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Jan. 12, 2022, 11:45 p.m. | /u/HorseWithNoUsername1

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What are your thoughts on having an IT department's office space, in a building that's open to the public? Not public per se, but authorized visitors. We're in the same building where new hires are screened, trained, receive ID cards and get their initial onboarding. It's quite common to see unbadged people all the time wandering the halls of our building. The building has no physical security or receptionist type of person to greet visitors. Anyone can park their …

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