The following story is all about my perspective reflection towards many of us, out there in the whole World.
Sharing one’s Ideology, Thoughts/Opinions, Suggestions, Accomplishments, Failures and Targetted Goals or even Strategies using all available resourses out there comes with a price. The price may vary based on many valueables like, who are your targetted audience, a)What do you want or don’t want from your said audience? b)Why do you think the people will agree or disagree with what you say? Among others scenarios, feels like am swimming on the open sea full of Sharks and other dangerous sea creatures, trying to cross a swollen river during a rainy season or crossing a busy super speed highways, for i fear the outcome based on the perception the audience will judge your article.
But above all i see this as a highway towards achiving the greatest heights in my life, because i know and believe challenges or obstacles are part n percel of our day to day actions or thoughts, believers and doughters, critics and praisers. But above all my believe is that 85% of my friends, colleagues will always respond and comment on the topic or subject by concouring with your assessment or purpuse and projected out come of the same, while others will assist you on the best ways, methods or proccess to take in order to to perfect your final outcome by removing the rough edges or by showing you why you should use this instead of that, for they might have noticed a weak point on your supposed final thing.
Another 5% will discredit your thesis, arguments or reasons of your sharing with various and different expressions of either not interested on what you’re upto, less bothered with the outcome or don’t care whatever the purpuse of sharing was.
The most dangerous is the remaining 10% of which will automatically disregard your shared Ideologies, Accomplishements, Suggestions or Achivement by all means available, because by doing so they are sure you’ll feel a guilty person, for not making it be the way you expected it to be or thought it will be. But what you fail to realise is their reasons of discrediting you was actually dragnet purposely meant to distruct you from achiving your goal for there own benefits, because that what they’re there for. They uses others bright minds to enrich themselves or for other reasons, which will make them get what they want to get but luck that special ingrident you poses other will use it as a weapon to prevent you from making it to the Pinacle for they’re jelousy of your God given Wisedom.
What they forget to know is that, they will accomplish there targetted mission but it will only be for a short span becuase they’re so much on cashing-in and forget they are not the only who received the info, but it was sent to 100% of peoples and atleast 70% of them read the same while 30% may have not checked it.

Therefore may it be me, you and you feel free to share what you feel is right for the rest of us to see or hear, may it be that failure you’re afraid to share because of the damages or danger it’ll do to you or close to you, may it be that knowledge you have of solving problem and making things work or that business proposation you have. Always know there are more people out there to support and help you achive than there is to discourage or arm you are.

God bless you all.

The Ups and Downs of sharing.


We Loved (and Used) Your Feedback on GoToAssist — Give Us More!

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By Jon Cho

In the past few months, we’ve been collecting your feedback and input so we can make GoToAssist better. And with your help, we’ve made a number of changes in the latest GoToAssist releases that should improve your support — and make working in our solution easier than ever.

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With our latest iOS release, we’ve used your feedback to improve mouse usability and two-finger scroll gesture support.

Think it’s just iOS we’re working on? Think again. We’ve introduced features that allow experts to help their Android mobile users as well. Now while you’re in a session with any Android device, you can click the Diagnostics button to get the mobile device’s system info, such as the model number, a list of applications, the available memory and CPU. (You can also get diagnostic info using chat commands.) You can change…

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of BYOD

All you need to Know about Bring Your Own Device “BYOD”.

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By Caerley Hill

The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend has been a popular talking point for professionals in the past few years. From blog posts to Bloomberg, it seems that BYOD is here to stay. (We may even be wearing our own devices to work in the near future.) But what are the implications of these trends for companies?

With the growth of the telework movement, the influx of device options and the availability of cloud-based solutions, BYOD is a topic that can’t be ignored in business. So we partnered with the team over at Osterman Research to take a deeper dive into the good, the bad and the (sometimes) ugly of BYOD for IT professionals. In the paper we explore the growth and implications of BYOD, outlining strategies for successfully managing these programs.

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The Good

Anytime, anywhere access – Employees who use…

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Kim Kardashian’s Engagement Ring Sells for $620K and a Lifetime of Regret


Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries’ short-lived fairytale has reached its bitter end, again.

On Tuesday, the reality star’s 20-carat diamond engagement ring was auctioned off at Christie’s in New York for $620,000, US Weekly reports. The anonymous online buyer will pay a total of $749,000 for the bling, including auction fees.

Humphries, who was married to Kardashian for a mere 72 days in 2011 before she filed for divorce, reportedly sold the ring, though Christie’s would not disclose his name. The proceeds of the sale will be donated to a charity, though one has not been named.

The ring, which was designed by family friend Lorraine Schwartz, holds a whopping 16.21-carat center diamond with 1.8-carat diamonds on each side.

Hopefully the new owner’s love story will have a happier ending.

[US Weekly]

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Top 3 Ethical Concerns Driving the Right to Be Forgotten

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Have you ever done something on the internet — such as post an inappropriate picture on Facebook or let loose a politically-charged rant on some blog — only to later regret it? Truth be told, most of us have. Naturally, our next course of action after such a revelation would be to go to where the content was shared and delete it at it’s source. “Pheww, glad that’s gone” is what we’ll think to ourselves, unwilling to accept the fact that while the content may no longer be shared as easily, it is still likely hosted on the platform’s server and accessible through other avenues.

Fortunately (or unfortunately, depending on how you view it) the concept of the right to be forgotten may help select individuals who find themselves in such circumstances. Since its  EU proposal, the right to be forgotten has caused quite a stir across the cyberethics community and will certainly…

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