decided posting instead of modding you down, since you may not know that Apple does not use OpenSSL, therefore you are just wrong.
we have specialized hardware as our firewall
we have an antivirus on all machines
we are policies to restrict software to only allow sanctioned bits.
we have sensible subnetting in place
I admin 600 client machines and the only issue in over 9 years was an IIS security issue.
I am not saying we are 100% secure, but really, if you think about it, SSL isn't going to do anything for us.
if you have wsus without ssl, it works fine after importing the update from the catalog.
i don't see the need of ssl on an internal small server, anyway even with ssl you can enable tls 1.2 manually and it will work.
this article is also misleading, since the update itself is a regular update and not labeled "update 1" or even a service pack, but on every windows version out there there are updates that depend on other updates, especially service packs, so nothing new here.
There is one. Pcmover by laplink (not the free version) says that it can migrate apps as well as data.
If you only want to migrate the data and profiles, use USMT (free), it's a command line tool but works fine.
If you are migrating to 7 instead of 8.1, use windows easy transfer, it's a GUI to usmt that comes with it built in, download for XP and then format and double click on the
The problem isn't needing a microsoft account (i.e live account to sync settings), the problem is that the program won't install if you are using a non-microsoft account in windows 8, which practically means you can't use this on business machines.
Not true, whatsapp doesn't store contacts, as it doesn't do contacts authorization.
When you change your android phone, you put your gmail account and you get your contacts back (this is being done by the OS), whatsapp just queries the server to find out if your contacts have whatsapp and shows accordingly.
I would love to get your local cable monopoly, or 6 Mbps choice.
In Venezuela, we get 1.5 Mbps on average.
You guys aren't that bad, you just can't compete with Europe or Asia (how should you? the US is quite bigger and harder to lay down fiber)
You are mostly right, i live in Venezuela, here we only get charged for data/outgoing sms/outgoing calls. Incoming sms and calls are free, as they should. Of course, our cell plans suck, for example i only get 60 minutes a month, 300 sms and 250 MB of data.
You are wrong about whatsapp not caring for new accounts, it is widely known whatsapp 450M users have about 70% of daily use.
Here a trick for whatsapp users: don't want to pay anually? Have android? Borrow an iphone, put your simcard, buy whatsapp for 1$, put your simcard back into your android phone. Boom, you get lifetime service for 1$.
Whatsapp is good enough, its strenght isn't security or privacy, but rather its comfort. You don't need to add anyone, no pins, usernames, passwords or logging in. If you want security then use BBM.
If you don't want 7.x you can use 6.1.6 which got released to fix this
Why should we try to pursue women to work in tech? We have to accept they are different and the majority doesn't like working in tech.
I cringe every time i see something being specially tailored for them. In Venezuela, they even have their own bank. It's stupid, what happened to equality?
Problem is, that 8.1 is being marketed as a new OS. It's not a service pack. Technically it may be even less than a service pack in changes.
europe countries are a lot smaller
i=i+1 or i+=1 or i++
This is common practice on lots of countries. In Venezuela this has been going for almost a century (though i don't know the current status since our problem with $$$), they give you a scholarship to study abroad with the condition to come back, otherwise they give you (or your relatives) the bill.
i don't get all the haters here that say to avoid the day. if you NEED something, buy it if you can find a good deal, and if you want to avoid people then buy online. that's it.
sometimes Americans just try to find a cat's fifth paw .