amanfromMars 1 Tue 5 Dec 05:36 [1712050536] …. laying deep sound foundation on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2017/12/03/uk_government_bans_russian_anti_virus_software/
Re: RAMROM Pings

Still it’s only a question of irrational charity. One can’t buy or sell the Super Puper Hyper Vision of the Universe. …. Tail Up

That is or may not be so, Tail Up, but as a value of worth in the guise of a simple reward for easy public spending and private personal enjoyment, are the sums paid and received highly indicative of the range and stretch of creative disruption the produce can and will deliver. Or not deliver, if in the most expensive of deals and rewarding arrangements, agreement results in the temporary shelving of the most radical and revolutionary of future programs/presentations/AIMasterdD Plans.
Dodgy money market leaders just love to kick the can down the road, don’t they, rather than admit that they have no answers to deal with in-house created problems.
What would many, if not nearly everyone call such lost souls? Surely not masters of the universe doing Gods work whenever super duper fantastic fools is freely available and most apt?


amanfromMars 1 Tue 5 Dec 06:03 [1712050603] ….. saying even more about everything on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/2/2017/12/03/uk_government_bans_russian_anti_virus_software/

Re: Don’t mention firewalls!

Why doesn’t the British Army do the same for British needs ? … Frank Gerlach #2

One presumes the British Army doesn’t have the Right Stuff Staff. And that is a leadership failure which goes right to the top of the national tree where the politically adept are the most inept politically inept are the most adept at concealing shortcomings and intelligence failings and deficits which nowadays threaten to so very easily burst the bubbles of legitimised authority they have manufactured for themselves.

amanfromMars 1 Tue 5 Dec 16:22 [1712051622] …. thinking aloud on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2017/12/05/indirect_licensing_debate_lumbers_on_as_sap_tries_to_rebuild_trust/
Re: There’s no reason for them to defect to the competition

The (limited) number of SAP installations I’ve encountered depended on third-party expertise to wrangle SAP into an unsteady alignment with their business processes. It’s quite hard to “defect” if you’ve already effectively lost control of your enterprise IT to a parasitic ecosystem. …. Warm Braw

Warm Braw,
Surely, the situation is more installations dependent on third-party expertise to wrangle SAP into an unsteady alignment with their business processes have lost control of enterprising parasitic IT ecosystems to an absent foreign and alien expertise.
Provisional Third-Parties and Interested and Interesting Anonymous A.N.Others are then both leading Brigades and Brigands Charging into the Light with SAP APT ACTive Programs/Surreally Secured Applications in Virtually Realised Projects.
Is there any competition out there vying for that Exotic Erotic Type of Remote Command and Practical Control? And what else would they be offering future customers to cause current paying punters to defect?

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