Re: Get into VOIP
"As above - use Lync - then you have end to end TLS encryption too."
Except when you break out onto PSTN
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"As above - use Lync - then you have end to end TLS encryption too."
Except when you break out onto PSTN
The difference between the stock market and Kickstarter is over a long period you will get a decent return on investment, whereas kickstarter you just seem to get a load of 1st gen beta products in gold with a pretty certificate.
I understand why people get behind a project because they really want to see the product, just don't complaign when they crash and burn.
You keep your bloody protein cycle rubbish, I'm part of the carbon cycle and if you don't like it....outside, NOW
Just to provide balance (from an atheist).
In terms of mathematics and science, Islam was WAY ahead of it's Christian counterparts, so we came along and burned all the books and killed / subduded anyone that didn't believe the earth was flat, the sun revolved around the earth and that God created and ran everything.
Islam, if anything, has come more like Christianity of old...and BTW it's a relevantly new change of direction.
Once that annoying trouble maker is out of the way, we can get on with selling some more jets and arms to them.
No joke icon, it's no joke.
People at home using devices hooked up to their own wifi, rather than cell data use less.
Businesses with lots of mobiles / tablets / visotors, most likely not connected to corporate network use the most.
or they could just, you know, license it?
No problem, need about £2million quid to do that to replace with an MS system.
And if you can match reliability...one device 753 days uptime so far, another 4 devices 689 days uptime.
Hi, you again?
There is no reason to have Java installed on any computer, for any reason.
Cool, come and administer about 80% of my hardware without it. Good luck.
"...it's possible to put executables onto Blu-Ray disks and to make those disks run automatically on startup even when Windows is set to stop that outcome"
"Tomkinson recommends .....prevent discs from auto-playing and accessing the internet"
For starters they only measure systems that visit websites. So any pc not connected to the web is not counted.
But his is pretty good at summing it up:
...is you can't rely on these stats.
Interesting, I stream music on a 40 mile trip with no issues. Granted it's Nokia's app, not local radio, half of whom seemed to be still stuck using flash, but for me, streaming is no issue.
Never have an issue with IE and of course, you could always use Opera, if it was that big a deal.
So I'm happy to recommend one to people.
In a statement it said: "At TalkTalk we take our customers' security very seriously.... ZZzzzzzzzzzz
Sorry, zoned out heard it so many times....
"Introducing a means of authorising access to television services would solve the criminalisation issue associated with non-payment of the television licence"
That has bugger all to do with how it is paid for, it is simply how we CHOOSE to collect no payment.
There is NO reason why it couldn't be a civil issue, the authorities simply choose to make it a criminal issue.
So do not say X will fix Y. Simply changing the offence could wipe that out in seconds with out ANY change to the license fee.
is there is no dammed consistency.
What may work on a Samsung S3, may not work on a S4, but may sort of work on M8 with a bit of effort, but will break after 10 mins on a Z3 before bombing out, but on a Z1 a section will work, but not another bit.
You may of never heard of Zoella, so let me link this:
"....we can exclusively reveal that the Zoella brand has made an estimated £10,642 a day these past 12 months."
"And after pulling in 264 million views since February last year, that equates to £170,553 in video ads alone."
Wish I wasn't making money from YouTube as much as she isn't.
Take a look at the Daily Mail sometime, you will find that twitter is the route of all evil, it does nothing other than sending pictures of naked people to kids and is doing nothing to stop teenage girls following jihadi's. It's also on a rampage about encrypted messages allowing people to talk to each other in private.
It see's no irony about it constantly bitching how MI5 and the Police "hacked" into journalists voicemails and phones.
"Samsung is aware that some consumers have reported challenges ...."
Problem, the word is problem, not challenge.
but those flaws then often go on to compromise the underlying OS.
It's Uncle Fester!
Ok lets flip this (being devils advocate here)
I am Mr Fred Smith, I have a designed Cold Fusion system. It will cost £1 million to make the 1st one. Being sensible, I've set a patent in place.
Now Pear Industries are sniffing around and start to copy my idea. They have £1 billion in the bank and an army of lawyers.
They are offering me £50 for the patent.
Patent Trolls Inc are offering me £100 million for the patent so they can profit from licensing it onwards. They also have a huge cash flow and a team if lawyers.
a) try and fight Pear industries, knowing it will bankrupt me and I'll end up with nothing.
b) Sell to Patent trolls inc?
Why should I lose out?
I believe it should be reformed, but it's not as black and white as Apple make out (and don't think it's for our benefit). Be careful what you wish for,
The much "hated" MPEG-LA are a perfect example. They make NOTHING, but the dozens of companies it licenses on behalf of certainly do and invest a huge a lot of money in the technologies,
Just be careful what you wish for.
"According to a report in Reuters, Apple suggested the outcome was another reason for reform of the patent system, which would curb litigation by companies that do not make products themselves, such as Smartflash."
So OK to patent slide to lock, but not to design a complete CPU architecture (ARM)?
"I predict another Google service that will be retired in a couple of years."
I predict another Google service that will be forced on people in a couple of years, even if they don't want it.
All fabbed in Taiwan!
99 per cent of our found/removed links are about people that steal music and make moneys illegally,....
So one 1 percent you normally accuse and force take downs for are innocent of anything then?
"It usually means that your telephony connection to the desk is via TCP/IP, but it could also refer to inter site connections via VOIP."
Think you'll find most use UDP, not TCP; after all, no point retransmitting voice traffic.
"We down't get zero downtime from our VOIP system even staying at the same premises."
Nope, but you should be getting 5 9's. If not, why not?
If you are buying VoIP only to save money, then please don't bitch about call quality.
It costs a fair bit of money to set it up properly (decent network links with redundant routes, fully manage switches, decent speed routers, monitoring etc).
You will get savings, but it's not a simple as, ok we have a network, lets swap all our ISDN's, because without the backbone, you will hit all sorts of issues.
However once done, and done properly, then the savings can rack up, especially if you are bouncing calls around the world, consolidating offices and doing follow the sun support.
Flexibility is it's primary beauty, cost saving come after the investment. If you are suffering drop outs and sounding like Darlek's, then you need to address you network.
No point, as here they use chuck away mobiles or spoofed CLI's
PowerSpy pulls signal strength, voltage, current, GPS coordinates, .........
Well, I would think if you have GPS co-ordinates, then all the other stuff is just padding.
...that a species that has spent most of it's existence on this plant, first fighting over food, then lots of land, then regions, then countries, will suddenly;y decide that it's no longer worth fighting over planets?
Oh look Planet Y has more fuel / food than us and we want some. Lets take it.
Are you implying a simple mail form would be better than a mailto link?
My god is it any Suprise IT people get such a bad name.
"And while I'm at it, how is the ability to get 90Mbps going to kill off standard fixed cable 1000Mbps?"
That's right because everyone in the world has Cat5e / 6 installed into every room in their house.
“In those high quality video applications our smart antenna system is the difference between the 70Mbps real world Wi-Fi performance in 90 per cent of a household and achieving the high 90Mbps
Not the words "real world" and 90% of a household.
Granted this is most likely US houses that are made of cardboard and sticks.
Not sure if you are being sarcastic of not, but you still carve the pieces. Many are laser cut these days, but some still do it all by hand.
Agree with above. If you have a engineer in the field and you have to recall him because his laptop fell off the van seat, then that could cost you a lot more than the expense of the laptop.
but that freezer bit...
A freezer should be around the -18 mark, yet it's rated at "only" -10....was there bit of sales fluffing going on perhaps?
Always liked the Panasonic's, they can take a decent kicking.
I just did a Server 2008 R2 Update. 66Mb download and somehow more than 1Gb of disk space disappeared.
Clean up tmp files and hotfix uninstallers, then you'll be sorted.
the 635 also has 512mb with 8gb, so can't be that. The only difference I know of between 630 and 635 is it's 4G
Can I suggest not using EU servers as offer very little protection (remember Ireland / MS debacle), I'd recommend looking a Swiss host, they have massively superior data protection.
Have a look at
Maybe they don't like the idea of Cyanogen being funded by Microsoft?
A "pocket sized "2m x1m screen...Samsung are releasing it next year, Apple 3 years later.
...was it also called something else? Or is my memory finally giving up on me.
So not like these then?
Except all of the train companies mentioned only operate short distance commuter lines into London?
Kidderminster > Birmingham > London
Stratford Upon Avon > Warwick > London
I saw an article in the newspaper, by the council about a certain scheme they are running.
Can I find it on the website?
...they are free to install any other data slurping app, you know the flashlight app that needs an internet connection, access to your contacts and to read text messages and phone info.
Yes, "popped" the trunk / hood / bonnet / boot /cherry
All new terminology, not been used anyway before.
This may help.
You may want to get out a little more.
"Didn't Ballmer himself state that from Vista forward, " the entire codebase of Windows has been rewritten from the ground up!""
The only instance in Google for that quote you used is your post. Unless you don't know what quote marks are for of course.