Define the usage of “shoulder sagging”
Archives for August 2012
Josh O’Brien gets toey about conference attendees. I agree. <blockquote>Now on to you Ass Hats who call your self IT professionals. If you just spent $3000 to $8000 or so of your company’s training budget to come to an IT conference to get vendors to give you cheap plastic toys, get 100 tshirts, grope […]
Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 27th August 2012 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: Keeping Your Site Alive | Electronic Frontier Foundation – EFF provides some basic information about surviving a DDOS attack. Salesforce losses swell, despite rise in sales • The Register […]
TL:DR look like the first version of vSphere that has least amount of compromises for large corporates. In other words, it’s more usable than before. Importantly, VMware has delivered a lot of networking features in this release and it would be fair to say that they either “overdue” or “much anticipated”. Take your choice.