Perhaps we need better programs and better ways of connecting the programs. Think of it like this, we have a house full of appliances (simple programs) and we have a power plant (a more complex program). Now the average user knows to connect the appliance to the power, they simply have to plug it in to an outlet in the wall. We don't expect everyone to know or understand how to wire a house, knowledge of the power grid, or even the different voltage levels and amps. We (the experts) have simplified the process to where 110 and 220 volt outlets are different shapes and cannot fit into one another and even different amp circuits can have different shapes. The user knows that if the plug fits in the wall, then that was the correct outlet to use. If they plug too many appliances in, it will trip the breaker and they know that they have overloaded the circuit. We do need better programs but we need to come up with a standard method of connecting those programs together that is simple and easy to use.
The moonshot is targeted for a different workload than general computing. We are currently looking at them for replacing our VDI solution. We have several pieces of software that need a better video card and cpu than what a typical VM could provide. With the moonshot we can simply install our software on the bare metal hardware and skip the visualization layer. The moonshot supports 45 blades and you can get a blade that has 4 servers built in, without a hard drive of course. 45 * 4 = 180 desktops per 4.3U with better performance CPU and video wise. I think the moonshot has it's place in more specialty places but defiantly not general computing. Just an HP customer
Let me help you even more I still got the original APF TV FUN pong console, still works great. Still feel old??? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A...
Most archival solutions that enable end-users to search the archives are more expensive than just purchasing the disk storage.
Why does everyone automatically assume that if you get a touch screen you will throw the keyboard and mouse away? I almost always use the keyboard and mouse but there are times I would love to have a touch screen. Mostly while I give presentations and such. Why not use what's best for the job and not pick only one or the other?
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Then how come the funniest racist jokes I have heard was told by the person the joke was about? I have heard some really funny black jokes from a couple different black friends.
Take a look at cluster shared volumes, Hyper-V has supported shared storage since 2008 R2.
Where I work, All certification is paid for by the company and we get to do it on company time. There is actually a budget set aside for training and everyone can take as many classes and certifications as they want )as long as it's relevant to their job) until that budget is gone.
I have met a few people excited about the Metro screen. But these people barely know how to use a computer and to them, Metro is a lot easier to find what programs they want to run. I personally don't mind Windows 8 and Metro although the first thing I did was set the default for all Metro apps to the full version and pin my most used programs to the taskbar. Any time that I need another program, I simply hit the windows key, type in the first few characters of what I want and hit enter. Metro pops up and goes away quickly.
I use the Laser Jet printer at work for my personal stuff. Why use up all my supplies? Sometimes it pays to be the one monitoring the printer logs. >: )
Why would I want to require a college degree to flip burgers?
I can't remember the name of it but there is some big library software that requires printers with public IP addresses. The printers sit at the clients site but are configured on the companies servers directly. They recommend that no firewall is configured because it might interfere with the print jobs. I only found out because I had to replace a Jet-direct card that was hosed. They finally started allowing printing to locally attached printers last year but most setups are still the old way.
Form what it looks like to me, they are using the random increases and decreases to create a sort of "fingerprint" of the recording. This fingerprint could then be used to verify that the recording is genuine at any other time. It would be very hard to duplicate the random noise in a recording exactly if you tried to tamer with the recording.
Not everyone likes big boobs and six pack abs
That's why I offer all the girls a keg instead