Interestingly, all the CSIRAC history forgets to mention it was located at Chisholm Institute of Technology's Caulfield campus (now Monash) for a long time as a display of one of the earliest computers ever made. I worked there and had the keys into the display, I now wish I'd added a bit of graffiti to the mercurary delay lines.
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I get 70meg a second at my desk
(And the Microsoft guys we had in last month, couldn't believe you can download the Windows 7 iso, in under 5 minutes until they all did it themselves)
I guess it makes up for the crappy pay......
The Current Austrlian Prime Minisiter was born in Wales, in a mining village.
Most Australians can only wonder that a miners daughter from overseas, is now the Australian Leader.
I've overseen the management of ~600 macs running an SOE for the last 9 years.
AD for authentication
OSX servers for the applicaton of the mac equiverlent of Group policy settings
and Radia to deploy software (now called HP openview something arrather)
We have not been happy with Radia since HP bought it a few years ago, so after a review of products last year we are now moving to Casper (the friendly ghost) from JAMF
see http://www.jamfsoftware.com/ for more info, it works fine
As far as I know importing motor cycles into India, is restricted and expensive, you have to buy local !!!!
(based on a mate who wanted to ride his bike across India, and had to prove he still had it when he left)
and every screw looks like a nail
omg, its takien us 7 years to undo this sort simple to setup, difficult to protect system.
Once the auditors found it, it was year after year of explaining that 10% of systems have been moved off the plain text passwords, then 25% then 50%, etc
My advice, only ever do this, if you are not securing anything scure, and you will never have to face an security audit board.
the local articles state, that the "medical drill" that was on-site, was to small to drill a hole this big, so something with more "torque" was located.
I can just see the ad's now, You don't need to be a brain surgeon to work our drills, etc, etc