I always refer to it as.........
574 posts • joined 18 Jun 2009
I used to teach at a computer company who had GREEN "chalkboards".
......it goes downhill from now on. PlusNet was great, but now............ we will have to wait and see.
Er, .......Does Azure have a good reputation?
.......NOTHING can go wrong,
Clouds are part of changeable weather. Why would anyone RELY on them???
"Capita forged ahead with a heavily discounted right's issue earlier this year of one billion new shares at 70 pence each".
Did ANYONE buy any?
"So you want to run an operating system that doesn't support USB?"
Actually, there was a USB driver developed for NT4 by DELL. It downloaded as R62200.EXE
Worked quite well from what I remember.
My DZ09 watch easily lasts a day on full charge. Not bad for a watch that takes a nano-SIM and a MicroSD card, supports bluetooth and costs under £10 if you shop around on eBay.
....CLUB anyone who makes any more puns.
Absolutely. I remember having Motorola mobiles thrust on us because (working for an airline) at the time they were the only quad-band ones available. One of the guys going home for the weekend complained his was not working and he was supposed to be on-call. After several minutes of his moaning, I grabbed it off him and chucked it on the (carpeted) floor. Worked perfectly after that.
A little trick I had only discovered in frustration having chucked mine into the car passenger footwell.
It became the "standard" fix for these Motorola phones. (None of this "turn it off and on again" nonsense!)
would ANYONE implement SAP? Does NOBODY read (recent) history?
And using Wipro - Ah! - they obviously wanted to offset the cost of SAP.
Well - they got what they paid for.
HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA!
Had a pair of those perspex covers off one as armchairside tables back in the day when we couldn't afford much furniture. Covers no longer needed as we rack-mounted the PDP's.
The American (115v) cables made great jumpstart leads as well. Still got mine in the car.
......was to take on some work for the old company on a group of their customers and promptly gave some of the work to my old companies service engineers and to a friend of mine (who got paid!). Nice little profit, though!
Try the Unihertz Jelly Pro if you want small.
......schoolboy programming error.
It'll Be Murder
Why is ANYONE still with them?
.......my partner who has done payroll (manually) for decades, after a couple of years struggling with Sage, decided to "outsource" to their accountants.
It's a Bit Mean
.......hotmail.com/outlook.com/live.co.uk (or whatever they call their crap email "service" today) mail servers are having their periodic but intermittent "authentication errors" YET AGAIN!!!!!!
..... with my DZ09 Android watch which takes a nano-SIM card.
But then it only cost under a tenner, so IF it does go wrong it's no big deal......
and nothing can go wrong
It's Blind Management
If at first you don't succeed - you're Microsoft
...call the Help Desk?
"Failed satellite launches are a normal thing in the satellite industry."
After all - it IS rocket science!
Actually the problem there is - they put the shopping centre in the wrong place. It should have been 1Km west of the current location.
....ANOTHER Crapita foulup.
......more like Artificial Stupidity.
Keep a VERY LOUD whistle by your phone..........
"My reading of the issues with Carillion was that it failed to deliver a number of large projects, largely for the public sector, on time and attempted to use debt to cover the period between expected payments and the actual payments."
No - the problem with Carillon was that the management were robbing the company and the pensions fund by paying themselves shedfulls of money for doing a crap job. The proof being that they went bust.
What sort of stupid w@nker is going to buy these "new" shares in Carilion, oops, sorry - Crapita?
....... yet another thoroughly NOT tested patch from MicroCRAP.
Aquamail on Android gives the option for forwarding attachments. If only Aquamail was available for Windoze......
I've Been Misled!
"Nothing to do with the online store being a poor design that is hard to navigate, unlike the old style website," Well said! - My other half is always moaning about their website.
Give the job to CRAPita and all will be well.
...making a cassette to fit in old 35mm film cameras which takes digital pictures and has WiFi for Dropbox, etc.
"The team proposed splitting kernel and user spaces to prevent this information leak".
I would have thought that was pretty basic security, but there is not much about WINTEL that smacks of ANY sort of REAL security.
"...managed by a bunch of numpties who themselves are managed by an even more incompetent bunch of numpties and so on ..."
BRILLIANT! - And SOOOO true.
James Farrar and Yaseen Aslam will wonder where they went wrong if Uber finally lose as Uber will shut down and they will have to go back to taxi-ing the old fashioned way.
Same situation with delivery companies like Hermes and DPD.
Slow And Painful
Stops All Production
Slurps All Pennies
My data was once stored on a SAP system, but they had entered a minor error (possibly the postcode - I don't remember). When I asked for it to be changed............ Virtually IMPOSSIBLE!
As long as you have one (or 2) MicroSD card slots, a 256Gb (or 2) MicroSD cards should help with the offline storage problem.
One thing seems missing? - the opportunity to switch over to Android so that the contents of the Google app store are available.
It wasn't broke - so they fixed it.
...the 2.45inch Unihertz Jelly PRO Dual-SIM 4G smartphone?
2Gb RAM 16Gb Storage
Actually they are renaming to "CRAPCRAP".
"In the UK, O2 has today launch a new tariff that will allow customers to move their bills up or down each month, allowing them to adjust how much data they expect to use. ®"
Oh! - just like GiffGaff.
.... who ran out of desk when drawing the mouse towards him, so put his hand palm upwards at the edge of the desk so that he could keep going.
"Shame - Windows mobile was by some distance the most secure mobile OS platform versus IOS or Android."
That's because nobody could be bothered to hack it. - Not enough users!
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