Mark East: The Visualizer
Mark spends his time taking concepts and ideas and turning them into visual reality. He brings 16 years of expertise in brand and corporate identities, web design, advertisements and sales collateral for professional services, high-tech industries and promotional events. He has worked with everyone from P. Diddy to a gypsy jazz guitarist. In his spare time he is chasing around his son introducing him to 80's movies (Star Wars and Gremlins are his favorites) and doing home improvement projects with his wonderful wife.
5. Its light policing usage promotes negative acts.
It has been observed that providing users with internet connectivity has fostered undesirable behavior among them. Considering that the web is a minefield of distractions—online games, humor sites and even porn sites—workers could be tempted during their work hours. The huge network of machines could also encourage them to engage in illicit practices, such as instant messaging and file sharing, instead of working on work-related matters. While many organizations draw up certain policies on this, they have proven difficult to enforce and even engendered resentment from employees.