I don't disagree, but to be fair you can turn on iCloud backups and simply restore it all back.
apple has nothing like this, do they? normally, its an all or nothing wipe, just like outlook 'wants'.
Moxier, a 3rd party iOS app.
Would most people be better off undiagnosed? When it comes to mental "illness", often the only (or at least the best) treatments are behavioral therapy, in which the "illness" is trained away.
I agree. And so do I.
If a meter is not equal to a metre, where are we going ? A liter not being equal to a litre ? A ton not being equal to a tonne ? A gallon not being equal to a gallon ?
He demonstrated that an ass is the same as an arse.
The actual quote is, "50 are ranked in Alexa’s top 100,000 most popular websites." Quite different than the summary but would still be interesting to know.
To answer the question in your subject, the company owns the company data and you own your data. Unfortunately, on most devices without a third party solution your personal data is wiped along with the company's. The capabilities of Mobile Device Management software are very intrusive.
I expect to get the living hell modded out of me when I say the iPhone has been a secure platform for BYOD for awhile now (I don't remember if it's the 3GS or 4 where security was tightened up). Besides the Configurator, something as humble as ActiveSync can manage them. Same goes for many of the latest Android devices. The point is it's easy to natively get strong security on a mobile device. How good it meets your needs depends on your needs.
Remote wipe? Try an airplane mode with wifi and Dropbox. If you own your device, you can image your device to your SD card.
What's your point? I didn't buy a phone to keep it in Airplane Mode.
Used to be you got a job, if you were good at it, the company would pay for your education to get even better.
Used to be, you got educated by your company, you could take a sabbatical.
The jobs you describe are still around. Hint: If there is a foosball table anywhere on company property you probably don't have one of these jobs. If you do it won't be for long.
The remote tools only do what you've agreed to let them do in a BYOD agreement/policy, so someone who opted in doesn't have much room to complain.
BYOD is no different than using a personal car, or a breifcase, and having company documents in either.
It's very different. There are regulations about how different classifications of data can be moved around and stored. You can have things on your phone that you can't have in a briefcase in your car. And there is more opportunity for a phone to be lost or stolen.
I visited the site and am not sure what they're talking about. All I can say is there is a lot of non-open hardware in their photos. Oh, well... Time to free my monitor from displaying this bullshit.
982 MWh/day / 24 = ~41 megawatts
My physics teacher would laugh you out of the room. Watch your units. You might get a correct result but your solution is half-assed.
982MWh : 1d = 982MWh : 24h = 982/24 MW.
Thanks for reminding me why I skipped school so often.
I don't disagree with your premise. I work in a health based organization and the SPAM and "dirty word" lexicons block legit e-mails. I've also found that for receiving e-mails SPF and most other common sense checks block too much legit mail. God forbid businesses configure their hosts / gateways correctly. And don't get me started on third party mailer services. It makes an impossible job more impossibler.
If you ran an open relay you were on the right end of a blacklisting.
I wish I had mod points for you.