You would consider divorcing your wife just because her mother won't get the latest iPad?
The iPad 2 is compatible with Mother-in-Law version 1.0 or lower. Newer iPads requires Mother-in-Law version 2.0 or higher. Each new version of Mother-in-Law gets more bitchier than the last version. Not upgrading is a wise decision.
When I was a grad student, part of my job was running the security lab. I could reimage the entire lab(about 75 machines) in less than 15 minutes.
Lab computers with NO USER DATA can be reimaged in 15 minutes. I have imaged 3,000+ brand new computers for various PC refresh projects, but transferring gigabytes of USER DATA between computers still take time. Users tend to get upset if their data goes missing.
You are incompetent and inept, which is what people with multiple AA degrees are.
So says the Anonymous Coward with lab experience and no real world experience.
At least get an AS degree if you are going to stay in the kiddie pool.
I have an A.A. degree in General Education (1994) and a A.S. in Computer Programming (2007). You can only have one A.A. degree but multiple A.S. degrees from the community college system. As for my A.S. degree, I made the president's list for maintaining a 4.0 GPA while working 40 hours a week as a technician and taking classes part-time for five years.
You showed that you have no clue about programming, computer and network security or how computers actually work and you rip on someone else that is more intelligent and educated than you?
When I worked at Google in 2008, I had to demonstrate to a software engineer how to turn on his computer because his intelligence and education never prepared him for the real world. Most software engineers are really clueless when it comes to working with hardware.
You should go get another AA to boost your cred.
I'm working on the CompTIA Security+ certification for my government job as a security support specialist. After that I'll get my ITIL Foundation certification since I'm working for an ITIL organization. The next step after that is the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and the CCNA Security certifications. Just because I have two associate degrees doesn't mean that my education is over.
I wasn't aware that I had a problem until my Joomla and Wordpress websites became unstable several months ago. The webhosting company claimed that the problem wasn't on their end. So I had to investigate what was going on. Low and behold, I found log files with all the failed login attempts. The various security hardening guides recommended changing the name of the default admin accounts and using strong passwords. That alone reduced the number of attacks by half since the hackers will have to guess both the admin account name and the password.
Everybody got an individual office and the usual perks and yet when you asked people about what they were working on, they could rarely produce an answer that was related to a meaningful product or a service.
Acadmics, what did you expect?