Re: "despite privacy fears"
Tired pejorative and wilfully inaccurate tropes.
Esp. as no case to answer was found by the Police over Kier Starmer and Covid breaches… unlike the Tory Government, inc former and current Prime Ministers.
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The irony of the time, effort money and hubris expended on Itanium… and playing out in parallel Intel ditching their (at the time) market segment leading ARM processors of XScale/StrongARM and the rise of modern cellphones (and everything else running ARM) is not lost on me.
Apple losing their joint venture stake in the predecessor to ARM Holdings due to Mac/Jobs v’s Sullly) is by almost as bitter sweet.
But once validated, you don’t have to keep them forever.
JK GDPR is the same as EU GDPR
The UK GDPR sets out seven key principles:
Lawfulness, fairness and transparency
Integrity and confidentiality (security)
These principles should lie at the heart of your approach to processing personal data.
“leads 18,000 digital, data, and technology professionals in government”
I’m curious what the 18,000 in the CDDO actually do.. as all they seem to generate is endless procurement rounds.
A ‘just works, isn’t shit’ ERP/Payroll/HR/Accounting/Procurement ‘suite’ solution for central and local govt that works to common standards would be suggested.
Bless the long departed soul of the CCIT
Mass Illegal Surveillance in blatant contravention of a constitutional amendment - no interest.
Narrow specious interpretations of Gun, Budget allocation and Abortion rights, yes we’ll have some of that.
Trumps politicisation job of the SCOTUS - job done.
“Microsoft has bet big on AI, commissioning studies spewing statistics such as "For every $1 a company invests in AI, it is realizing an average return of $3.5X."”
2. $30 bucks a month to automate deficiencies on the M365 ecosystem - ROFLMAO. How about sorting out the dogs-dinner that’s Teams first.
I’m sure driverless testing in China won’t be hampered by inconvenient glitches like these. Perhaps they need somewhere quieter to perfect before more populated areas. Derelict parts of Detroit or New Orleans come to mind.
Vast ‘battery’ storage facilities like https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dinorwig_Power_Station
Hydro, Geo-thermal, Tidal, Wind, Solar, Ocean Currents are all in the mix.
Once much has been decarbonised and make as energy-efficient as possible … I think there is an argument for some sections of transport, electricity generation, industry etc to be licences to continue to use carbon fuels where a viable eco-alternative is not there. That could be aviation for example.
There seems to be a Direction of travel to eliminate carbon completely.
They will get the full Busibess M365 experience - so yes office, but also Teams, Sharepoint and 1xTb of OneDrive and mobility apps.
Yea for a fraction of $1bn they could knock up Amazon Prime Office … but it’s about reciprocal back scratching- hence the relaxation of AWS licensing screws. You’d think Amazon has an extensive internal IT Ecosystem already though.
It’s almost collusion/cartel behaviour?
They could back some easier sales growth with some good news stories like Council/University/Retailer Oracle ERP, Financials, Merchandising, RESA implementation succeeds - 2 out of 4 of on-time, on-budget, to specification, that is performant would probably be fine with the suckers buying your garbage - like say Birmingham City Council or Edinburgh University.