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I worked for a company and wrote a utility function. I had a problem and called the help desk to find out who could best help me. After a short delay, they gave me my name and phone number! I was no help to me at all!
- I would love to change the world, but they won’t give me the source code.
Well, I make my living using technology.
All my hobbies involve technology (although I guess I could go out for a walk or read a book).
Of course when I finish that book I need technology to buy a new one (which was also created using technology).
The technology I need was created using different technologies.
Technology keeps my food and drinks cold or frozen and it's technology that helps me prepare it.
Winter is coming and even though it's still 20+ C inside the house I do sometimes have the heater on on a cold day which is, you guessed it, more technology.
I could go on for a while, but you get the idea.
It's probably not what you (or Gartner) meant, but I'm going to put both my hands and feet up into the air
We all surrounded with technology...
The question is what you are doing when that technology stops working?
Where is your breaking point?
If a broken phone paralyzes you, you are enslaved...
If you starting to panic when the washing machine flooding the flat, you are only overreacting...
A heating refrigerator will freak out almost anyone...
"The only place where Success comes before Work is in the dictionary." Vidal Sassoon, 1928 - 2012
I have an issue the device I am working on will not work, worked yesterday, install Eset Anti-virus, appears to work, Eset runs all night scan. System wont run today...Eset removed... still won't connect... I am suspicious...this has happened before...
I have had problems where my anti-virus (Malwarebytes) insists on quarantining the exe file of a program I have written myself (and know contains nothing that can be considered a virus in any way!)
I can whitelist the exe or the containing folder, but that's little comfort, because once a user has installed the program, he may have the same problem. Have yet to find a solution for that...
Could it be something along those lines?
Anything that is unrelated to elephants is irrelephant Anonymous - The problem with quotes on the internet is that you can never tell if they're genuine Winston Churchill, 1944 - Never argue with a fool. Onlookers may not be able to tell the difference. Mark Twain
I also use MBAM, together with Windows Defender, and I had a similar case of a "false positive" in MBAM, and I think I was able to provide info about it through Malwarebyte website so that they could update their database. This loop takes longer but I do not see this MBAM detection coming back - it looks like this worked, at least in my case …
The little bleeder, I have to have an IP connection to use a some hardware. Fine. The hardware then talks to another piece of software (IP) to talk back to the software simulation of another bit of hardware.
The issue was the Eset getting in the way of the connection back to my PC despite it being told to ignore the issue. Why the blood and stomach pills didn't somebody look at this, it is causing my Team no end of problems! We have to excluded from the group, so here we are swinging in the breeze...
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