Not to this detail!
42 posts • joined 25 May 2016
Singapore to require smartphone check-ins at all businesses and will log visitors' national identity numbers
Web body mulls halving HTTPS cert lifetimes. That screaming in the distance is HTTPS cert sellers fearing orgs will bail for Let's Encrypt
Large Redmond Collider: CERN reveals plan to shift from Microsoft to open-source code after tenfold license fee hike
The chips are down: Now Microsoft blames Intel CPU supply shortages for dips in Windows, Office sales
Possible, but 200 is still too big
Once upon a time, I had the pleasure of ensuring compliance to an IT audit comments at a medical charity. There were plenty, nothing special to talk about. What is really shocking is how the application works.
As each patient is processed, records were transferred server to server in a daisy chain. I can't do anything about the architecture, since there are massive workflows and replacement is in the pipeline.
So I did the next best thing. I virtualized the 10 year old servers into a couple of ESXi on new hardware and told HOD to get their act into gear.
Doesn't like humidity
"But the limitations of EOTS, including image degradation with humidity, force pilots to fly in closer to a target than they had to when using earlier systems just to get a clear enough picture to launch a missile or take a shot."
Nice! There goes the sales Australia and Singapore