The Senators may want to revisit the Snowden revelations....
44 posts • joined 18 Jun 2009
...and don't forget to mention the execrable and idiotic "culture fit"
"sorry man, but most of them post here, and were brainwashed by lefty professors. they love everyone except those they hate. downvote at will commies"
The intelligence of the Alt-right for all to wonder at
"The remaining XP machines are still in place due to complex technical requirements from a small number of externally provided highly specialised applications,"
You would need a heart of stone not to laugh
You can always tell it to buzz off
Re: HR Fail
HR, better know as Human Remains
Re: Whilst I'm no fan of Microsoft..
I just migrated our office to G Suite from MS, we ended up giving 1/3 of the users office back as a standalone as we couldn't prise Excel from some cold dead hands.
That being said, most people prefer the Team Drives over SharePoint, but the ability to share sub-folders in Teams is causing some angst among G suite users.
G suite Vault is pretty good for archiving, holding and search, though annoyingly deleted users' data is also removed from the vault.
G Suite is still quite immature compared to O365, however for SME's it is a cheaper and easier to manage offering
Re: A big job.
Don't take the piss
Re: I got mine
I manage a G suite domain, all emails from G suite alerts to end up being classified as spam!
Hilco shut down the Irish branches of HMV last January, even though they turned a small profit, they are pretty ruthless
Re: Journalists, humm I think...
Piers Morgan is already a robot, albeit without the intelligence
Our .eu domains are down, .com working ok, staff currently twiddling thumbs since lunch
Re: Very poor effort there , El Reg.
Indeed, the can in question is Guinness draught, it is meant to be poured into a glass. Room temperature bottled Guinness is for the real connoisseur though
What will Hardwell's chatbot response to "Your music is an abomination" be
Re: yeah terrible ain't it
Why keep voting for the same old same old? 40 years of neo-liberalism and all the masses can do is whine about some nebulous "elite" the same elite they keep putting back in power
I'd be interested in the BOFH's opinion on this!
Most IT jobs are in Dublin, but Limerick is a sizeable enough city by Irish standards, so there should be opportunities, Shannon is a 15 minute drive from there, it is a "new town" and to be frank pretty boring, but the Airport is well served and the industrial zone around there has plenty of jobs going.
You are also within a fairly short drive of Cork, Kerry and Galway, and some of the beautiful Atlantic coast. chech out monster.ie eolas.ie and computerjobs.ie for vacancies
Not in the public sector at the moment, however in the private sector there are a huge amount of both established and start-up companies requiring skills across the IT board, in all sectors, a quick look at monster.ie will show you how many positions are available. I put my CV out on various recruitment sites at the weekend and have already been asked to attend 4 interviews.
On the down side property in Dublin is at a premium and rents very expensive
Re: Does it start with
Don't forget Asterix, he held out against the Romans
How to not get pwned on Windows: Don't run any virtual machines, open any web pages, Office docs, hyperlinks ...
Re: Happy Tuesday!
Or wait a week and watch the early adopters wail on the various MS forums that the updates borked their servers
Re: Always a fool
Mine too, hundreds and hundreds of them
Re: it is deficiencies in the tax laws
El Reg, you need a tinfoil hat icon
had a call to reset a locked out user account:
"I have forgotten my username"
Me: "ok, your username is X and the password will be the same, you will be prompted to change it at login"
5 Minutes later, another call: "I'm still locked out"
"I am still locked out"
Eventually discovered user was typing in "the same" for the password
Merry Christmas all us on call support gnomes!
Re: "teenagers hogging the phone line "
Re: Groundless conjecture.
Please use grown up language
I got a fax from an african prince once
Re: SysUNadmin day
Lighten up man
Unless it is by the HR department
Re: Obama's goals
If you're gonna troll at least try some wit and originality
titled Mickey Virus....
Lost in translation
Can you reset my password?" yes your username is ABC, password is the same". Several lockouts later, discovered user had been entering "thesame"
Many in work here phoned my IT desk saying the internet wasn't working, after the 5th call we asked them "had they typed google into google" ( With apologies to the IT crowd)
Well kept us amused anyway
Brings a whole new meaning to "long pork"
sky users more likely to be porno pirates?
According to Sky
Sky Broadband, part of Rupert Murdoch's pay-TV group BSkyB, said it believed the leaked data included the names and addresses of about 4,000 Sky customers
can someone translate please
"the failed enhancement of a new approach to timeline caching"
Nothing worse than 2 CEO's in a public willy-waving contest
class of an idiot buys an aircraft from ebay
Never heard of the chap, just spent a while entertained by some very strange posts on infowar!
Are the idiots who reply to spam and make it worthwhile, has anyone ever met one?
I feel so much safer now
I for one
welcome our new icon overlords
a barking idea
Strange name for their blog http://blog.peta.org/