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* Posts by Raffbone

7 posts • joined 27 Jun 2012

Stroppy Google runs rings round Brussels with Android remedy

Raffbone

We've seen this from big tech before...

Q. What happens when you have a much smarter sales person, when faced with a public sector procurement jobsworth...?

A. Far more expensive, unnecessary and difficult to untangle multi-year purchases. (We've all seen it.)

Soooo, this feels like the same thing IMO when the best Lawyers that Google can find (and can easily pay for) and are instructed to enforce a market protecting strategy, to then simply face off against comparatively naval-gazing regulators...

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Billionaire bros Bezos, Buffett become bonkers bio brokers: Swap W in AWS for H for healthcare

Raffbone

Re: America Fuck Yeah

I do realise that this was writtent in semi-jest:

"can you really see a scenario where all that juicy personal health care information doesn't somehow trickle its way back to your Amazon account?"

But PHI and ePHI is covered by HIPAA, which is generally known not to fuck about.

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Customers cheesed off after card details nicked in Pizza Hut data breach

Raffbone

Do we know how much dough they'll be fined in the US?

That pun is going to take some Topping...

/getsCoat

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Splunk hits Oracle's Larry where it hurts: His failure to win America's Cup boat race

Raffbone

"Exec's have spat"

Money fight!

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More Azzurri execs run for the hills, turnover keeps sliding

Raffbone

Living Obituary

Having read this, made me think that I too would quite like to see my obituary just before I die.

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Cloud company foraged for hard drives to stay afloat

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Pint

I bloody love solutions like this...

That is all.

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Cabinet Office: We've cut taxpayers' SAP and Microsoft bills

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Meh

Microsoft Recouping the loss elsewhere

Funny how a Microsoft saving coincides with the July raising of prices in UK.... http://www.channelregister.co.uk/2012/05/08/microsoft_spla/

Almost feels like the 33% rise for the private sector customers will more than cover this gap created by the public sector.

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