16 posts • joined 2 Apr 2012
Re: Insert free advert for Trend Micro ..
Happy to see it if it is providing truly useful information to the community....
Re: I suppose
"4. Anyone opening an e.mail attatchment is set on fire."
Surely you fire the email admins for letting the attachment through with out running through a sandbox first?
Re: From now on, I'll be referring to this debacle as...
It is difficult to complete "due diligence" on a company that you ended up with because they brought out the original company you signed the contract with. 2e2 were growing by acquiring great companies with great reputations, someone you would happily sign a contract with, unfortunately they were paying top dollar and financing it with debt.
The only option you would have had would be not to sign a deal with a "great small" company, doing good stuff, but at the risk it might be acquired and gone with one of the big boys like "2e2", oh hang on.....
Go easy on them......
Go easy on them, they are only a small fry compared to the McAfee's, Symantec's and Trend Micros of the world. You can hardly expect them to find viruses and TEST...
Re: I seem to remember that the Kiwis...
A few work with us at the office, damn bright those Kiwis, and when they win at the Rugby or Cricket damn annoying....
She is a Kiwi by the sounds of it, so all should be good, they maybe on the ass of the world, but they sure as hell know their IT.....
Yeah! Let's penalise the IT managers that can't protect their network because of across the board cuts to budgets meaning they can't afford to put in the correct Security Controls to protect the data.
Oh, hang on..........that might not be their fault????
Re: Slight issue
It only has to be illegal in one jurisdiction, America, and they will deport you from wherever you are on the planet.
Re: Should have realised before
I am not saying you are wrong, I see about a 0.5% click through rate on my adsense, but how do you suggest a website pay for itself if no one is willing to click on an advert to fund the site?
Most users do not want to pay to access a site, especially a new site trying to establish itself, you might pay for Wall Street Journal Access, but not a new site about cyber security that previously you had not heard off.
If we want "free" content, like the Register, we need to find a way to make sure they can pay for their Journo's and servers and internet bandwidth etc etc
I would be keen to understand what model you would be willing to support, given the fact it is not adverts.
Re: Please "Click on an add"
I was just thinking the same thing, if I asked user to go to my website and click on a few adverts, Google would shut down my adsense account in minutes!
If it were 400,000 they would have made a lot more than $14k.
Re: I must like shit movies then
Yeah, I thought Avatar and Titanic were both quality films.
Nice work fella!
You want to reduce your cost by outsourcing to a third party that is in the business to make money by agreeing contract terms with an "indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity".
Me thinks this will not end well.
yeah, not likely.
Not updated for me yet
I am still getting the Network Solution web page with the option of back ordering the domain name.
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