A preliminary version of the specification proposal is available for review and feedback at RedfishSpecification.org (registration required for deep dive) and is being submitted as an open proposal to the Distributed Management Task Force's Scaleable Platform Management Forum."
Obviously I was referring to the x86 servers not the legacy platforms
So updating these servers with newer models via donation or whatever would go to great lengths to reduce that $20k bill.
I understand why they need the different build environments but:
2 Network switch vendors
3 UPS vendors
in 2 racks
It's like the thrift store of computer closets.
So two years after CEPT approved working towards the SMS messaging standards 3 dudes who nobody ever heard of met and invented the standard.
Unless the two unnamed people in this story are Friedhelm Hillebrand and Bernard Ghillebaert it is a myth sold to a reporter.
Otherwise it's like the guy that copyrighted email.
It is a completely acceptable defense if you aren't on the losing side
10k? People are terrible at estimating the worth their stuff has. So that's probably closer to 2 or 3k (I'm not talking replacement cost I'm talking if we had to sell the stuff wholesale)
So we got the MRI and an aspirin covered at ER rate... congrats what are we getting for the rest of your bill?
Health insurance mandate protects the responsible part of the population from the irresponsible part that thinks they are invincible. Because right now we as a society are paying for the idiots that are using the ER as their general physician
What do you do when you are trying to maximize short term shareholder value in a distribution based business?
Cut R&D, get rid of sales staff for new markets...
Hit your profit goal, sell stock, get bonus by the time the company goes under you're long gone with your friends at McKinney.
Usually it takes 3 years in hardware for a R&D cut to show in sales figures... Mark it down also mark down the current CEO will be chilling on his new island by that time
Those were replacement parts purchased on contract. Some small business probably got the contract for replacement parts and decided to cut corners
For items that absolutely need to be TAA compliant a lot of auditing is done. Especially with products that require that all handling is done on a NOFORN basis. If one of the units we manufacture and market under these regulations would be found to have a ROC sourced component it would be good night sweetheart for us.
This is the model that passed peer review despite not passing the smell test, right?
Also the model that hasn't predicted anything yet? It simply correctly models past elections back to 1980. That's not quite the same thing.
A lot of it is also crap: The model for example claims a huge multiplier effect for unemployment ONLY for incumbent Dems, incumbent Reps are not affect by unemployment in this model.
Basically they threw bunch of crap of crap together , tweaked it until they got past elections correct... it also required them to be able to selectively dismiss 7 measurements from 8 elections
And not I didn't come up with this analysis, Nate Silver did. http://www.twitter.com/fivethirtyeight
PB Blaster is an excellent product but some of the stuff put out by specialty companies such as Zep or Chemsearch is just another cut above. From my experience Zep 40 is an excellent penetrant + ptfe lubricant.
Pretty sure Android is profitable for Google. (est $3.7 billion per year in revenue)
Can't validate the comment on Google Docs but I'm pretty sure their enterprise Google Apps Domain accounts continue to grow