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  • Pork Futures.

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  • Now you are just taking the bacon ;-) :-D

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  • Depends on who your audience is. We started displaying employee birthdays and accomplishments, but people complained that they didn't want birthdays shown, so we stopped.
    We then displayed some financial numbers-but senior management couldn't agree on what to show-then we displayed malware attacks, spam blocked and such but that just alarmed people.
    So we stopped. 
    Now if you're just displaying IT stuff to the IT dept, then do as you see fit. For common area stuff its more tedious.
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  • Yeah, that just sounds like a solution trying to find a problem to solve.

    As I said, we're just looking for something fun to do with a screen until we get around to building the thing it was put up there for :-)

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  • History of computers slideshow.
    Ada Lovelace, ENIAC, refrigerator-sized harddrives, etc

    That should be pretty geeky.

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  • we used to have similar when we were actually in the office.  If users see the screen, then have it rotating info, we used to put up security posters and other "training" info.  But did change the content regularly and tried to have something unusual / amusing on there to keep them looking ...

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  • Maybe put up some SLA metrics, if you have them. Otherwise you could display the unassigned ticket queue, upcoming change management tasks, or priority tasks/tickets. But if you want something else, just put the IT Crowd on a loop or your favorite IT memes in a powerpoint slide.

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  • Post your TPS report :)

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  • I agree with MCEStaff​, a slideshow of old tech/computers would be cool. Something pleasing to look at but professional too. Would fit a tech vibe as well. 

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  • Good question.

    I've been seeing some posts recently about end-users causing cyber breaches. You might want to check out our treasure trove of free resources for cybersecurity awareness. Posters, white papers and more. Here's an sample:

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  • If you don't already have one you could setup a up/down status display for servers and ISPs. 

    Extra points if you swap out the default up/down graphics with Starwars/StarTrek/Battlestar images (and of course the appropriate klaxon alarm during a downtime).

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  • A static image in large font:

    Is This Good for the COMPANY?

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  • Post pictures of people convicted for hacking and leaking/selling company data. :)

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  • if your company has social media accounts, you can link it to show the feed from Social Media accounts and/or weather, time, traffic, etc.

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  • We do an cyber attack map. People always ask what it is, it opens the door to talk about cyber security awareness. 

    and it looks cool. pew pew pew. 
    Example: https://www.fireeye.com/cyber-map/threat-map.html 

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