39 posts • joined Thursday 21st April 2011 12:32 GMT
Re: Buy a bigger fuel pipe or a better pump
I appreciate its not the same as putting a hypervisor on a controller but I personally still think its acting as a server. The controllers are basically a server themselves and are handling the file sharing just as a virtual or physical file server would. I guess my interpretation might be off a little or I'm looking at it from too simple a view.
Generally I'm all for new ideas, it might fit someones needs, choice and flexible technology is never a bad thing. I do agree that from my perspective it doesn't fit our needs.
Buy a bigger fuel pipe or a better pump
Why not put the servers in the storage. We do it with CIFS. Rather than using a traditional file server we dish it all out direct from the NETAPP and it works well. However this is an example of a niche rather than the standard approach we use. However it shows that flexibility is really what clients need, the option to use multiple methods depending on what the requirements are at the application layer.
Development to allow faster connectivity has to be the way forward though. Until then I'll stick with throwing some flash cache at it. Or to put it another way until I can buy a bigger fuel pipe or a better pump for now I'll just stick a small amount of extra fuel in the engine bay ready for when I need it.
What About server 2012
So 8 gets the Start Menu but what about server 2012. I know people recommend Core and I use it and am happy with it where possible. So many 3rd party vendors won't support it fully were forced into the full install for most of our server estate and then get the Metro crap which has no place on a server OS.
Not the only one
Based on the title I wasn't the only one to watch the 2008 remake of Knight Rider then....
Its called the HTC One
It already integrates far too much into my HTC One. For example if I go to my Gallery I'm presented with all my friends photos like they are in my Gallery. Very annoying and tricky to remove. I'd much rather the standalone app than this rubbish that can't be removed without skills to hack apart Android. Shame on HTC's part.
Re: Film or True Story
I've watched it. Never before in movie history have so many pairs of people been lined up to be killed.
I have an odd love of poor syfy movies so you may have seen any of the following:-
Malibu Shark Attack
Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus
Mega Shark Versus Crocosaurus
Dinocroc vs. Supergator
The wierdest place is not the loft....
Its the shed.....
At least I don't have to worry about cooling in the winter either.....
So no iPhone users on here then?
Guessing due to all the negative comments for no SD or swappable battery that no one has an iPhone.
Never seen so many comments about the lack of those two features. Get over it and buy a phone that suits your needs that rather than comment in here about one that obviously doesn't.
I'm moving from a S3 to the ONE. For the first time I quite fancy form over function. The battery never bothered me as I've never swapped out the one in my S3. The Micro SD is a nice to have but I can survive without it by managing my files better. Besides my S3 only needed the Micro SD because it was a 16GB model. The larger ONE should do the job.
I'll miss my Samsung, I had the S2 and S3 but I just fancy a change due to Samsungs average design. Always ran custom ROM's like Omega or Cyanogenmod so won't miss touchwizz. Just hope the HTC gets some good devs as that side has always been lacking and I'm still not sold on Sense.
Secure room in a care home I doubt hence mentioning whole disk encrpytion. I do agree that secure rooms like those used by Military and Governemnt bodies are of a high enough standard to not require encrypytion at rest. I know, I maintain a couple of them :)
As for sending the disk off it still doesn't devoid the care home of responsibility. But yes those companies should be audited more.
See my earlier posts. Someone in the ICO should be having words with the care home.
Re: That's not the point...
I've corrected this for you
"I can understand the responsibility of the data IS with the care home." No should about it. They own the data they are responsible for its correct handling and disposal. Ignorance is not an excuse. Its not just digital stuff either.
"The ICO served Belfast Health and Social Care (BHSC) Trust with a £225,000 fine after patient and staff records left at an abandoned hospital site were photographed by trespassers and posted on the internet."
"The Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust was slapped with a £90,000 penalty after the serious breach of the Data Protection Act that saw the trust send around 45 faxes over three months to the wrong place."
Data with a classification of that level should be encrypted at rest. Stolen or not the care home own the data and as such are responsible for its safe keeping.
The Real Issue
Dodgy computer repairs, tell me something I don't know. Happens all the time.
The bigger issue in all this is the HDD with Medical Records on it. The ICO should be having words with that care home ASAP.
Re: I still don't get why this only appies to MS (@various)
Some great replies. I still don't fully get it though.
I was a hardcore FF fan for years and MS never stopped me installing it. If I wanted a new browser I simply installed it.
What about other software installed by default in Windows. Notepad, paint etc. those all have better offerings too. yet those aren't getting removed.
I just find it all a touch pointless.
I get they got sued and some lawyer agreed but I still don't fully understand the logic of the decision.
I still don't get why this only appies to MS
Hoping some intelligent Reg readers can answer a question I've always had. Why doesn't Apple have to provide choice too, rather than the rubbish called Safari?
Don't worry, hack facebooks core network and you'll only get 8!!
Say no more.
Had a go on this at the Gadget show this year. Amazing experience. Lottery win only for me though.
We have loads
We have quite a few women in our office, around 60%. In our first and second line teams there are more women than men. Oddly there are no women in the 3rd line team, simply we've never had one apply for the role when ones been available. We also have a few female programmers too.
I struggle to see the image problem these days. Back when computers were new then the engineers were no doubt 'nerds', these days though everyone understands and uses technology. In my opinion everyone who owns a smartphone, the internet, streams movies, posts on social networks is a geek, which I define to be someone who embraces and uses technology, not just supports it.
The change manager!
Re: Protected ?
Not really. It means your children’s data, or a vulnerable adult. As a parent I wouldn't want protect information leaked, would you? So it’s not secret, or top secret but the data still needs to be secure.
Out of interest do you work with information at that level or above, I'm guessing so if you're that blasé about the lower levels.
Can't see how the data is encrypted at rest when on an iDevice. Password is useless considering the root password for iOS is well known and you simply need an exploit like a jailbreak to gain the access required. Simple fact is very few mobile devices can offer the protection needed for the higher impact levels.
I've used Good for Enterprise on iDevices as it works in a sandbox of sorts and is isolated from the OS. Only blackberry have an offering that can go above protect to restricted and possibly higher. But then the Australian information levels might be different to the UKs.
News... Really..... Nothing else better happening in the world?
MS give these roadmaps to everyone in IT. I shocked this even made the news.
These aren't the droids were looking for, move along, move along.
Why bother spending money protecting an external website from D/DOS for something that only happens every now and again. Just let it get attacked and log as much information as possible for looking at later.
Re: GCHQ core
No bunker in Cheltenham. They do tours of the 'local' computer suite for family members of employee's. Elsewhere in the Uk though who knows ;) Corsham has an underground bunker that I think holds top secret info. Can't confirm if its GCHQ or Military, as I don't know. Its where Skynet lives I think. That's not a joke either, its really what the military called their satellite system.
The website will be no where near GCHQ's core networks. They'll have multiple networks for all sorts of different information levels. Physically separated too.
Any idiot can run a script. I expect you'd have to be in the building to gain access to half of GCHQ's top level networks.
Looks more like Apple locking people into the app store to me
Yet again Apple try and stop users getting their own software.
In context. MS get forced to show other browsers are available instead of IE which is built in. Yet no such change for apple/safari and when they lock the systems down more to only allowing signed or app store applications, the more they corner the market. One rule for everyone and a 'special' rule for Apple.
Lets face it does it really matter. Most people who own iPhones would have 'checked in' on facebook anyway....
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