That's when the first spear was used.
We have to include scads of attorneys in every security incident. They grab 90% of the oxygen in the room, rattle off endless questions and NEVER EVER bring anything to the table. All they ever do is demand draft communications documents for the customer and then relentlessly and obsessively red line everything including the few fragments they themselves offered. After about 9 or 10 iterations of this the lawyers play the passive aggressive game and mumble "do whatever you want!".
Don't you love it when the 3 people leading your meeting are lawyers who, when you ask them for anything, the first thing they say is "Well I'm not technical so I can't say." BUT YOU JUST DID SAY, YOU FUCKING SHITHEAD. IN FACT ALL ANYONE HAS DONE FOR THE PAST 90 MINUTES IS LISTEN TO MICROMANAGE.
Die die die die cut all their heads off on Youtube every last one.
Let the state tax the hell out of the Federal government. Chalk up the NSA's overhead as an unfunded mandate. Oh the irony.
Lean in, then fall in, on your ass.
The man lived in the middle of the jungle in a third world nation. Of course it burned down. No doubt 50 squatters were living there when it did.
I rarely respond to morons like you but in your case I'll make an exception because I have 30 seconds to kill.
And drop the Bo Burnham glasses. Then jump off the roof.
fb comments are only marginally less retarded than YouTube comments.
To pay for my three kids scholarships. Keep up the good work Brotards particularly the communications majors and environmental science majors.
There aren't that many people who are going to want to repeatedly shell out $600 for a phone that they lose or break in a year. It's about price points not about the phones. People will spend "X" dollars and give or take, no more. That translates in about $250 as the top end of the price scale people are generally willing to spend.
I don't practice particularly careful practices with my phone AT ALL, installing and uninstalling things all the time, etc etc and at most, at the absolute most, I've seen one chunk of malware. The real problem is not malware it's the permissions you grant the legitimate stuff you put on. WHY, does such and such game or widget need my phone book, email address book, call log browser history and location db? That's the problem right there.
More than 5?
The only thing more consistent than their cheapness is corporations' anal retentive micro management. They will require you to supply your own devices (from an approved list of course) and then they will proceed to burden it with so much management, security, asset and tracking software as to render it useless. Which will then drive up the hardware requirements even more until they require you to own massively overpowered devices and enormous cost. Employees will balk - first in one's and two's then in waves and the whole thing blows up in everyone's face.
Our sysadmins use 4 core latest and greatest 8GB laptops. Minimum. And with that, they're barely serviceable.
Who thought that one up?
Seriously. Isn't this more or less the same thing?