More wasted money
16 posts • joined 18 Feb 2010
Well you have to admire their ambition in bring misery to more people rather than just those who have to suffer their abysmal telecom provision professionally and personally. Their customer service is totally inept and that's being polite.
I just don't understand how they get away with it.
Well probably saves a bit of money in the short term and the person who pushed it through takes credit for savings get's a bonus then fecks off knowing in 3-4 years time it will be a mess.
Outsource to BT! What could possibly go wrong?
Typical BT response to being pulled up about quality of service by going to court to block termination. Says all you need to know.
Recent pen test at our place and of 800 about 120 replied to phishing emails from a faked Help Desk email asking for their credentials as their had been a security breach.
Scary was most of these muppets were in sensitive high grade positions such as Legal/Finance/HR/IT.
They completely gave themselves up and even kept on replying to the sender asking what they should do next. One idiot thought the phishing email was the new Help Desk email and started CC emails about up and coming events in our conference centre which often have members of senior UK and foreign VIPS, Royals and such. Nothing was done about it.
Still think Netbooks have a life and for me and I use a Lenovo Windows 7 ideapad 7 which is great. Got 2Gb of memory upgrade for little money and it runs swiftly
- Indeed not good for number crunching but when did I think it could do that!
- Ultra Books lovely but over priced
- Tablets do not replace the full QWERTY which I can use just as well as a full keyboard on my Netbook. Got full MS Office and Photoshop and run lovely
- I can watch films on it but I never expected full HD
- Is light and easy to carry around
- Got a better selection of PC games and apps that will run fine and far better quality than iOS/Android offerings
Netbook is not dead for now.
We come in Peace
McCrappy have a history of this clueless stuff. Had to use this terrible software for 7 years in an Enterprise Environment and all the problems we have had caused by McCrappy DAT updates not tested before they send them out. Beggars belief. When it actually works it fails to deal with infections.
7 year working life! The lot will be toast after 7 months
"So if a disk drive is getting wobbly, the system notifies HP, which ships a new drive."
Well we have Insight Remote running and HP will NEVER just ship a drive if a fault is detected which is what they claim.
All you may get is a phone call asking if the fault is real, if you have tried re-seating the drive, is the firmware up to date etc etc. Yawn.
Usual old lies spouted at launches with bloated Execs claiming rubbish which only exists in their heads. On the ground it's a different matter.
Self extradition fail
So you volunteer your own kit to be 'integrated' into the corporate mail system then also volunteer to have your life taken over checking endless amounts of pointless twaddle you have been CC'd on but feel you must respond to; thus continuing the endless cycle of BS.
The once classic Mini turned into franchised production line of bland Euro cars. The name MINI is meaningless on these cars.
I have come across the muppet who runs the IT Department at this Hospital and some of the poor demotivated and depressed staff who have previously worked under him. Therefore this story is of no surprise as his managerial style was reported as of total control and humiliation to anyone who may question his word. Result; nothing gets done as everyone is too scared to act and show some initiative.
Let's face it, the NHS anyway has a history of ineptitude and getting nothing done. It really is the last stop for the truly useless.
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