7 posts • joined 3 Jul 2007
Re: How much is this going to cost?
Its going to cost Billions. again ... BTW: it was BT's £680 job to build a central DB, it was called Spine. They tried to force all GP's to abandon EMIS, they have no chance with that one.
G-Cloud and CloudStore -- LOL --
It will be EDS, Accenture, CSC et all eating at this table.
Anyway its an utterly ridiculous story. There is no way the NHS is going to scratch thier own arse before 2015.
Don't be stupid
They will still nail you fool. CCTV in the MacDonalds and your ex-boss ID'ing you on the tape should put you away nicely.
Uh yes it does ...
Ignorance would appear to abound.
BT says it does.
He should have bought a private jet with his gambling money. One day the USA will look back and wonder what they were thinking when they pissed on the rest of the world.
No tapes just replication ....
Its a wonderful idea, till you have a database corruption and its replicated. Then its not so wonderful, the word is catastrophic.
This is aimed straight at pointy haired bosses the world over.
Those silly old terrorists
Oh dear it all went wrong... The point of your article is moronic.
So how many goes did it take to collapse the twin towers? You seem to be forgetting that the UK has been dealing with terrorists since the mid 70's. The IRA used to be laughably incompetent as well, after a few blown up and burned operatives they got it together and started to do some serious damage.
The recent attempts were pretty amatuer, but I don't think that qualifying as a medical doctor makes you an idiot.
This campaign marks a definate turn in tactics and perception about who the terrorists are. They are not British born disaffected poorly educated youths; hence the coverage in the press.
As well as that I don't seem to recall the front of a major airport entrance being rammed by a flaming car being in much in the news as of late, so I expect the overall novelty value has pushed this story to the front pages of the press.
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