Dell Compellent's storage array has a very intuitive web management console. It is by far the easiest storage platform I have ever used.
Exactly. Cisco's UC has the same capabilities. I'm sure all other UC by other vendors have the same features.
Nothing to see here.
WTF? The subject was supposed to be "BlackBerry 10 > Android". Thanks a lot Slashdot.
And BB 10 > iOS.
Seriously. Give BB 10 a try. It's clean, responsive and secure. Plus with the latest 10.2.1 OS you can load Android APK files directly on the device. It really is a solid platform.
He basically stole $19M. That's $19M that could have been used for *real* research to help people.
He's a piece of crap.
Except that the company that she works for runs websites like collegehumor.com and feature comments like hers all of the time. Her company actually profits from crude humor.
Isn't that hypocritical?
They argue that if the new ones really are so good, people will buy them on their own without being forced to do so.
If we had pollution and carbon taxes, that might be a valid argument. But we don't, and so people have no reason to take into account all the damage they're causing. With such massive externalities, any appeal to free market principles is a straw man.
Which is why Betamax won the video format war. Oh, wait...
Yeah, because I wanted to swap tapes 4 times during a movie.
MidAmerican Energy's rates are currently at $0.04.
300 desktops/laptops, 800 mobile devices (iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Qualcom MCP200) and the phone system as well. There are multiple other systems as well, but I won't go into detail...
I could go on and on, but it's pretty obvious that the OP is overstaffed. The manager needs to manage, and they need to automate repetitive tasks, and use a ticket system.
I'm the Director of IT for my company. 1,000 employees, 15 physical servers, 6 ESXi hosts, countless VM's, 12 locations around the country. We have a total of 4 people in IT. Exchange, SQL, Windows, Linux, massive SAN, you name it - we probably have it.
Be careful when talking to management. You might get downsized.
Stop calling everything computer related "cyber".
I guess "bh" means black hole. I'm blackholed, too, when accessing it from outside of the US. It could be a poor man's DDoS protection method.
So, Americans who are outside the country cannot sign up on the WORLD WIDE WEB?
Yeah, I would say this is definitely a government project.
guilty until proven innocent like?
That seems to be working for Norman....er....wait...
It can, if you have a proper calendar server set up. The problem is most places I've been don't or the end user doesn't click the button to do so because they don't know it is there and don't have that set up as the default view because they don't know they can.
So, in other words: No, not by default. Outlook doesn't require user knowledge to set it up in a corporate environment with Exchange. It just runs and you are able to see other people's calendars when setting up an appointment. That is a huge advantage.