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Christian Anschuetz
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Contemporary, visionary leader leveraging technology to create unified, change-ready businesses.
Contemporary, visionary leader leveraging technology to create unified, change-ready businesses.

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More on the importance of employee engagement in helping to secure a firm's data.

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Can organizations better secure themselves by spending more on their people and less on technology?  I write about these thoughts on the WSJ's blog.  Read it, and then go to thecyberinterview.com to take a survey and share what you feel are the individual's responsibilities in helping to secure their firms.

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Marines...  

First off, thank you for joining this community.  I started this group thinking a few friends might join, and lo and behold, we have over 1,000 members.  Ooh freaking rah!

Now, as a Marine and member of this community, I am asking a question about what people feel are their personal responsbilities with regards to protecting their workplaces from hackers.  For this group it's an appropriate question - our mission was security.  But does this continue as we leave active duty?  If it does, do we feel that we are part of the "security apparatus" that must protect our firms from cyber evil-doers?

The survey I am running is at www.thecyberinterview.com, and if you decide to complete all the information, you have a very good chance to win a Microsoft Surface 3.

Note that I, Christian Anschuetz, am running this survey. This is not a bogus "win an iPad" scam.

Read my recent blog on the WSJ site at http://bit.ly/1LLXm6b to get the background on the premise of the survey.

Thank you Marines, and as always, Semper Fi.

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Marines...  

First off, thank you for joining this community.  I started this group thinking a few friends might join, and lo and behold, we have 3,000 members.  Ooh freaking rah!

Now, as a Marine and member of this community, I am asking a question about what people feel are their personal responsbilities with regards to protecting their workplaces from hackers.  For this group it's an appropriate question - our mission was security.  But does this continue as we leave active duty?  If it does, do we feel that we are part of the "security apparatus" that must protect our firms from cyber evil-doers?

The survey I am running is at www.thecyberinterview.com, and if you decide to complete all the information, you have a very good chance to win a Microsoft Surface 3.

Note that I, Christian Anschuetz, am running this survey. This is not a bogus "win an iPad" scam.

Read my recent blog on the WSJ site at http://bit.ly/1LLXm6b to get the background on the premise of the survey.

Thank you Marines, and as always, Semper Fi.

Throughout the world today, U.S. Marines celebrate the birth of their Corps -- the most loyal, most feared, most revered, and most professional fighting force the world has ever known.

Happy Birthday Marines!

Throughout the world today, U.S. Marines celebrate the birth of their Corps -- the most loyal, most feared, most revered, and most professional fighting force the world has ever known.

Happy Birthday Marines!

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Oracle OpenWorld Keynote on Big Data.  

Watch Mark Hurd, president of Oracle, discuss some of the paradigm shifts that will soon occur due to the Big Data phenomenon.  Or, skip to 29:25 to see him introduce a feature commercial on UL.

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ForbesBrandVoice - Five Companies Doing IT Right.  

UL is one of them.

UL transformation team is setting the example for ERP implementations.

250,000 customers. 27 countries. 20 currencies. 11 languages. 120 days. 1 Oracle.
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