Mix the two. I skipped the second M of the MMR (mumps), as my sons exposure risk was minimal and it's very treatable with lower bad outcomes than the vaccine. The due to the fact that his pediatrician cares for a lot of hasidic jews she had the separate other vaccines. Now if I had lived in NYC it would be a different case as that many people from that many countries vastly increases your exposure vs the countryside. I do notice that in the 10 years between this and now the CDC's web site has changes a lot to downplay and serious results or provide solid numbers and moved to PR speak it's becoming harder and harder to find solid unbiased info.
Not to sure about that Bacula is quite happy telling me it needs a new drive to fill up, or to recycle an old one. Tape would be cheaper after I need about 30 drives but not even close for my personal stuff. But still attaching a usb drive now and again it not that labor intensive.
Backups need not be powered on. I'm many ways it's better if they are not. Even backing up twice your still cheaper than these cloud services.
They still seem to be a cell phone store that happens to stock some overpriced parts and some arduino bits. The staff has no training they do know how to push overpriced cellphones and plans.
Granted the clearance sales on some bits have been great ($5 GSM shield anybody)
Dependable banks pretty much require somebody large enough backing them. That is generally governments who can print money.
So they tracked a stolen cellphone that they failed to even turn off 24 hours later. While the hardware they used to do it was overkill and invasive (and should be illegal without a warrant) there is nothing wrong with tracking down a stolen device.
They then sat around for hours because they did not want to admit to using the device by getting a warrant. Ended up illegally forcing entry.
I do wish they were shot and killed while committing this crime (and am smart enough to know every string would be pulled to have it appear to have been legal if they were). Correct response is to see the police that did this jailed, we have to get back to yes you always need a warrant unless lives are obviously in danger. We need to roll back to before no knock warrants were the norm and return to civil society.
So they just keep arresting people till the get the answer they like? The police were specifically told no took that person into custody then went back an hour later and got a yes. There was nothing urgent about this, they effectively intimidated the girlfriend with the LAPD's normal arrest procedures.
Bitcoin was fine these guys were idiots and left a gaping hole in the exchange API. Sending your bitcoin to somebody else to hold for you is not a good idea security wise. The transactions can not be undone and there is no state run insurance backing it so they can and will loose your bitcoin.
Why are we using potable water for fracking?
Oh and how much have we paid into the universal service fund that should have made this happen.
Fiber has been around for a long time, it does not need to change so you only need to do it once. Hell the big cost of fiber is termination throwing up lots of spares is cheap.
It's worst than that Netflix is more than happy to supply the gear to put a big hunk of there network close to there clients. Comcast gets fast access to what there customers want that's local to their pops. Comcast is unabashedly says we have the eyeballs and you will pay to access them, they also pay us to access you. Comcast's control of the last mile needs to go away. A passive (or pure optical) last mile is needed. One open to all comers at the same price. Ultimately owned by the people that live there and administrated by the municipality. We need 2 cables coming into our houses power and optical fiber. I single strad can serve multiple providers with dirt cheap CDMA gear. Push the smarts back out to the edge It's ok to have a muni net that might link schools, government, local business, and residents with some lifeline internet access. Coupled with dozens of ISP's some using overlay style networks some on there own gear. Given that a company like netflix could piggyback on one or more of those ISP's and/or go direct to the muni net. Protocols will be needed to select the correct one maybe use multiple paths in parallel. Muninets that are fast and responsive to issues can be an attraction to others to migrate to that community.
Anything like that is not running on a GP computer, as the hardware is very much part of the solution. Nor should it be connected to the general corp lan, an environmental system would be a good example it goes in a DMZ gets holes punched through to exactly what it needs and can not access anything else.
Those applications are broken. If they fail to respect the OS proxy and CA settings they are the ones at fault.
In a corp environment nothing should be calling home ever, that is what they made licences servers for.
Updates should be gotten from an update server, ya know something that IT approves.
Installers calling home again should never happen.
Post SOX/HIPPA there is no secure file transfer your IT dept has a legal requirement to look and record things coming in and out the door.
It's lopsided, Verizon is more and more and eyeball network where people "consume" bandwidth they got there by pricing themselves out of most of the transit market. That puts them in a somewhat unique position that there are a tier 1 peer but should not be. They are trying to leverage the you need access to the eyeballs more then we need access to your content. Regulating Tier 1's is not easy they never really have been anything but self regulated but as they expand/develop they have a conflict of interest. Remove the conflict require the entities to only sell transit without a discount to anybody.