I Am Steve Spritzer

Entrepreneur and IT leader living in Scottsdale, AZ

Group Policy Best Practices

Group Policy Best Practices

This is the most thorough guide to group policy best practices on the web. I understand: Group policy can get complicated, it can be complex and it can be difficult to troubleshoot when you have multiple GPOs applied across the entire domain. But here’s the kicker: Implementing group policy is actually very simple.

Google admits tracking users’ location even when setting disabled

Google admits tracking users’ location even when setting disabled | ZDNet

Phones running Android have been gathering data about a user’s location and sending it back to Google when connected to the internet, with Quartz first revealing the practice has been occurring since January 2017.

How the Truly Successful Make Time for Constant Learning

How the Truly Successful Make Time for Constant Learning

How do successful people find time to learn so much everyday? originally appeared on Quora – the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Bernie Klinder, Serial Entrepreneur, Investor, Consultant, on Quora: How do successful people find time to learn so much everyday?

Gary Vaynerchuk EPIC Self Awareness Motivational Video!

Gary Vaynerchuk EPIC Self Awareness Motivational Video!

Click “Show More” for more content!] This is Gary Vaynerchuk’s Self Awareness motivational video posted on Facebook today. I’ve uploaded it here since he did not do so on Youtube and I found that video so great!

Digital Rights Group Alleges Google Invades Student Privacy

Digital Rights Group Alleges Google Invades Student Privacy

SAN FRANCISCO (AP)–Google is being accused of invading the privacy of students using laptop computers powered by the Internet company’s Chrome operating system. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights group, depicts Google as a two-faced opportunist in a complaint filed Tuesday with the Federal Trade Commission.

Steve Jobs: don’t start a business unless there’s ‘a wrong that you want to right’

Steve Jobs: don’t start a business unless there’s ‘a wrong that you want to right’

As the funding climate in Silicon Valley cools, a lot of old-timers are looking on the bright side: at least this will wash out the startup founders who were only ever in it for the money – the “tourists” as Alfred Lin from Sequoia calls them.

Lack of Online Privacy Has Chilling Effect, U.S. Department of Commerce Says

Lack of Online Privacy Has Chilling Effect, U.S. Department of Commerce Says

The constant threat of breaches, surveillance, and online data collection stopped almost half of American households from doing business and expressing opinions online last year, according to a new survey from the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Frank Karlitschek Leaves ownCloud Inc.

big changes: I am leaving ownCloud, Inc. today

Recently I had to make one of my hardest decisions so far. Because this has an impact beyond myself I want to share this here: I am leaving ownCloud, Inc. today. But, the journey of ownCloud and Frank is not over!

JOHN MCAFEE: The NSA’s back door has given every US secret to our enemies

JOHN MCAFEE: The NSA’s back door has given every US secret to our enemies

Deng Xiaoping, in 1979 – his second year as supreme leader of China – perceived a fundamental truth that has yet to be fully grasped by most Western leaders: Software, if properly weaponized, could be far more destructive than any nuclear arsenal.

Note From the CTO- The ownCloud Vision!

Note From the CTO- The ownCloud Vision!

by Frank Karlitschek posted in General This is the first post in a regular blog series called ‘Notes from the CTO’ where I share our strategic and longer term plans for ownCloud. I’ll cover current challenges and interesting trends in the market.

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