Re: "Microsoft shifted 275,000 Surface Pro devices ... In contrast, the iPad Pro sold 107,000 units"
Does the MacBook work as a tablet? No I thought not. On your bike
sir Apple Fan.
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Does the MacBook work as a tablet? No I thought not. On your bike
sir Apple Fan.
But surely the truck is Automated also and will stop dead too (that 40+ Ton won't affect it at all)
Think of this more in this scenario.
Your employees have certain access to the system. One of them has had something happen they did not like and decide they want revenge. They use this process escalation attack to give them access they should not have.
(I've not had time to read the actual process yet but I assume this is what is meant. By compromised they mean access is available.)
SAP are idiots then. You can easily make a piece of software run on a single core of a multi core CPU. Also if they were doing their job right it would be an option in their software. It should even do it automatically based on the license.
I've just had Wessex installed too, down here in Dorset. Even though BT were supposed to have upgraded us 4 years ago to fibre.
Given up waiting. Pay a little more but service so far has been excellent.
Haven't we got an extra £350million a week sloshing around somewhere now...? Ahem.
No yet, we have to leave first, see icon.
Email's an obvious one (let someone like Microsoft look after it rather than giving me a pile of loud kit and temperamental software, thanks very much)
Email is interesting, especially if your in the camp with the below statement of yours.
The other category of system I'd put in the private cloud is systems whose security you really care about. If you're doing highly confidential legal work for a client, the chances are that you feel a lot safer with it in your secure data centre than in a cloud installation.
Internal email that is confidential should never touch outside servers in my opinion. And this can go for every size business that has email that should remain confidential.
Apart from that I agree with your view and it is similar to how I implement things here.
Wow just wow.
There is nothing wrong with outsourcing and cloud use. There is also still a huge advantage of having in house kit and edge devices. Darn, I wish you good luck protecting all you small devices that do not have the capacity or grunt to defend themselves when connected to the internet and not behind an edge device.
Legislation also comes into this but is not mentioned in your post. You using PostCodeAnywhere is you using a service from a third party not you using a third party to host all your information. If their service is bad (giving you the wrong info) you change to someone else. Not a problem. If a cloud service is bad, they have all your data. Even if you take it out, they have all your data. Where is this stored? Have they archived it?
Your post comes across as too rosy and that cloud can't be wrong. I have several systems here that will never go cloud based because of the information contained in them. There is no chance in hell they would go outside my edge devices. On the other hand there are systems that can and have gone. It is a balance.
You've seen the Walking Dead right?
This is how it all began ;)
We've always called it Worcester Sauce, even though it is officially Worcestershire. We live down south too.
My Wife purchased me a "No I Will Not Fix Your Computer" Tee.
When I wore it everyone was really put off asking for help anymore :)
Yes I know it is, but an Uber driver doesn't have to do any fares. So are you (and the GMB) suggesting that they want Uber drivers to be paid minimum wage directly by Uber even if they don't pick up any actual fares? They just get paid for sitting in a cafe? Of course not. They would then have to start setting out performance targets and restrictions on which fares they had to choose, restrictions on doing other jobs etc - the drivers would lose their flexibility.
I think you are confusing waiting for work as working. When you are waiting for work you are not employed. When you pick a fare from Uber that is when you are employed from until the drop-off surely?
So BT's network got you to a VPN via Sweden. Seems like it's working for you ;)
Hosted PBX's are great and I am looking at them the sites I support. These are only small sites and so can easily go talk to one another.
For big sites what issue would there be if you lost connection?
Yes, I do. It's almost enough to get satellite broadband.....
Depending on your usage I would do that as a last resort. First see if there are any WISPs in the area.
FTTC is still fibre in some manner. FTTP is a rarity outside of main English cities.
So was fibre to the Exchange before this. Still, this does not detract from the fact that you still have a DSL connection for the final leg. Copper, not fibre, now you just have a closer run of fibre. It is still not a fibre service.
"80mb fibre in Scotland"
Fibre? No, copper. They just moved the exchange closer to you. If you had fibre you could be offered far more than that 80mbps.
Ah, the cloud, wonderful, until it's not.
I've just moved our webserver to "The Cloud" will be interesting.
Looking forward to a future when every single atom will have its own IP-address,
They already do, we just cannot read them yet, although quantum science seems to be getting there from a few things I have read (and think I understand a little?)
A great read for the idea of this is Greg Bears 'Moving Mars' look it up.
How long is the life-cycle on the BI edition? Do you really need to upgrade?
I was going to say the same thing. The PC is not an obsolete concept, the idea of people buying new ones so often is due to the fact that there are no massive advances happening.
He did not say it had to be the government running it but that the network basically be separate from the mobile companies.
Ahh, not been on El'Reg for a few days and come back to this sad news.
RIP Lester, we will miss you and your articles.
This could be Rotterdam or anywhere
Liverpool or Rome
'Cause Rotterdam is anywhere
Please share I beg of you ;)
(Microsoft is the third-party, and they should not be able to deduce this information either).
Microsoft have control of the hardware. What does this mean? As every sysadmin knows it means you can get what you want if you are that way inclined. This is not only Microsoft but every cloud provider, your VM may be controlled by you but do you really know where it is? When that instance moves datacentre how did it happen so fast. What happened to the copies? Who has access to them.
These are questions I ask myself, Does anyone have the answers?
Not also that but the opportunities for cross service password checking are endless. I know many people that use the same password for many services, even against advice given.
Not much more to say but be aware of what your storing and where and how it can be held against you.
I assume with such sweeping changes the contract becomes null and void, let's hope there is a clause to extract your data.
But if you were having a double height drive, would it not be more reliable to have 2 drives configured appropriately in that space to offer better redundancy?
Hang on! You did what to his 69?
Your right about the land owners part. We have a mast on our land but still have a lot of not spots because of the topography. We also get a lot of tourists in the summer.
The single mast we have cannot cope, the networks have been approached and we have said we will do whatever they need in terms of way leaves / planning so they can put up more masts. They still came back no because all they look at is the static population.
It's implemented inadequately usually because the costs of doing it the proper way make the management baulk.
I've been doing calculations, admittedly with Azure, recently to weigh up our options. We do not have a great need for servers here. AD, SQL, Fileserver and Exchange. Just putting this into the cload works out At a minimum of twice as expensive over 5 years. That is also not counting the things that would have to stay on prem.
Our costs for on site IT personnel remain the same. You still need the 1 person that knows how it works.
The adverts are not free to you, they use your time and resources. That is the trade off though if you do not want to pay for a product. Either the consumer pays or the advertisers pay.
For example, I will try a mobile game, if I like it enough I will pay for it to get rid of any adverts. If I only like it a little I will put up with the adverts as I am using something that someone else produced and needs to be paid for.
Wow you've just given a name to what I already do at my current job. Thank!
Flagella? Just the thing for beating a dead horse...
A very, very, small horse?
I'm guessing s/he does as we do. The account is disabled until deleted. No point changing the password.
I think he was trying to diss Windows 10 even though this is the version designed to run on this type of hardware.
If some dude from off a refugee ship takes your job and your women despite barely speaking English and not knowing anybody, you have to ask yourself exactly how shit you are that they're so much better.
I think you might find the fear is more that they are willing to do the same work for less money, in some cases so much less that they are employed because of that. This is not to say they may be any less skilled but that profit is the only driving factor in a lot of businesses and if they job is getting done for less then that is the only consideration.
So losing $100 million dollars a year is all fine and dandy?
I guess it's what all these companies are doing now-a-days.
"Openreach is now poised to take the UK from a superfast to an ultrafast nation and I am confident it can achieve this as part of the BT family," he added.
Ultrafast? What's that then 2.5mbps or the 2mbps that I currently get? Perhaps they should walk before they try running.
If we are talking cars here what's wrong with storing the fuel needed in say well a tank. You know like we do with the current car tech and petrol?
Dump the oxygen to the tank and suck it back when needed.
This would obviously be a problem for something smaller but cars not a problem.
I'm not a cloud fan but isn't that the point of "the cloud" in that you don't have to worry about how it's cooled, powered, or provisioned in any way as long as the processing power is there.
But it is not just an application. They changed it to make it durable as mentioned and because of this changed the original patent in a small step as mentioned above.
I think that he means that they will hear Siri / Google respond to the command. Not that they would hear the command itself.
In this case though you may think that Siri/ Google picked up something from the surroundings. It would cause you to look at what is going on though and this could make the attacks more effective for certain scenarios. Evil marketing being one sending texts to a premium text number also (though the looking at the screen would not help this)?
It's called a solid state drive. Why is that any different than calling it a flash card or a disk drive a, well a disk drive?
Would you prefer they called it "A device for storing files in non-volatile memory chips"?
Everyone knows what a "drive" is, the explaination above but in a short format. If you like it drives file storage for the OS.
Why is a device driver called a driver?
I could go on but feel it pointless.
If you already don't trust it and you already know it's compromised and don't need the tool.
Can't they have a tool that detects all firmware bugs quite easily?
Surely this is just a case of checking a hash code or something for that firmware version and that it should match the version in Cisco's database or tool?
Are you sure it was African and not European swallows? If these swallows were laden it would have affected their airspeed would it not?
This must have been an effort on par with the building of the pyramids.
Did the swallows build the pyramids and we (as in the Egyptians) were just their slaves?
Long live our swallow overlords watching from on high.
Must stop rambling...
I read that wrong and started to mount my high horse. My horse then promptly shook me off and trampled on me to shame me.