423 posts • joined 26 Jul 2011
That's a lot of tech staff to outsource especial for a Tech company! Beginning of the end me thinks.
All that money so little profit
So on revenue of 13 billion they made 757 million? that's about 5.8% profit
Their a web auction hosting company, how could they only make 5.8% profit? or is this some tax avoidance again
Re: How the Kessel Run was run
Its all a matter of names - The Spacetime Origami Entanglement Engine
Planning is not doing
Always found it funny how you could be arrested and jailed for planning an act.
I always believed that you where innocent until proven guilty, so with out actually committing an illegal act what is there to be guilty of.
Just to prove my point on how stupid this is - "I have created plans to take over the world but I'm not ready or cannt be bothered to intact said plans yet"
I guess I'm now a national threat to every country in the world. Just to let you know my plan heavily relies on stolen alien technology and Kittens.
Re: Skills Shortage
For some reason (in the UK) a highly skilled technical person cant possibly earn more than his manager!
Maybe missed that space can expand faster than the speed of light?
And also a hot beverage
Re: So long, and thanks...
And a decomposing sperm whale! and some hotdog satellites
Re: Evolutionary mischief
As well as crocodiles and alligators
Asteroid path adjustment project
also called "the yippie kay yay motherfucker!"
No NO, not 15 blades, you'll only have to look at the razor and instantly have the "closest shave a man can get"
Bong my phone to sync, WHY?
Explain how this is an improvement on Bluetooth syncing?
I sync my phone to my car radio. When I get in my car, should I get a call it turns off the radio and I answer the phone with a button on the steering wheel. Completely seamless after the first time, where I had to sync my phone.
Walk into my conservatory and on to the media player on my phone, press play and my music doc plays music from the speakers. completely wireless and I can do this from about 5m away not 5mm away.
If you dont like it
buy shares in the company and you then become a beneficiary of their tax avoidance.
Re: 17 billion Earth-like planets!?!
up vote for the futurama quote
The results are obvious ... Alas.
What Fat people? what if its glandular
Re: ...spend “is not proportional to its effectiveness”
would can use both awk and grep on windows - UnxUtils
Re: I disagree, it's the legs not the shoes
Re: IE6 / 7
decades old software that works better than new and would cost millions to replace.
Analysis of risk vs cost = why I'm employed
Talk about bane of my existence = f*cking legacy Java apps
Press power button ...
and hold for 10 seconds or less for instant power off!
Unless your sitting by your front door, you've got good 30 seconds before plod get you.
But then again you can still go to jail for not handing over your pass-phrase. Hidden encrypted volume inside the encrypted drive :)
Re: Government IT never ceases to underwhelm me ....
Always thought you got payed for what skills and some intrinsic value added you would bring to the company.
How far away, far far far away
((((186,000*60)*60)*24)*365)*12 = 7.0388352e+13 miles
I'll just get my coat; chat you in a bit
You need a really black ship and Disaster Area to be playing on a near by planet
"That aside, Cisco needs major acquisitions to kickstart its annual growth which has been languishing at eight per cent for two years"
So whats so bad about growing around 4% a year? their a massive multinational company.
Just because x company grows 1200% doesn't mean its comparable to 4% growth from another company.
that 4% could be $500million in revenue.
where 1200% could be $5000
Its this never ending hunt to grow 10-20% each year even when the market is saturated that it causing the economy to crash.
Re: How long before the patent...
Its such a shame that it will never open the garden gates.
Re: What about the Hawking radiators?
But what does it turn into once it decays? Maybe a mouse? oh the irony
Re: 'too sweeping', 'misleading', 'suspicious' - 'Goes much further than it need or should'
Dont bother the draft bill and Theresa May are both as moronic as each other!
Re: Pretty decent savings
Also take into account inflation and its another 3-5% each year.
Posted Friday 7th December 2012 09:46 GMT Anonymous Coward
All I can think of now is the South Park Movie and "Operation get behind the darkies"
Thats a lot of £
£5.99 * 30 million = about £179million a month in revenue
So for this deal they are spending about 8.3% of their Yearly revenue.
"Corps for media distribution really need to stop this exclusive deal crap"
At the min its Netflix or Lovefilm, Ill paying for one, but if its on the other service they should know I'm downloaded it.
If they just made their media available on all services there is greater chance people would pay for it. This business model of exclusive deals is already broken.
It always boils down to short term gain or future longevity?
Fixed that for you
People pay for THINGS that's are easily available from the internet for FREE? What madness is this?
Re: Double Fail
Don't worry on 2003 Windows Domains the Policy for complex passwords still allows Password1
Re: Prior art?
In side the minds of Apple patent trolls.
"Nothing exists until it does, and then by the act of simply existing we at Apple must have invented it!"
Re: Careful Now. Down with that Sort of Thing!
"that models released after October 31, 2012 are not affected"
This is almost as good as the BMW key coding thing and their PR response.
What it should say is "Every printer we made in the last decade is probably affected by this vulnerability"
And as Printers ..
... are trusted hosts and tend to have access to every machine that might need to print in the building.
xj-a245 casio owner
I bought one of the casio laser hybrids about a year ago. For the money the thing is fantastic!!!
Got well over 1500hrs on it and use it every day from watching the TV and Love film to Xbox and Powerpoint.
Best thing is full auto focus and x2 zoom - Have a 100" Screen from a little over 9ft.
Also has 5 year full manufacture warranty.
One word: FANTASTIC
Bollocks your organisations Domain
Re: "They even openly admin they attempted to steal their work."
And we slowly walk to a world like "minority report" where just because you might commit a crime your arrested!
Re: 9 years old
I think the commenter was going for "9 exclamation mark" not "9 factorial"
Re: What's that I hear?
And IT Security and Governance !
(the one with I told you so for data loss on the back)
Squeezy = Stable build
Could you please put bazinga at the end in future because I couldn't tell if your a ding bat or being sarcastic
Re: Computer Security - It's Not Rocket Science!
Have another up vote David
I want a
"must be a slow news day" symbol
Re: Not just video
You know they will have Patrick Stuart in their next TV ad.
We supply light speed broadband - "May it SO!"
Then end is near - as is what happens when most comets fall
I remember the days when I played Rainbow 6 Live Demo when Xbox live first came out, I'm just annoyed I didn't migrate my old xbox live account when it moved to the 360 :(
Is it only a British thing
In the UK there seems to be a Pay wall at around £45-50k where tech people don't get payed any more money.
The only way to get passed this pay wall is to become a consultant working for yourself or become a manager?
Always confused me why Managers get payed more than people who can and do add more value to the company.
Why cant a manager earn 20-30% less than the tech'ys below him?
The answer is both A & B
Re: F***ing brilliant @Ian Johnston
That's why you have a little document that informs them that they will now accept all risk for the potential damage of their exception.
Making someone sign their name on the dotted line for liability is a fantastic enlightening tool, you soon find they piss off back to their little cubical .
Technical IT Risk and Governance !
Re: iFail using LOOSER
Americans did it not once but twice!!!
We all know that David is on borrowed time.
His own party think he's wrong (how much to give Europe) and that its of such importance they can go to Oz for a ITV funded holiday.
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