RIM (or Blackberry as they're known by now) rested on its laurels for far too long and let Android and iOS take over. I'm surprised they haven't just put the company up for sale and crossed their fingers someone would foolishly put in an offer.
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Are you doing network images for the BDS install? My Precisions can usually get through the install from a network image in about an hour. The USB media is dog slow for some reason. I tried building a network image off the USB stick - it was faster for me to copy the BDS installer off the stick to local disk and build a base image than it was to run the image builder from the stick.
We tried that too, AC - Installing from our 1Gb backbone network was bad - and copying the image locally seemed to take anywhere from 30-45 minutes plus the painful install time.
Still fighting with that install I started, what, 6 hours ago. It's made it through Showcase, almost.
I wonder if we do business
Another gripe - must remember to strip off all your ANY runtimes if you need to install an older version, for the older versions (say if you have a project that requires say 2012) nothing like getting almost to the end and it starts its rollback and peering through the installer logs to find out that you have VC 2010 SP1 installed and it won't even talk to it - it wants unpatched VC 2010 to install
THIS IS WHERE YOU FAIL, BASS!
I work for a Medium sized GC and we have the pleasure of using their Building Information Modeling (BIM) suite.
13K PER SEAT for the product (BDS Ultimate)
Crappy compatibility with previous versions (which are released yearly) - Everyone on the design and build teams basically all need to be on the same version.
Does not like running Side By Side older versions so it's not like you can plant them all together.
Holy Megabloat - Last year's installers came on Autodesk-monogramed 32GB USB3 sticks
Frustrating at times - today I'm trying to install the 2014 version on a $6,000 Precision Workstation spec'd for Revit - I started at 10AM, it's still installing - very slowly, but moving along. Same on our M6700 workstations.
Not the least bit surprised that Autodesk software gets pirated
the kernel might be open source but there is lots of non-open software on every android phone that can send data to NSA. carrier IQ for instance
You don't think iPhones had CarrierIQ on them? Look it up - Apple was just as guilty.
Says it has a $500 MSRP and 400.00 on the street...I guess that doesn't include the street the link has to Amazon which is pushing them for ~ $770.00 USD with shipping.
Better deal? Try this
Dell U27711 Monitor With 3 yr Advanced Exchange warranty for $549.00 USD with free shipping.
I paid nearly $1100.00 for my 1st one in July 2010
Still waiting for one/two....to play games on....
Basically "stop doing stupid things with your computer".
Why a firm needed Malware Bytes on it's servers in the first place is the real question here.
I was wondering this exact same thing. IT Manager Fail.
Wasn't this the same guy that killed single-player only games from EA?
Not quite - it was EA Labels president Frank Gibeau
"I have not green lit one game to be developed as a single-player experience," Gibeau said. "Today, all of our games include online applications and digital services that make them live 24/7/365."
Leonard Coleman -- from Heinz and baseball team owner (probably helps on sports licensing)
From his Wikipedia page....
Leonard S. Coleman, Jr. was the last, non-honorary president of the National League. He held the office until 1999 when it was eliminated by Major League Baseball.
He held a worthless title that was eliminated over 10 years ago.
Hopefully the laptop they provided you isn't some undockable consumer version unit but a business class unit that can be - Dell's laptop docks for their business class laptops can support two monitors, and I would assume HP's can to. Get a real keyboard, mouse, dock, use the 27 as the primary, and if you feel like it, get another monitor as a secondary.
Both companies' equipment is made in China. Cisco just sells their stuff.
Uhm my ASA 5505 says Made In Mexcio.