46 posts • joined Friday 25th January 2013 15:38 GMT
I would, except they're all as bad as each other. one way or another.
I think apple configurator is supposed to be helpful for apple MDM, but as i understand it, you need OSX server for it to work, which is obviously an additional cost.
So what happens to the people who own Fujitsu shares listed on the LSE? Can they still trade them somewhere else? Or do the shares just lose their value. Genuinely interested to know.
'I discovered that internet access in London’s Tech City was on a par with Will.I.Am’s contribution to the advancement of humanity, i.e. non-fucking-existent.'
Same could be said of his contribution to music.
Made my Friday morning. :)
Re: "the majority of the work remains ahead of us."
True, but you don't need 10 gbps per device to watch kitten videos. Aggregate through put maybe...
Not meaning to p*$$ over your joke though. Sorry
For the downvoter's information, the Eadon reference was a joke.
Also, my money's on Eadon.
Re: I saw all the fanbois outside the oxford shop today
@StevenN Gaaaah, it's <u>lose</u> you pillock.
Re: Quote.... It's just an iPad, FFS
@ac 12:51 ' a much faster (64 bit) processor'
64 bit does not necessarily equal faster.
something afoot on my 60Mbs connection.
Why do we need to know about your connection speed?
Other thing is what happens in a dip or remote area where the GPS/cell signal is crap?
'because by then devs will also be writing bloatware for mobile'
There's already lots of bloatware for mobiles. Mostly the free apps.
If this has been covered somewhere else, please correct me.
Quick bit of background, I have an IT degree, and I'm doing a CCNA currently, but no other 'professional' qualifications.
Interested to know what people would recommend as a next step from a CCNA.
Also interested to know if anyone has a done a LINX qualification and whether they'd recommend it in place of/in addition to a CCNP.
Do you know if the mac client supports RD gateway?
Re: And what about the...
A starving dog in a butchers shop would consume battery power?
Re: What we need . . .
. . . is a leap Monday so that the day starts about 11am
...on a Friday. FTFY.
'a technology that has been engineered from the get-go for visual communication from person to person'
Ummmm text is visual.
Re: Do No Evil @VinceH
I know that's a joke, but unfortunately the answer to that is everyone.
Thanks for your thoughts guys.
'Mind you as with many things these days (peace, democracy, freedom, privacy, etc) the word 'honest' means what you want it to if you're in a position to try to redefine it.'
Honestly, is this news to you? It always has been the case, and always will.
What you mentioned about certifications struck a chord with me. I'm currently doing a CCNA but i'm wondering how far to go after i've completed that. (I.E CCNP/IE etc).
I can't find any turds here, Mr Holmes.
Re: I predict...
'A huge rise in wrap around totally opaque sunglasses and large floppy hats that will be worn all year round.'
I honest wish people would do this en masse, but i think people are either too stupid or don't care. :(
RE: Apple store service.
'It’s second to none, with staff unfailingly polite, helpful and eager'.
That's precisely what's so f*cking annoying about them.
Honestly don't mean to sound holier than thou, but I still prefer a keyboard in most cases.
The aspiration is to achieve BREEAM Outstanding and LEED Platinum ratings and deliver an overall carbon saving of 40%.
Sorry to be pedantic, but 40% compared to what?
Re: 10 *years* to get a national firearms register, a fair chunk of whose data they already had.
It's that classic fault that all databases have, in fact all aspects of computing have: The users.
Always thought that was a slightly odd title. Can i find creationist biologists somewhere?
'For all that tech, Huawei will be asking for €449, a shade over £380, when it hits shelves by the end of July. Naturally, you'll cough less with a contract.'
Really? My guess is more or less the same over the lifetime of the contract.
I'm rapidly moving from being "uncomfortable hosting my data in a US-controlled cloud" to "feeling ethically bound to vote with my wallet in order to send a message".
The problem with voting with your wallet is that a large number of fuckwits will completely misrepresent your protest as something else entirely, that fits in with their education/experience/worldview.
Stringer bell as the new doctor? Cant see that.
Give him some credit.
To go from tubby comedy TV presenter to this is a big leap.
'artificially created ruins of cottages and castle walls'
Would it not have been easier and cheaper to just get flights to europe?
Re: Advertise some unlimited internet even if it's not.
True but the sad fact is most of them are as bad as each other.
saying this as an engl ish man, my preference is black coffee, but proper coffee, not the American muck
, however if it must be tea, then $tea brand, dash of milk, 2 sugars and so strong you can stand the spoon up in it.
"The only way to deal with slow access to stored data is to take it out of storage altogether and dump it it in memory instead."
Hundreds of Gigabytes of storage in memory. Can anyone say stupidly slow read times?
Re: Why would anyone want to seach anything on Facebook?
I've watched x-factor un-ironically. That is to say, I watched it for all of 2 minutes, thought 'This is utterly, utterly bollocks', and switched over.
Imagine modern tech but powered by hot air....
No need to imagine it. It's real and it's known as twitter and facebook.
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