One would expect that a professional organisation would create an automated roll back procedure prior to issuing any new software. That's simply good practice.
12 posts • joined 4 Mar 2012
Re: Count on it.
"The upshot is: you must calculate the value of your data and not rely on third parties to get things right."
So one needs to implement an on premise data centre to backup the cloud?
So I need an on premise standby to cater for when the cloud, which saves me from on premise data centre, fails?
What about the environment in which the sound is being played via a loudspeaker?
Is it indoors or outdoors?
If indoors, what is the shape of the room and what materials make up the walls, floor and ceiling?
Sounds recorded for transmission, or sounds transmitted, are designed for a particular environment and deviation for this expected environment will sure cause the perceived sound to deviate from the result intended by the compiler?
In fact I believe that given reasonably well designed equipment, environment could well be a greater influence than the equipment.
Who will the record companies sue for illegal public broadcasting?
Who will pay for the end user bandwidth stolen by transmission of the illegal bandwidth?
Will a browsing session have to confirm access by FB for each session?
Please can someone explain what would be broken were Win 8 to have a Start Menu accessible via an icon on the bottom left of the desktop and start screens? If it's only aesthetics then make the button display optional.
Sinofsky has already left. Unfortunately they don't have a replacement.
Maybe a better headline would be:
Microflop fails to surface
Are the server rooms are covered by clouds
Didn't Unisys try this tactic?
Anyone remember Unisys?
Didn't Unisys do something like that?
Let sleeping Apps lie?
Apss don't have a natural way of being shut down. Right click produces no response and there are no close buttons. Apparently Microsoft feels that the apps should simply be left sleeping.
With all their files locked ...
And then what about apps that have a limited number of concurrent logins?
I guess Win8 isn't destined for the business market. I just cannot see any corporate, even Microsoft, rolling this out as it stands.
I probably should have guessed that when I saw metro. Imagine a someone capturing a 200 page document from a touch screen, or running Development Studio via a touch screen.