SLIDE 2: "Agenda: What Is Collaboration - What Is Powerpoint Collaboration - How Powerpoint Collaboration Helps Megacorp - How to Use Powerpoint Collaboration - Powerpoint Collaboration Policy - Reporting Powerpoint Collaboration Misuse - Conclusion"
SLIDE 3: Pirated graphic of unrealistically fit and happy office people high-fiving. "What Is Collaboration"
SLIDES 4-50:...much needless content...
SLIDE 51: Pirated graphic of business man stupidly raising his hand like a fucking second grader. "Any Questions?"
>> As Apple/Android Pay on sites becomes a standard
It'll be many years before I hook a credit card up to my phone. Part of the reason I keep my family on the Google infrastructure is that their app store doesn't require a credit card (and I'm still looking for the first mobile app I'd need to buy), so it would take two leaps of faith to get me to link up built-in payment to my device.
I think a lot of this has to do with the lingering effects of a hundred "don't close your browse / click refresh / click twice" warnings during that critical credit card submit/commit step. They make me nervous enough on a PC wired to a network - I really don't want to see a dropped connection during this step if I'm my mobile device. (So, I may build up a shopping cart with my phone, but I usually wait until I'm at a trusted PC before buying.)
From Facebook's perspective, the best thing about testing "developing countries" is probably that dropping a drone on someone's head from 60,000 feet will mean, at worst, they're out a three goats and a pair of chickens. (See also: drug makers and name-a-country.)
Walmart was a huge proponent of AS2 to talk to its suppliers back in the day. And I remember the pharmas here in the US were playing with AS2 to do "pedigrees" that tracked product from endpoint to endpoint. So...why isn't Walmart looking at AS2 (or AS4) to do the same here?
In the US, the same people currently complaining about fake news sites also tend to be the ones who fight voter ID programs. I can't see how a "verified person to has web site" would fly with that crowd.
which ain't gonna happen on tens of millions of corporate desktops...
>> set it through Group Policy
nope, that won't won't be allowed either.
I see only pain ahead, and it's going to be felt worst by Betty Sues' who run this one command-line tool once a day/week on their shitty seven-year-old Dell desktop to their job, and the managers who will ask IT why they are getting screwed again. Maybe this is how the "year of the Linux Desktop" finally gets going?