Credential inflation coupled with supply and demand in the market place. If you have more people looking for a job with CS degrees than positions available as an IT administrator, then a CS is a *requirement* as part of the criteria of not having your resume filtered out. HR has to cut the stack somewhere, or so that's their rational. And yes, a CS degree isn't needed to be an excellent IT administrator. Again, just required to get an interview.
The new America: Crushing the middle class, consolidating wealth to the 0.25% of the wealthy, and importing cheap labor and/or outsourcing work. America is starting to become the new Mexico where we have a new have and have-not society. The middle-class is a threat to those in power and wanting to stay in power. This nation is fucked. And we haven't even talked about soon-to-be hyper inflation spurned by insolvency. But that's ok right? Hyper inflation will just create an even larger disparity in wealthy. By design!!!
You have it all wrong Jody. The whole damn point of "Cloud" is to abstract your business from the employees. The end-game in all this is to run your business anywhere in the world while simultaneously outsource your staff to anywhere in the world. Having your company in the "Cloud" makes that possible. So no, this marketing horseshit is only getting started.
That's why these high-end solutions are now in the form of SSD PCIe cards. Bandwidth.
SQL, MS Exchange, Virtual Machines, ensuring daily backups complete in a 24 hour period (for large daily delta changes), etc. Yes, I can think of a few important applications for this.
2.8 Gigabytes per second?! Good God, holy mother of.... *floored*
It's not even v1.0 yet. It's still in alpha stage at best!
ZeroAccess is particularly nasty. It sets up a P2P network with other infected machines and stores 8GB of crap in the Sysvol directory in Windows. I used Norton Power Eraser to remove the root kit. Because it runs in Kernel memory, the processes are hidden even if you use Process Explorer.
Right, but what about resistance (ohms law) of blood vs gallium? Does it matter?
So what happens to the nervous system when exposed to liquid metal? The brain and muscles that work off electrical impulses. Wouldn't liquid metal interfere with this?
Get rid of the bloat and start coding in ASM. Of course, those developers aren't cheap are they?
Well, radiation does accelerate the process...
Shorter: In China, you have a massive amount of personal freedoms, but none that are political. In the USA, it's the exact opposite.
It's not so much as regulating a woman's body as it is to protect innocent -growing- unborn life.
Assuming bandwidth is available for both spooling print/plotters jobs and RDP (RemoteFX technologies used too), you could just run thin-clients throughout the office.