* Posts by jamesdagger

13 posts • joined 11 Oct 2017

RIP, RDP... nearly: Security house Check Point punches holes in remote desktop tools

jamesdagger

Re: Remote Desktop Protocol you say ?

Asses one was autocorrected.

Microsloth!

More thumbs down please!

jamesdagger

Re: Remote Desktop Protocol you say ?

Microsoft Windoze :D :D

Oracle boss's Brexit Britain trip shutdown due to US government shutdown

jamesdagger

In our department

He would receive the clown's trousers award.

Dozens of .gov HTTPS certs expire, webpages offline, FBI on ice, IT security slows... Yup, it's day 20 of Trump's govt shutdown

jamesdagger

Re: Oh God

Let's see.

Belfast

Jerusalem

etc etc.

I'm neither supporting nor against the Trump wall but you did ask.

More nodding dogs green-light terrible UK.gov pr0n age verification plans

jamesdagger

Usenet anyone?

Just sayin

NHS supplier that holds 40 million UK patient records: AWS is our new cloud-based platform

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Re: Cloud of Confusion

Yep. eu-west-2 region aka London.

If Shadow Home Sec Diane Abbott can be reeled in by phishers, truly no one is safe

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4-1 odds

Which, according to Dianne Abbot will yield a return of eleven and twelvety pounds per £1 stake.

Microsoft yanks the document-destroying Windows 10 October 2018 Update

jamesdagger

Microsoft yanks

'nuff said

London's Gatwick Airport flies back to the future as screens fail

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Diverse routing

Fully diverse routing can cost a fortune in civils.

Almost certainly why it wasn't signed off, or was signed off to a pinch point where the break occurred south of that.

Norwegian tourist board says it can't a-fjord the bad publicity from 'Land of Chlamydia' posters

jamesdagger

I applaud this poster

Clap clap.

TSB's middleware nightmare: Execs grilled on Total Sh*tshow at Bank

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Who will fix our Internal Banking Mess? TSB hires IBM amid online banking woes

jamesdagger

TSB

= Thick Stokie Bastard

aka Me.

Before you head into Office 365, pull on this cosy Cloud Archive

jamesdagger

20 years in the IT industry and Mimecast is one of the services I would definitely use again.

Their archiving is but one feature, alongside a suite of security offerings, that have saved one's ass time and again.

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