There's no cure...
to quote Game of Thrones
517 posts • joined 3 Jul 2009
to quote Game of Thrones
And did they spend much time in the tank itself?
It's just we can't receive them.
I'm sticking with my z10 for now and I'd like to replace it with the same (OS/size/resolution/replaceable battery/build quality) but better (battery life/processor/RAM).
While not disagreeing with your sentiment, in the interest of accuracy, it requests people provide their contact lists via a web authentication with their email provider, using the APIs from MS, Google, etc. LinkedIn itself doesn't learn your password.
Yes, I love the BB10 OS after years of every flavour of android, custom ROMs and launchers...it's smooth and easy.
It's nice that they're developing Libreoffice but wait til it works for the announcements.
I've been insulting U2 since 1981 and I never really thought of them in that way.
They'll probably lease the F-35's for an annual fee and keep them in service as long as the B-52's, that'll allow the politicians to keep that promise and Lockheed Martin to make their profits.
One last Carrier will be preserved with F-35's as a museum and it's antiquated systems will be all that keep it safe from the Drone attack so that it can lead humanity to a new home...oh wait, that's just a TV programme.
He's invented a marketing term 'Toxic IT' which can underpin a business case for transferring working IT systems to a virtual environment giving work for infrastructure people, application developers doing compatibility work, hordes of test teams...
OK, you'll wind up paying more for a system i partition on an AIX server than to keep your AS/400 running and your old backup tapes won't work, plus you need to upgrade versions of every piece of software and any savings will be passed to your hosting environment and reflected (slightly) in next years contract renegotiation BUT it's in a good cause.
Next week...LIMPET IT (TM pending) when you've stuck all your old IT in VMs and now they're so non-standard that no cloud provider can host them.
They didn't go to Evil School for 7 years to be called 'Mister'
No, just making loads of money and using it all to endow scientific and humanitarian research, obviously.
"gathering dust quickly as technology marches on, when the battery falters, etc. With your Rolex, there's always another mug"
Waistcoats are essential and indeed I choose my phones on the basis that they fit into my waistcoat watch pocket or the ticket pocket on my jacket.
All good IT decisions are made over a liquid lunch, time UK Government IT policy was set the same way.
HTC isn't from THAT China.
even though I'm a Mr B. partisan my own self.
I can do that.
Already cleared by NASA for Shuttle recovery, it's stupidly long and pretty isolated (but with rail links for bringing in the heavy bits.
One up on Larry Ellison...
Because of it's swipe UI, I see the Jolla Tablet as the logical successor to my Blackberry Playbook. I am however a tragically limited market. (Parse that how you will)
Only if they can reproduce the BB10 UI
How many little Boys from Blenheim can the 1922 committee clone from that?
I assume the toil, tears & sweat will reach the podium in the near future.
As the only office suite which runs on Linux and which successfully interprets MS Word formatting, comments and changes.
And those are the risks you take coming to the decadent West.
Marvin, according to the Sirius Cybernetics Corporation.
It's a bit insensitive of you to be annoyed at people in distress. It's a cry for help really.
Where do you recover to?
How long does data recovery take?
How do your staff access?
Yes, they smell of pee too.
It's a VM so just bump up the disk allocation, migrate it to a new host, keep it running forever.
BTW: Is a VM a Device or a Node (cue Archimate digression)?
One company, one proprietary product with a high price and a steep adoption curve. I'm sure it's wonderful for those who've made the investments involved but I can't see it breaking through to every office.
Anyway, I thought Facebook users were all retired?
if they ran the whole Sony hack from the North Korean servers
OPEC are subsidising the current crash in oil prices in order to kill the fracking industry and retain their dominant market position.
Where the people are personally known to each other, able to meet and talk in person and, perhaps, not as technically savvy as El Reg readers, there's no reason there would be any online evidence.
Thanks, I have no clue what pounds, gills, furlongs translate to. In fact, I thought there only were three bears.
especially with a gun in each hand...
or indeed a bunch of US cars.
It's already illegal for them to pass on personal sensitive data without the permission of the data owner or a warrant from an Irish court (or direction from the Minister of Justice, reviewed by a judge).
Don't tell him that he's in Europe, he'll get upset.
The 1991 act refers to damage to data. Opening a social media site using a password doesn't really hit that bar, even if the 'guess' is technically assisted.
I would say this approach is limited by the lowest common denominator, usually the security and risk audit people, who take the most conservative approach to meeting decade old regulatory requirements. As with most things cloudy, SDDC is fine for Web 2.0 start-ups building to take advantage but less so for established businesses.
I think 'elderly Irishmen' should be rated.
I'll be fascinated as results emerge. This isn't sarcasm, the idiots evolve faster than the proofing and too much security effort is devoted to locking down networks rather than behaviors.
I refer my learned colleague to Rules 34 and 46.
AFAIK MS have 2 DC's in Ireland, not aware of any others in Europe but their Azure TOS say data will be held on customers primary and secondary sites _and_ a DR site, implying that is outside of EU.
I'm sure that MS have a disaster recovery image of the data in question within US jurisdiction but, of course, the court didn't ask for that.
Why wouldn't the US cooperate if, for example, China wanted to subpoena data held in a US data centre by a Chinese citizen subject to prosecution?
We've all THOUGHT about it...