Greek goddess goes to jail ya'll
i certainly couldn't cope in finance or psycology, but I'm not put into situations where I am expected to have a full working knowledge of the minutae of those fields and then left to my own devices to function - 'idiot be dammed'
That's basically what lawnboy was apparently suggesting - and that's a theory alot of sysadmins would reject in practice (i would love it if everyone could function in that way) but most won't and so it is left to us to safeguard them from themselves as well as others as much as possible. That's all it's about - it's not disdain for the person as a human, just a recognition of their skillset and the expectation that we should realisticlly have for them.
(note - this is the actual study publication - not the Ars news story about said publication)
Work is called that for a reason. Hopefully you are fortunate enough to enjoy the work that you do, making it seem less like work, but work it is and shall be and sucks to the whiners.
Decide to let the marketing team decide their own security - a task for which they have neither the training, time, or inclination to do, and now nobody can access anything because the network is overrun with malware.
Businesses run on specialization. Embrace that fact and let people ruin their own equipment. Not the company's.
The only important differentiators for single system buyers is the games available. Do they have the game(s) I want to play (and online with friends)
Storage is not a big deal and most new buyers wont even notice because the products will shortly fall of the shelf - which raises a more interesting question - will this actually end up happening or will Wal-Mart and the like leverage their ample weight against MS and cry foul because of now unsellable inventory?
This is the sort of question you might ask after trying to actually verify his supposed MS in Information Technology from the University of Maryland, College Park campus. The registrar has no record of it. In fact the current University of Maryland grad department doesn't even show this degree as being commonly available to anyone. A search of his college records shows no attendance after he received his BS degree in Psychology on 12/20/98. In fact his last day of school 12/19/98 wrapped up the six years it took Kundra to obtain his undergraduate degree.
Link to Original Source