Usually, technology and convergence of digital devices are wonderful things. But when a Best Buy Geek Squad employee abuses technology to *allegedly* use his cell phone to video record a female customer showering in their own home, that’s disgusting. Just imagine if that was your wife or sister – it’s unbelievable!
Best Buy does background & credit history checks before they hire people. Yet with over 90,000 employees, there are obviously some rotten apples in the bunch. How many other bad apples are out there (at GS & other companies). Have you done background checks on your employees?
I’ve got to wonder what the backlash and ramifications for everyone in the SMB market will be. It seems like industry regulations for IT can’t be far behind.
One thing is for sure, this dude will never be a “Sleeper“, and that’s a good thing.
(I use the word ‘allegedly’ for legal purposes.)
Back in January at the EVO Launch in Louisville I met a ton of new people. One of them was Erik Eckel from Computer Troubleshooters (super-nice guy!)
Erik recently had an article published on TechRepublic (April 6, 2007) that I’d like to share with everyone who works in smaller Windows networks that include Macs.
This article provides step-by-step instructions on how to add Macs to a Windows Vista Workgroup. This article is a great reference with screen shots, and it’s well worth reading and bookmarking. Saving it as a PDF is probably a good idea too, and you can do that right from the TechRepublic site.
When I met Erik, I had no idea just how prolific a writer he really is. You can check out Erik’s bio and other articles (over 300 of them) on TechRepublic here.
Nicely done Erik!
P.S. He’s also got an article on how to add Windows Vista machines into a Mac network.