These devices don't belong on an enterprise network anyway. They're allowed on a guest network and that's it.
Who in their right mind is going to allow these personal devices on a company network? Haven't we seen enough bad things happen with stuff like this?
I saw one EHR deployment where every client/user logged into the database as "SA".
Unfortunately this isn't limited to heatlhcare. I know of banks (plural) where everyone in the office logged into their Novell systems as "admin". Everyone.
With the abysmal state of IT security these days? No you will get no argument from me.
Let's look at why IT security is where it's at today: We have people forcing new, untested, cool buzzword technology into the workplace that are not needed.
So if you were implying its always down, your link doesn't back up your implication.
Yep, you got it. I was implying that AWS is always down. Always. No exceptions. Never running.
HR and management snuck in some Samsung tablets and put in our secret wifi password to get around corporate IT and then were infuriated when we threatened to report them.
This is why I don't allow any PSK wireless networks on the corporate network. It's all based on certificates and domain membership. No unauthorized devices allowed.
It's actually very easy to setup.
I'm just going to leave this here: https://www.google.com/#q=aws+outage+history
Doesn't the VMware web console still require flash?
>implying you'll be safe from terrorists
Correct. Plus there's nothing stopping people from creating their own communication software, protocols or encryption that would bypass whatever is being backdoored by the government.
The 4th amendment still applies regardless of your stance on privacy.
My understanding is that there are 3 generations of the 747 with the most recent being the 747-800. It sounds like more 747s are being ordered than the 787.
Only ebay? What about other sites? There's even stories about agencies like the NSA intercepting new network gear and placing custom firmware on the device.
Good job cherry picking the models.
My model has everything I said it did. Then you show a Mac with lesser specs. Good job.
I use a Dell Latitude 7440 and absolutely love it. i7, 16GB RAM, 256 SSD, 14" 1080p, backlit keyboard, great battery life with Win 7. There's no way I would pay double for a Mac with similar specs.
"You can even prioritize a device, so that your most important activity — like streaming your favorite show — gets the fastest speed."
What if I'm watching my favorite show on a different device and someone else is using the main device? Huh? WHAT THEN??? WHAT HAPPENS THEN???
Funny. QoS has been around for a looooong time.
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