"Libre Office" is really clunky to say and just sounds bad. Open Office stays on my machine for the sole reason that I like the name better.
The problem was the employees wanting to put their personal devices on the corporate network to surf the web. The corporate wireless network is there strictly for corporate issued machines (laptops and the occasional blackberry), not for Joe Blow's laptop, iPhone, or Galaxy. Employees were unwilling to accept that there's no good reason for their personal crap being attached to the network.
I didn't design the network, I was part of a team brought in specifically to secure it where prior to us there wasn't much of a security presence. The network was like the wild west. Before I left I did manage to deploy wireless security at one site with an eye on rolling it out everywhere with corporate being next.
I worked NetSec for a global casino/resort company. At nearly every site a few times a month I would send local IT to go find wifi routers plugged into our network. Employees would bring in cheap routers because we didn't allow wifi other than the guest network which was strictly for corporate visitors (ie. sales reps, etc) and they wanted to use their personal devices for whatever. This happened even at corporate, where I sat.
Creative Labs owns Emu and Ensoniq, not Korg. There are no CL chips in any Korg products.
I managed to get 320x240 working on a Red Hat 6.2 VM I tried to stand up for nostalgia. Tried a variety of drivers and kept screwing around with the config but ended up just giving up. I cobbled together a P3 from parts I had laying around and installing it there.
... can run Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 without a hitch. Your hardware would have to be P3 class to have issues with Win7+, and even then there's a few upgrades that can be done to make it useable.
I've heard some of that near verbatim from senior management whenever a new security measure is introduced.
what land is this you live in?
No, seriously upper management has ALWAYS been the bane of anything IT related. Every boneheaded request, every response of "well, why can't I do that?" or "... it would just be easier for me that way..." always comes from senior management and no matter how many times you tell them why it has to be done a certain way, they just don't get it.
I caught a VP of one of my former employers surfing tumblr for pics of women that flash their tits in public and ONLY that. He was very consistent when looking for these pics. I got wind of it when I was given access to our Solera Deep See box right after being brought in. I monitored his activity for a week then checked his past activity and, sure enough, big tits flashed in public. Used a tool to capture his IE history: Big tits flashed in public.
I've seen execs that liked to search for wierd stuff, and they're all usually very specific on what they surf for.
Many of you have probably forgotten about this incident that drew attention to the FBI's ability to turn on a phone's features even while it's off. I would assume that the two (baseband processor and "roving bug") are connected.
the ED-209 was the mech that went crazy at the beginning of the movie. The one that looks like it was the model for some of the Mechwarrior mechs.
In 2020, I would expect nothing less than armed Mechs patrolling the streets. Not some American OCP ED-209 garbage either, no, only a sleek and shiny Gundam, Veritech, or some other type of mech will do.
I mean, Samsung is hardly the first company to release this sort of thing. Devices like the Z1 android watch have been around for some time from China for quite some time now and there's a glut of GSM based watch phones coming from there as well.
You change the mac address by either changing the device you're using or spoofing it. The purpose being to be able to access Hulu again.
Exactly what are you getting at here???
or, if your current router supports changing the MAC address do that and get a new IP. It really isn't that hard to get a new IP from your ISP without calling them up.