Re: Does it still have 2D FLATSO, SPYWARE, ADWARE ???
bombastic_bob, why do you keep saying things?
745 posts • joined 4 May 2011
bombastic_bob, why do you keep saying things?
Why would you pay for a Surface Pro, if all you are going to do is carry out UX testing?
Turns out research was all I needed to do...
It would appear that the V4 is capable of running in a standalone mode, but this board will be a different SKU - there will be three versions in total.
Nice to see it support the CDTV, now can justify splashing out on one.
I actually have a Blizzard 1260 installed in my A1200, which makes it awesome. but it also cost a huge amount for what it does.
However, I have yet to see a price for these cards... Am a little confused as to how they actually work, given they can act as a standalone Amiga..
I dont think soft SIM cards will be a thing any time soon, even though it is probably the best thing that could happen to smart phones in the last 10 years.
I would imagine it would open up a whole new avenue for SIM piracy.
It doesnt need 4G functionality.
It needs to work with Android.
bit coin mining in the cloud then?
You are assuming that Microsoft will dominate the OS landscape in its totality.
This isnt the case and as long as people are given the choice of OS, will never be the case.
Isnt OS X technically a BSD?
If the Reg was interested in showing the stats for mobile devices then I am sure they would have shown them instead of these operating systems.
Skype for Business/Lync is just a pain in the arse.
MS basically need to offer a unified client that adapts to either a business or personal context. I know the switch from Lync to Skype for Business has only recently taken place, so it can only get better, given where it is right now.
However, things like Slack just work better
Still not servers though, are they?
I would imagine that there are very few Android devices out there acting as web servers, or email servers on a regular basis.
Kind of ignores the fact that VMWare is actually planning on releasing (if they havent already) on AWS.
So that means you can instantiate compute instances that run across the cloud, the DC and the server room in one go.
This isnt about his constitutional rights.
He was fired because he didnt carry out an instruction he was given.
A constructive dismissal is a situation where your employer has made it impossible for you to carry out your duties.
This guy was fired for not doing what he was told to do. So no, I dont think this is grounds for a contructive dismissal.
ISP's typically dont block VPN connections.
Same goes for RDP, they can block the standard port, but that doesnt stop you from connecting on a different port, one that ISP's have no clue about.
As far as I know right now, the only ports blocked by UK ISP's are for email.
Again, corporate use.
How could an ISP in the UK find a good reason for banning VPN connections when a large part of our office workforce uses them either to connect to services at work, or to connect to work from home?
Or is this "elitism"?
+1 for DNSCrypt
Agile isnt the reason this project failed.
It failed because its a government IT project and would have failed regardless of the project methodology used.
Your comments on security make no sense what so ever.
Looks like we have some AC's who have never worked in a team of others.
How is Agile less secure than a waterfall methodology?
Or any other project management methodology?
Sounds like you dont know what Agile actually is. It goes beyond the work of one single developer.
The whole point of Agile is to deliver small amounts of work on a very regular basis, it doesnt have anything to do with the individual talents of any one person - much in the same way as every project methodology doesnt rely on this.
Many, many laptops and desktops have a TPM installed.
It's not a quirk for ChromeBooks
ChromeOS is a Linux.
It uses the Linux kernel
To do that would mean creating a nation state.
Creating a new state means that people can go to war with them directly etc.
Plus, why would an organisation want to equip its members with passports that no country would honour and identify the holder as an ISIS supporter?
Yes, and if he had stored them on an EC2 instance running veracrypt, things could have been harder.
The point is that this guy learned enough about cyber security to make his plans a reality.
He used Linux Mint on a USB drive to store documents relating to terrorism.
Seems pretty straight forward to me.
I dont think this affects Office 365, at least the article didnt mention it anyway...
Will professional journalists want to rub shoulders with random members of the public?
If you dont like ISIS, just pretend they dont exist
what, you mean just like every other methodology?
sorry, what part of this is already built into these OS's?
mandate for independence!
Didnt the Scottish Government base its 2014 iteration of the neverendum on Wikipedia misinformation tactics?
Hmm, no, it isnt.
DevOps is intended to support developers. Clue is in the name.
Guess you have never tried to run your infrastructure in the could then...
the cloud can be backup, if you want it to be. Just in the same way as any on prem server can be backup.
it all comes down to implementation.
because perhaps you might need some of the stuff this kernel brings to the table?
proud owner of a Series 5 and a Series 5 MX here
Or, you are just reading a thread about Windows on The Register - where saying the worst things, accurate or not, about Microsoft is a sport.
Not sure what point you are trying to make. But you are aware there is an educational license for Windows? Or is this irrelevant to what ever rant you are on?
@Mage, Windows 10 is perfectly fine for business. Just because you dont like Windows 10 doesnt change this fact.
Universities tend not to qualify for Enterprise versions of Windows 10....
P Lee, DVD is soooo 2008
I just did this on Windows 10 with Edge.
The first link you get is for Mozilla, not an advert.
The problem isnt to do with Bing or Edge, if you are seeing loads of crap ads then it means you have something on your machine that shouldnt be there.
if the installation was slipstreamed, there is no telling what "features" some helpful little teenager has put in...
Ironically, 6502 assembler was one of the very first things I learned - in 1998.
Was in the Royal Signals at the time, which caused the need.
calling "facts" is a pretty self explanatory thing to do. Not sure how that is a silly name for a command that gathers facts..
I agree, given the large number of foreign fighters the Kurds have with them, it seems odd that the police decided to do their best to "put off" just one of them.
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