14 posts • joined 15 Mar 2013
Re: I've got a brilliant idea
Excellent - and one day, when you have lots of these cards, maybe someone will invent a way whereby you don't have to carry several cards around, because a handy mobile device will store all the details for you and let you select the one you want...oh wait...
Based on these comments, nobody likes Apple Pay either? Google Wallet? I am genuinely interested - are we not keen on digital wallets?
Everybody should publish everything online now. Hey presto, no more privacy concerns or cyber crime. Oh wait, I'd be out of a job. More thought required.
is someone who doesn't have to look things up on Wikipedia.
I find your lack of faith disturbing.
...sell well here in Scotland as it sounds like it might be similar enough in colour to Irn Bru or good whisky.
My 14 year old loves Windows 8 - live updates on the front screen, a UI that he considers intuitive - the future belongs to their generation, not ours, and we'll just have to get used to it!
The most obvious problem with the use of pigeons is surely The Vulture Squadron - although to be fair I can't think of a time when they actually stopped the pigeon. The mastermind was a shady, never-seen character called the General though, so maybe Hanna-Barbera were on to something.
You've heard about the man hiring a new PA, requirement = speaks 3 languages and can do 100 words per minute. He ends up with a shortlist of 3 - a brunette who speaks 3 languages but can only manage 80 words per minute, a redhead who speaks 2 languages but can do 90 words per minute, and a blonde who only speaks one language but can do 100 words per minute. Who gets the job?
The one with the biggest boobs of course.
The most entertaiing choice would be John McAfee?
Some sense, yes...
In that a one-size fits all, tick-box compliance exercise does not mean that the risks have been managed or even identified. But some (most?) organisations possess neither the capability nor the will to fund a fully reactive, risk-based information security function. So until such time as the new EU breach/attack-sharing bears fruit and senior management actually see what is happening, it's policies, standards and checklists all round.
The point is...
That Balance enables BYOD for iOS and Android devices isn't it? So you don't have to bring a BlackBerry to work. Have I missed something?
Re: NZ Has No TV Tax
Good point - but it was Michael Palin on the wall, not dear old Spike.
That was a very useful, thought-provoking session - thanks to everyone who took part! Lots of food for thought.
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