OBD2 + Proprietary extensions. There's a whole lot of extra sensory data that isn't standard these days. I doubt modern apps can access that portion of the computer, only basic OBD2 standard data.
Hondata.com as some pretty sweet gear for Honda. But, I've been out of the street modding scene (I grew up). Stock cars produce power at maximum efficiency as it is; unless you don't mind slurping more gas for HP.
What starts out as a "sin tax" in reality becomes a method of wealth redistribution. Revenue from a CO2 tax would never in billion year directly fund "green energy". God, if only the tax system and Congress worked that way. Yeah, hell no it doesn't!
The only thing I've written about is that the invisible hand that magically creates solutions when they are needed does not exist
The "invisible hand" is by any other name evolution in action. And with regards to energy; either the market provides more supply, consumes less, or some combination thereof. Authoritative (top-down command and control) regimes/nations supplant evolutionary forces. Though I suppose it's all relative from where you stand within an organization when taken global society into account.
Singing Klingon opera telegram. You can't out hack a Klingon with a bat'leth!
Yeah, pretty much. The power of subpoena to acquire those keys would be trivial.
Funny you mention that. I know of a few that use a MacBook Pro with VMWare Fusion running Windows 7 (custom vertical market apps). In this case, you can roll back via Time Machine in the event the VM of Win7 gets hosed.
Richard, I've lost clients because because these clients were 10+ employees or less running off a single Windows SBS box. It wasn't us. It was the fact IT was just too expensive in general. Running a business, especially a small was is exceedingly risky. They should be so lucky to afford rolling the dice ALONE! Many small business will just adhere to a BYOD policy with a NAS purchased from Best Buy. Yeah, good luck when Cryptolocker pulls you into bankruptcy.
Risk assessment; learn it, love it, above all else, accept it! Can't stand the heat? Get out of the kitchen!
BTW; you can't really duplicate an SBS box as it holds all the FSMO roles in addition to P2V testing being optional if they spend the time as a billable activity (assuming you can P2V with enough physical resources).
THIS! Richard obviously works in a nice posh fortune 500 org where such resources are available to HIM. Meanwhile back int he real world for everyone else (Small Medium Business), rolling the dice is only option. As you said, it's all a risk/reward calculation as to when and where to be proactive with the expendature of resources.
I find the lambasting of "should do this retard" to be quite insulting. As employees, we don't always get that option to do what is theoretically in the best interests of the company we work for.
Damned if you do, damned if you don't. Welcome to IT.
Scheduling an emergency patch and reboot with terminal servers among all employees is a huge PITA! "Awww, do we have too. I've got all this work to...*BEEP*." Sorry guys, finger slipped when it asked me to reboot or not. OTOH, server secure
Only if we could keep hydrogen liquid at room temperature by combining it with... carbon......
Depending on the size of the organization: CxO's view is abstracted to only focus on the business side of things. Core concepts and paradigms that match expected work-flow and ROI. It's truly the the layers below that actually choose the tools (technology) and implement them. In some cases the CIO will choose the tool (being clueless and going on buzzwords features alone), but really it's the IT Director that does the implementation to make all that magic work.
CIO: I want product X because it does ZY. Make it happen #1 (IT Dir)!
IT Dir: Ok, but here are the prerequisites and expected time to completion. I have the OK? Good *cracks whip*. IT staff, start working on this new project. That include Network, Workstation, and Server group.
Honestly, the certification should back up field experience, not the other way around.
Been working IT since 1996. MCITP, MCDST, MCTS, MSCE (2000).
Honestly, I wasn't aware that this was set in nvram. Good to know.