It is easy to get lost in the depths of Marquette Plaza. The lower levels are a maze of nondescript, unpainted walls and barely marked doors. Take a wrong turn on your way to the bathroom and you could end up in a dimly lit empty corridor, where the quiet squeak of your shoes against the smooth concrete floor is all you hear.
There are no chairs for the children to sit on. There are no tables for the children to work on. The floor is a smooth, gray cement with a ragged carpet that covers a portion of the floor. There are book shelves. For the most part though, they hold dust—save for one book.
Employees are bringing more and more personal phones and tablets in the workplace, and usually under the IT department's radar.
There's a lot of confusion these days when it comes to the cloud. Public? Private? Hybrid?