Also - no usage cap or fair usage police nonsense. I could max out the line constantly if I wanted to.
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Busy laughing at all the suckers living in New York.
Don't. I live outside the US and get 55.3Mb/s down for a reasonable price. I don't live in a major city and I don't have fiber, only DSL. I could also get pretty much the same speed for pretty much the same money from my cable TV company.
The US is behind on broadband.
If you help people, facilitate, make their work lives easier, you won't be the scum of the office.
Fix that before it happens. Tell everyone to never use a work email for personal mail. Tell them to get a free webmail account for personal stuff instead.
If you were not officially told then ignore it.
Don't backstab anyone. Don't read anything without permission. Don't get involved in anyone's infighting. Do your best to help all your customers, even if they are trying to undermine you. Play politics only as much as you have to, people will try to play you. You have to be aware of it and respond tactfully.
Your duty to report serious criminality overrides these rules. Your duty to report gross immorality may override these rules, you have to decide that one based on what you believe in.
The intercepting rockets likely cost far more than the rockets being intercepted. Good job the US is footing the bill. More upstanding action from the country that called Saddam 'Our kind of guy".
You have a point. That money could have gone to feeding the homeless, upgrading some infrastructure, health care, regenerating Detroit, or a countless number of other things. Instead it's going to help a country that's oppressing its own people Saddam style and indirectly going to feed military secrets to the Chinese.
The old design was always strong firewalls between the network and the Internet and nothing else. A lot of companies really believe that a stateful firewall will somehow prevent windows users running god knows what malware on their web connected desktop machines. Plus there are all the laptops and other devices staff plug straight into the core network. Plus VPN connection bridging the firewalls.
Computer security in most companies is a joke. That, apparently, includes defense contractors.
Few people use IaaS because they fear owning servers. Some people really like or need the flexibility. Some people have done the calculations and it does save them money. Some people don't want the hassle of looking after servers and want to concentrate on their core business.
You try and build a reliable and fully redundant data center for less than amazon charges. It's not so easy.
You really should reserve judgment until you know what his company does. For a lot of companies owning physical servers doesn't make sense.
Nah. Get rid of the kit and use management direction changes as an excuse to buy better kit.
Well there is always reddit.
I've been using them for a while now and I've not noticed their search results and any worse than google. Plus they promise not to sell your personal information.
And that's the real harm. A skilled woman or minority (whatever that is) will never be taken seriously as it's assumed they got their position though preferential treatment and not skill or hard work.
Then offer the course to anyone who deserves it and forget the racist and sexist nonsense.