A new study coming from Blancco Technology Group sheds some light on which devices are the most reliable, based on reliability.
I shudder to think how they would otherwise determine which devices are the most reliable.
How do I get into the Singapore tablet sales market, so I can sell to the civil service customer for goofing off?
Well, I'd been a happy 25Mbs comcast subscriber for quite some time, but was looking forward to the day that some company would run fiber into my neighborhood. Google announced the Atlanta area, but not in the suburbs where I live.
Then AT&T came through announcing their fiber in my neighborhood, and within weeks I got a letter from comcast telling me I could upgrade my service. Still, I haven't had customer service problems with comcast's internet folks, the uptime has been great. Competition is great. I may switch to AT&T, but I've heard such terrible customer service stories.... and I've heard stories about comcast that don't reflect my experience, so I don't know how much to make out of the complaints. Of course, people don't jump up and down ranting about good service, so the negativity always seems to over represent customer experience for pretty much every company, but I don't see why, with my upgraded speeds and (so far) great service, I should risk change.
If computers take over (which seems to be their natural tendency), it will serve us right. -- Alistair Cooke