amanfromMars 1 Wed 18 Apr 09:19  …. asking a simple enough complex question on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2018/04/17/autonomy_misled_frrp_us_court_hears/
Hypocrites r Us Leading Collapsing Things and Doing IT their Way?
Autonomy, it reported from the trial, was said to be in the habit of accounting for projected revenues from its resellers even when those resellers had not yet landed deals with end-users.
A little something major dodgy that the Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of Her Majesty’s Exchequer, an appointment currently occupied by Philip Hammond, does regularly.
Is it criminal?
amanfromMars 1 Wed 18 Apr 10:45  ….. asking more questions on/of https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2018/04/17/autonomy_misled_frrp_us_court_hears/
Re: Hypocrites r Us Leading Collapsing Things and Doing IT their Way?
And, when done in open consort and the full knowledge of others is it a conspiratorial cartel proactively engaged in a mega joint enterprise, with, in the particular and peculiar case being sighted here, the Conservative Party being liable and accountable for all damages and losses/expenses and rebuilding costs for ventures floated and failing to match mass expectations and electoral promises?
Methinks it is impossible to deny that painted picture being honestly true if one wants to retain any measure of credibility.
So, what you gonna do about it, apart from ignoring and condoning it? Anything exciting and noble and formerly worth a Nobel?
amanfromMars 1 Wed 18 Apr 14:15  …. quoting a cost for vows valuing the Heavenly Silence on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2018/04/17/autonomy_misled_frrp_us_court_hears/
For Falling Saints turned Perfectly Attractive Sinners
One of the resellers whose projected revenues found its way onto Autonomy’s books, the court heard and as El Reg reported, was a firm called Microtechnologies LLC. They were said to be negotiating a deal with the Vatican to digitise the home of Catholicism’s archives. The deal fell through.
The jealously and zealously guarded secrets transferred to virtual files then would methinks be worth in the terms of trillions of luscious lucre.
Aint that right, Holy Papal See?
amanfromMars 1 Wed 18 Apr 13:46  ….. unblocking logjams on https://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2018/04/18/uk_bt_rearranges_unit_enterprise/
Knock, Knock, Adastral Park*
Whenever presented with an embarrassment of untold riches, and BT as UKGBNI default telecoms infrastructure conduit has such an embarrassment of third party riches to phish at will in top secret …. in protection and search of vital national security matters ….. does one need an Exceptional Prime Master Plan to ensure future media narratives are much more acceptable and enjoyable to the masses than those carried and broadbandcast of late.
Maybe that will be the new battlegroup flagship enterprise for Servicing Global Enterprises with Novel News of Immaculate Tales to Follow and Threads to Sow for Spectacular Growth and Absolutely Fabulous Harvesting?
That is if BT are into Remotely Creating the Future Virtually Anonymously and Practically Autonomously.
If they aren’t, to whom and/or what do they abdicate that responsibility/liability and why? Do they have no fabulous ideas of their own to float for markets to quote upon and deliver capital resources?