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I'm not convinced on either part of that: I'm a cloud sceptic, because I remember what it was like in the old days with centralised processing and data and cloud feels like a less-secure version of that. I'm not convinced it's a business model that will survive so much as a fad that will pass.
And Android is good - but...it's not Windows and it's not desktop. Yet. It might be, one day, but there is a lot of investment in desktop out there and not all of it translates to mobile devices well, or vice versa. As MS has found with Win8...
Never underestimate the power of stupid things in large numbers --- Serious Sam
You poor chap. As mmuch as I like California, I will be out there again soon, the food is a bit naff. I was going to cook that Moroccan npidgeon dish with rice and their thin pastry, the one with a bit of icing sugar sprinkled on top, its got safron and nuts and stuf inside, sound kijnd of like pidgeon birriyani in filo.
Anyway, mail on line, great rag, loads of mindless interesting crap laid out in an easy format!
Nice spacesip though, reminds me pof the face they found on mars years back,
Recently I've been responsible for migrating our company email into office 365 using cut off migration and designed a a Mail Gateway server for dealing with LOB Application generated data. Today the plan was put into execution, needless to say all the fine planning went down to a T.
Just installed the latest Java update. (yes yes, I know, that was my first mistake. Move on! )
At the end it has a notification about automatic updates being downloaded and installed, and there's a link that says "See instructions if you want to change this behaviour".
When you click the link, Notepad opens, but no file is loaded.
Is this a subtle hint that you can't change the behaviour??
Am very tempted to see just how long I can string this fellow along.
From: Mark Harris
Good day to you, I am Mark Harris, a citizen of the United Kingdom. I work with National Lottery Commission and Camelot Group PLC, "the official monitoring body and the operator of the UK National Lottery".
I have a very urgent and important financial opportunity to share with you from the National Lottery. This opportunity will be of immense mutual benefit to you and me; if you are interested please contact me for details.