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Our BOFHs can't even get IPv4 subnets to link reliably between on-prem and for home workers on VPN. The chances of them understanding IPv6 is nill.
Pass a law that pr0nz sites can only be IPv6, that will force a mass migration as peeps can't do without their interweb o' filth
No Briton or British Company will ever get a fair trial in the USA.
Just put Nan on the Windows 10 'skip ahead' track for Redstone 5, she knows her days are numbered and wants to walk on the wild side.
Cheap ZTE mobis are OK as 'burners' if you travel to Russia, China, France etc.
This makes server admin so easy, I'm getting in a grad to manage the lot. A grad in sociology mind, I demanded they have an 'ology.
Can't install on Linux. Epic fail.
They have the interwebs in North Britain Who knew?
Just paid £150 for a new old stock Lumia 950 XL bundle, I can think of many ways to spend the £850 saved over the S9
It was out for a few hours, peeps just worked through their Inboxes in Outlook 2016 or edited files in OneDrive for Business which synced automatically when service was restored.
I've already moved my FTSE250 to SaaS/PaaS so we've laid-off all the BOFHs and rightly so
Or you could just give an overview of the last Redstone 4 build than came out on the Fast Ring for Insiders
The benefits of open source, many eyes! (Unless they're all watching pr0nz!)
The remainiac CEO at my plc was content with the explanation that the outage was due to Brexit.
In time honored BOFH fashion as soon as services started failing, I deleted all my entries in the change log since Easter so nobody could blame me!
Nan's just been on the phone in tears! The outage meant she couldn't access the recipe for pineapple upside-down cake kept on Onedrive and the Vicar had to be given shop-bought cake. Well done MSFT for embarrassing a little old lady.
Also 4,000 staff at my company have been idle.
Here at GCHQ, we're sorry we have to limit everyone's internet bandwidth, but there's a limit on how many Tbps we can slurp down our pipe (Oh, matron!).
If only WIndows 10 was like Linux and we could choose from a plethora of forked windows managers, each with their own set of half-finished widgets maintained only by a chap who now spends his time scouring the internet for 'deep fakes'. That is what we want!
Generic anti-MSFT rant, promise to migrate to Linux Mint, shouting at cloud.
She should have live-streamed the shootings on YouTube and got the likes!
Fixing Intel's hardware flaws in software was never going to be simple, perhaps impossible.
Surely the precious source code for Window 10 should be stored on punched-cards to survive the EMP waves during WWIII?
The few survivors will welcome having the seed banks buried in a Norwegian mountain and the code for Windows 10 to help them rebuild civilisation.
Surprised the user-base for the service hasn't passed on by now.
Just had Nan on the phone in tears, demanding we migrate her to Linux Mint after Cortana made a smutty joke in front of the Vicar.
Generic anti-MSFT rant, pledge to migrate Nan to use Linux, recommend all wear tin-foil hat
I just hope lessons have been learned!
It's peeps subscribing to a VPN service who need locking up! Can only be deranged preverts!
Everything from Huawei has been front-doored by the PLA
"Evergreen" estate here, so will be rolling out once the automated regression testing completes on the GA build. Not expecting any issues as we've been on Insider Slow ring for months.
I'm surprised computers have reached Mid Suffolk, not that they are insecure
All those £Bs splurged by GDS and what did we get? A lot of contractors would houses in Tuscany, decent .gov websites not so much.
Total ‘mare. Last time we looked at G Suite users could change their own group memberships to join hangouts etc as the fancied.
Sounds like Micro Focus should raise a trouble ticket on that HP Service Anywhere they bought, if they can get it to work. We can't!
If politicians were OS, The Donald would be dodgy Windows 10 and Hillary would be lovely Linux. Mayhem would be Windows ME
LOL, MSFT loves to wind-up the haters!
Just another here today, gone tomorrow CEO who can only remember from his MBA that he as 100 days to move people's cheese
I feel sad for the Airbus BOFHs left with the task of migrating and managing 130,000 G Suite users with no integration to the AD forrest, no scripts like Powershell, redumentary reporting and no support for GDPR or other compliance controls.
You’d expect Airbus would value O365 functions such as 'bring your own key' for encryption on the cloud storage or Azure Information Protection to control document access and lifecycle. I guess such things are not kewl in the opinion of the whiz kid CEO.
Presumably they'll also be using Slack, since there’s no equivalent to that or MS Teams in G Suite? What a muddle!
Very poor practice to rely on static IPs, mostly by BOFHs who don't understand their network but it suddenly 'just worked' with static IPs. If you have to bodge, at least use DHCP giving out reserved IP addresses based on MAC address.
All my Windows 10 machines updated overnight no bother. Ageing BOFHs can't get the concept of "evergreen".
You are 'Q' and I claim my £5
Just doing some research to demonstrate that a disaffected BOFH could modulate their flatulence, Le Pétomane style, to transmit Strap 4 information they can see on fetid air-gapped PC to a listening device in the room. The practical application is limited only by the robustness of their trousers and availability of beans in the GCHQ canteen.
Simple solution, just install Linux. The chance of there being a working driver in the distro for a soundcard produced after 2002 is vanishingly small.
>many people are always unhappy and bitter <
Especially wimmins when Aunt Flo is visiting!
Well, if the laydees don't like MSFT's attitide they can always start checking in code changes to the Linux kernel. Oh, wait...
Oh, dear. Nationalisation of telecoms company, is it? If it's like the old General Post Office, peeps can look forward to a 6 month wait before being judged worthy by Nokia of getting a party-line installed.
>And what happens to all the data on the team sharepoint site when the team disbands and moves on?<
We've set an automatic deletion policy of 12 months for documents that nobody has touched. If users want stuff for ever they need to move to the record centre
Sorry all you MSFT haters, once you open Teams to normal users they are all over it, esp. with Teams now on Intune managed mobis.
For corporates it has the data sovereignty, auditability and eDiscovery features we need for FOI/GDPR that Slack lacks.
Soon we’ll have Linux Mint S, the 'S' is for shareware.
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