Are you free to fail?

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This one is a borrowed post that I really liked … a short article from MindPerk, an online self improvement and training library.  In connection with American Independence Day, the folks at MindPerk took the opportunity to share some [...]

Branded

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A few years ago, something happened at ITW that really made Jay and I redouble our efforts to build a company culture that would be the embodiment of a team. In 2007 we lost 3 important, longstanding ’employees’ (I use that word [...]

isn’t it time you felt safe?

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What does that mean? From day one, we’ve built our business with two things in mind; integrity and expertise.  Our goal is to be honest with everyone and remain really good at what we do.  That’s how we develop our customers’ confidence and [...]

G20: Toronto 2010

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With the world’s eyes on Toronto for the G20 Summit, many businesses are preparing for a unique challenge for their Business Continuity Plans (BCP) … government instated restricted physical access to their offices combined with [...]

10 years: What a party!

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I often tell people that IT Weapons rarely says “please” … but we are legendary for how we say “thank you”.   I think we lived up to our reputation on Wednesday. If our 10th Anniversary was any more fun … it [...]

Thanks Google!

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Just a quick piece of advice.  We use Google Alerts (amoung other utilities) to keep an eye on what Google returns for specific searches.  It’s a nice hands-off way to monitor your organization’s web presence.  The way it works is [...]