Analyzing the Collection 01 Passwords

Collection #1 Password Analysis by Eric Smith, FireOak Strategies Chief Technologist & Information Security Officer February 15, 2019 In January 2019, a massive database of email addresses and passwords was released on the internet. The collection included over 773 million unique email addresses and 21 million unique passwords, credentials that were assembled from many data…

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World Cancer Day – Open Access Research

Open Access Research for World Cancer Day By the FireOak Strategies TeamFebruary 4, 2019 February 4 is World Cancer Day each year. Join us to thank researchers and publishers for sharing their open access research and open data related to cancer research, technologies, treatments, and prevention programs.   We hope that open data and open…

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Team Collaboration Platforms Lessons Learned

Team Collaboration & Knowledge Sharing Platforms: Considerations and Lessons Learned By Abby Clobridge, FireOak Strategies Founder and Consultant February 2, 2019 Over the past few years, we’ve seen tons of collaboration and knowledge sharing platforms become popular including Slack, Facebook for Work, and Microsoft Teams. On top of those platforms, popular project management tools such…

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Knowledge Base Analytics

Knowledge Base Analytics: What Should Be Measured? By Chris Kemp,  FireOak Strategies Knowledge Management and Information Technology ConsultantJanuary 31, 2019 Imagine this scenario.  You and your team put in the sweat, from research to implementation, and you have rolled out a shiny new knowledge base to your users.  Better yet, it’s being used! Co-workers, customers,…

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What We’re Reading – January 28, 2019

What We’re Reading — January 28, 2019 We keep an eye out and share the most interesting articles, reports, and case studies FireOak topics: managing, sharing, and securing information, data, and knowledge. Here’s some of what we’ve seen and what we’re reading.  Building knowledge management (Canadian Lawyer Magazine)  “…a smaller team means you know who or…

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