6 posts • joined Wednesday 14th September 2011 17:31 GMT
what no money
it's a free market though. a CLAS contractor is likely to earn about £700 per day. They can get up to £1000. But even at around the £650 mark which is quite reasonable, then they are on £140K per year. All this for doing what you are told. Permie salaries for CLAS around the £70K mark, depending on who you work for.
Show me the IA Policy Portal, I say, and let me at it.
Cloud Audit is a step in the right direction, though the real cost of monitoring is the back-end people to investigate.
They need to incorporate GPG13 and full protective monitoring, but security needs to include the full ISO27001 scope and the cloud architecture needs to support this.
Why can't I come up with that. just brilliant.
Now all I need is an output from the box going into my DVD recorder and I'm all set up
I'll buy that one!
shurly shume mishtake
surely not? you can't sign up to something that says "i promise not to complain and if i do you can't hit me"
not even in a supremely litigious place like Tonga would they do that
be cool on the keyboard
malware infecting the firmware of a keyboard, now that would be most excellent.
Where do i sign up?
It's not really surprising
If this chappie isn't paying for the service, it's hardly surprising he doesn't get the service he wants.
but this is the nature of the "free cloud". the services that are free at the point of use come without SLAs
but a scary world ... "most crimes come from africa, therefore all africans are criminals" similar problem with home broadband email routing. oh brave new world
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