the hobby someday and live up to the name. Strictly consumer-side for now, though. :-)