Eh...What? This is in the US? She was raped at work? That's crazy...
3 posts • joined 5 Dec 2019
Indeed sued by account exec who said she was raped by male coworker amid misogynistic, sexually charged culture
You. Drop and give me 20... per cent IPv6 by 2023, 80% by 2025, Uncle Sam tells its IT admins after years of slacking
Ignoring issues where some sizable percentage of users will have issues with physical hardware and need to replace their voice, printers, routers, switches etc...It will cause all sorts of internal issues in software as well...(So is it driving innovation? Driving changes, not sure about innovation...depends on how you spin it i suppose). It seems to me its just making it harder to do networking manually while giving us the addressing that we need publicly. That's not all bad, mostly folks who need to have static addressing internally or externally facing are going to be savvy anyway (or should be, most of you are IT folks...hell, this is an IT news forum...complaining that IT is hard is like complaining that tea [or coffee in my case] is bitter...Whats your point?). But don't get me wrong...I've had to re-ip a few companies, and that sucks giant donkey marbles with ip4...bring ip6 in to it, oy...no thank you. Almost seems like 6 for external addresses, and 4 for int addresses wouldn't be all bad.