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We had a really nice agenda worked up for this episode, but right before we hit record, Mark dropped a bomb...
Eventually, we got to the following agenda...
In the latest episode of the K12 Tech Talk Podcast, Josh, Chris, and Mark discuss various news stories including an update on the recent data breaches in Jefferson County, CO and Clark County. They also mention the Okta breach caused by an employee signing into a personal account on a business device. The hosts address an AI executive order and the appointment of Steve Smith as the new executive director of A4L. In the listener emails segment, they provide insights on Zoom's AI companion and discuss a retirement scam. The main topic revolves around a conversation on the K12SysAdmin subreddit about IT departments being responsible for non-IT tasks.
News stories mentioned in the episode:
- Databreaches.net: Read about what happened in Jefferson County, CO and Clark County
- AI executive order: Biden's focus on AI in schools
- Reddit conversation on IT departments handling non-IT tasks: K12SysAdmin subreddit discussion
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