Indeed, I've always thought that agreeing to allow the Activesync portion of the Android exchange client to remotely wipe all my data was a bit harsh. That said, I'm in charge of the Exchange server so there ain't gonna be any wiping of my phone. Obviously the boss has to stay nice though.
Yeah, I was always utterly confused as to why they stuck to Blackberry for this, rather than using Skype on iPhone/Android. I think that most people viewed Skype as "calling" application, even though the text chat was totally fine. It's already cross-platform and free. Must be the Microsoft curse at work.
This is exactly the same as Good ( http://www1.good.com/applications/good-for-enterprise ) and Samsung Knox is something similar.
I wonder if they'll manage to carve out a place for themselves based on BES inertia. However, having administered BES, I sincerely hope they do the dodo.
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I didn't say anything about democracy, did I?
I was saying that Russia remains a communist country - and it still is , in more ways than one - despite being a so-called "democracy"
BTW, "Federal Republic" doesn't really mean anything other than it has no "king"
Are you trolling? How can a democracy, even one where the incumbent party uses dirty tricks to stay in power, ever be communist? I don't think you know what the word means, apart from some sort of "like the evil old USSR" attribution. Please go and read something about politics before spouting off on subjects you are clearly extremely ignorant of.
As for democratic politicians using dirty tricks, if I can assume you are a US citizen for a moment, you may want to look back at Fox calling votes for Bush Jr when in fact no such thing had occurred. Corruption and dirty tricks happen wherever there is power, not just under communism and certainly not just in Russia.
Regardless of this, it still works with 64-bit VFL drivers. I have been using Skype on 64-bit Debian for around a year with my V4L-2 compatible webcam.
Speak for yourself. Sunbathing here in Sweden is absolutely not unhealthy at reasonable levels (IE - not without sunblock at 1PM). I also like to have a good book with me to read in the sun (on the beach/in the park or wherever) and so back-lighting *is* a problem. Also - why the hell wouldn't I take my device to the beach? Are you too clumsy to keep your stuff out of the sand?
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Now I wonder if I have just Whooshed!
"Wikipedia (the admins, really) is notorious for this false belief. They protect it like a religious dogma. Because they know that it would make their whole false reality break down. (Just like with religious people.)"
I don't wish to defend Wikipedia, which is often a hive of scum and villainy, but referencing your sources is absolutely *vital* and *required* practice in writing academic papers, and so should it be for all logical reasoning which is based on earlier works. You can't reasonably expect someone arguing about climate change to explain how convection and condensation work as part of their argument can you? Previous research exists which can be referred to and used - it's up to the reader to check it out and see if the sources stick, but I'd definitely agree that an argument with references is likely to be at least slightly better researched than a random stream of groundless opinion.
For more on the above see the References section at:
Remember when we use to say how bad the Soviet Union was because you needed papers to travel.
Top tier: i7, for hardcore graphics needs on a single station.
Middle tier: Core 2 Quad, for large-scale, multi-system computation.
Bottom tier: Pentium Dual Core (Wolfdale), for all general purpose, gaming and media center PCs.
I actually love the 2.8 GHz Wolfdales. Easy to OC.