You could easily get rid of physical keys, their isn't that many variants of keys out there. Just go into some Home Depot one day and look through a box of locks, you'll see paired locks with the same key beside each other, as they are meant to be sold as pairs. And often there's only a few different keys in the box. To make it more interesting if you go through a few boxes you won't see many more keys in the boxes.
There are a few issues I can see for Blackberry
- Smaller Company with too many models for a company that is only in a single area (17 phones in 5 models currently on their website). This should have been reduced to a handful, in various price brackets.
- Not innovating as much as they use to. I don't recall many big news innovations or changes from RIM for awhile.
- Increased competition, more companies making phones.
One of the biggest pro's, over all of their competition is the fact that the phone can be centrally managed, though at an increased cost, with BES, it's $55/user at 500 users, and 2000 users/server. The Server price alone is $3000. They have added a product line to manage android and iOS devices as well, This looks like it's an additional cost as well, ontop of the cost for the BES server, the fuctionality should be part of BES not as a seperate server.
But the price is way high, and they would make a great deal more money, with a lower server price, with an option for licenses that must be renewed at a lower cost per year (or 3 years etc) to perpetual licenses at an increased cost.
to disable just change app.update.silent to false, in about:config
Things that people forget to look at
1 - What does the employer/client want you to use? The company may have a method they want you to use, for various reasons that you must adapt to. Or a client may want to have it in a method that they can modify later, with some tool. There may be standards or policies guiding the development process as well.
2 - The site may have special requirements, eg. database driven, etc.
3 - Legal Liabilities, have you made sure not to weaken the security of the site, through bad coding practices. Also if you copy code from another site, is there any copyright claims attached to it.
I know I am forgetting a great deal more, but the biggest thing for me is to gather requirements, what do they need, and want, and what is the end user suppose to see and get from their experience. Once you have enough information, you will know if you need to use something like dreamweaver, or you can code it yourself, or you should use some off the shelf software to provide the user experience.
These are the laws that can be used currently in Canada.
Theft of a Telecommunication Service (Section 326)
(1) Every one commits theft who fraudulently, maliciously, or without colour of right,
(a) abstracts, consumes or uses electricity or gas or causes it to be wasted or diverted; or
(b) uses any telecommunication facility or obtains any telecommunication service.
Definition of “telecommunication”
(2) In this section and section 327, “telecommunication” means any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writing, images or sounds or intelligence
of any nature by wire, radio, visual or other electromagnetic system.
Mischief (Section 430 (1)(c) and Section 430(1)(d))
(1) Every one commits mischief who wilfully
(c) obstructs, interrupts or interferes with the lawful use, enjoyment or operation of property; or
(d) obstructs, interrupts or interferes with any person in the lawful use, enjoyment or operation of property.
Mischief in relation to data (Section 430 (1.1)(c))
(1.1) Every one commits mischief who wilfully
(c) obstructs, interrupts or interferes with the lawful use of data; or
(d) obstructs, interrupts or interferes with any person in the lawful use of data or denies access to data to any person who is entitled to access thereto.
This is generally not an issue with switched Ethernet, unless there is a speed and duplex misconfiguration, which will happen either if one side of a link is forced and the other isn't, or some network cards and switch combinations can have problems negotiating on occassion, but it's becoming less and less common. (unless you are using the old Baystack 450's)
There are big differences in 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz, first 2.4Ghz has only channels 1, 6, and 11 (in North America, elsewhere there is also 14) that can handle 20Mhz frequencies without interference, at 40Mhz there is 1 or 2, depending on location. The 5Ghz range has about 20 channels that have full 20Mhz ranges available (some countries have more, some less). This leads to a lot less crowding.
Secondly 2.4Ghz has a lot of other devices on this range causing interferences, such as cordless phones, leaky microwaves, video senders (and some of these use frequency hopping, with high power, but using 10Mhz), bluetooth, cordless keyboard and mice, and car alarms are ones off the top of my head, and I think there are some baby monitors in the range as well. 5.0Ghz does have anything in the range as far as I recall, with the exception of radar (in the US), but those ranges are not usable in the US.
The biggest issue with the 5.0Ghz is the penetration power, it may not pass through concrete walls or water, as well as 2.4Ghz. But I really don't plan to use an ipad while I am underwater in a pool.