I think everyone loses jobs because of their resume. The best resume in the world (on average) will still be tossed from at at least 5% of shops.
I know people at Goldman Sachs who feel that even their senior engineers should have a one page resume that tells no details and at Citi they are looking for ten pages or more of serious information.
There is, sadly, no way to really know how your resume will be received in any specific situation.
Pretty basic but about on par with many Chromebooks. Microsoft has been vowing to fight the Chromebooks hard. This appears to be the beginning of a major attack on them. Will be interesting to see how this works out for them. Maybe this is the beginning of Windows being free.
it's just an invisible character You can probably use the alt setup like the Alt+0160 or find it in the character map as well.
There are a lot of cool folder hacks using the system codes to make shortcuts to system level items or new control panel folders etc. But, they really aren't that useful in reality most of the time.
I think it really depends on how tough you are on things. I have a 4s that has now been passed around to 5 people within the company and was mine for 2 year and it is still going strong, no battery issues even.
Phones do take a beating, I am pretty sure if I did that to my tablet it would never last.
AJ- you tout your Android's etc. but I know for a fact you recently had to do a factory reset on your phone cause of issues with it. Wanna know how many times I have had to do that across the last 3 Iphones I have had? Not even once. I have only had to shut them down and restart due to updates etc. once or twice total. Weather you like IOS or not is a personal opinion there is no fact there. Each phone has it's own unique things that it can/can't do but it comes down to what you like working on.
I did factory restore it recently. I had also loaded a ton of crap on it and it was easier to do a restore in 15 minutes than spend 2 hours trying to hunt for everything. For someone like me, who uses Google for dang near everything, Android not only makes sense, but it's the preferred platform. I HATE the "one button to rule them all" concept of iPhone. There are different models of Android and they aren't locked down by Google but often rather by the carrier. Apple can't say the same. Besides, I know you've had issues with your iPhone in the past as well.
Seems like this guy has that whole us against them (IT vs Users) mentality. I can't stand that. We aren't enemies we are suppose to work together. Wonder if he could do the end users jobs with out looking dumb, probably not. Also there's a reset password an a force change password at next login box in AD Users & computers for a reason.
While it's definitely better to try to work together, your argument that we couldn't do their job without looking dumb is probably not true. Yeah we most likely would need some training in that specific situation/job/etc, but I'm pretty sure once we learned it we wouldn't be nearly as inept as so many users constantly are.
Except the last one about sharing your password (you should NEVER do this - if IT needs to log in as you for some reason - stay there and log in for them ever time they need it - Cover your backside by not giving IT what they really don't need), the rest of the points are all valid.
IIRC, the meeting rooms might have checkbox in their profile that says something to the effect of "Show in directory".
That could be helpful, or useless - but it's the best I can come up on a Saturday morning before coffee.
There is a 'hide from Exchange address Lists' but that is unchecked (and the rooms are findable if I click the button seen above)
Was doing some research on this recently and found the HP documentation on how to do this:
HP Proliant Servers - How to Reset the HP ILO Inband Root/Administrator Password in Linux
It is very useful (if you have Linux running on the box in some form, or vSphere which is similar enough.) However, it turns out that some ILO firmware editions don't work with this and cannot be reset without being patched first. Important to know.
Thanks for the heads up.
I agree with what he said. I've never heard of it. I've already got Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, and that's just installed. I also have Box, Amazon and a couple others. I'm set. Lol
I agree; I have Google Drive, Dropbox, Box and another I can't remember, in the office I have Onedrive and another Dropbox... I also carry 6 different USB drives - although three of them were to replace the other three, and I've since plan to reduce even more with a multi-boot USB.
The primary feature of Tresorit is client-side encryption. A nice feature, but not too big of a deal for SMB customers, I don't think.
Although the REALLY BIG feature is that all data is stored only in the EU, not in the US. That's a big feature that I am surprised that they don't advertise more clearly.
Uhm - yea,.. that would be a big issue to disclose.. the US market could easily be cut off if someone barked loud enough. While it was a "SPICEWORKS" promo.. think I too will be passing.
No I think it is meant as a huge plus. More protection for companies.