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HP Claims Their Moonshot System is a 'New Style of IT' (Video)

Wolfraider Re:Totally would buy (68 comments)

The moonshot is targeted for a different workload than general computing. We are currently looking at them for replacing our VDI solution. We have several pieces of software that need a better video card and cpu than what a typical VM could provide. With the moonshot we can simply install our software on the bare metal hardware and skip the visualization layer. The moonshot supports 45 blades and you can get a blade that has 4 servers built in, without a hard drive of course. 45 * 4 = 180 desktops per 4.3U with better performance CPU and video wise. I think the moonshot has it's place in more specialty places but defiantly not general computing. Just an HP customer

about 2 months ago

Ask Slashdot: What Tech Products Were Built To Last?

Wolfraider Re:Consoles (702 comments)

Let me help you even more I still got the original APF TV FUN pong console, still works great. Still feel old???

about 4 months ago

Software-Defined Data Centers Might Cost Companies More Than They Save

Wolfraider Re:IT the bottleneck? (173 comments)

Most archival solutions that enable end-users to search the archives are more expensive than just purchasing the disk storage.

about a year ago

My view of touchscreen laptops:

Wolfraider Re:Thought... (359 comments)

Why does everyone automatically assume that if you get a touch screen you will throw the keyboard and mouse away? I almost always use the keyboard and mouse but there are times I would love to have a touch screen. Mostly while I give presentations and such. Why not use what's best for the job and not pick only one or the other?

about a year ago

Why Your Sysadmin Hates You

Wolfraider Re:Reason 6 works both ways (572 comments)

drop table assets semicolon return

Incorrect syntax near 'semicolon'

about a year ago

Earth's Core Far Hotter Than Thought

Wolfraider Re:Oh noes! (189 comments)

Then how come the funniest racist jokes I have heard was told by the person the joke was about? I have heard some really funny black jokes from a couple different black friends.

about a year ago

PayPal To Replace VMware With OpenStack

Wolfraider Re:Good Riddens (286 comments)

Take a look at cluster shared volumes, Hyper-V has supported shared storage since 2008 R2.

about a year and a half ago

Ask Slashdot: On the Job Certification Training?

Wolfraider Re:I think you said it (117 comments)

Where I work, All certification is paid for by the company and we get to do it on company time. There is actually a budget set aside for training and everyone can take as many classes and certifications as they want )as long as it's relevant to their job) until that budget is gone.

about a year and a half ago

Report: Windows Blue Reaches Its First Milestone Build

Wolfraider Re:Let me guess...further deprecation of desktop a (199 comments)

I have met a few people excited about the Metro screen. But these people barely know how to use a computer and to them, Metro is a lot easier to find what programs they want to run. I personally don't mind Windows 8 and Metro although the first thing I did was set the default for all Metro apps to the full version and pin my most used programs to the taskbar. Any time that I need another program, I simply hit the windows key, type in the first few characters of what I want and hit enter. Metro pops up and goes away quickly.

about a year and a half ago

For personal printing, not work, I usually use ...

Wolfraider Work LaserJet (266 comments)

I use the Laser Jet printer at work for my personal stuff. Why use up all my supplies? Sometimes it pays to be the one monitoring the printer logs. >: )

about a year and a half ago

Thousands of Publicly Accessible Printers Searchable On Google

Wolfraider Re:How did this happen? (192 comments)

I can't remember the name of it but there is some big library software that requires printers with public IP addresses. The printers sit at the clients site but are configured on the companies servers directly. They recommend that no firewall is configured because it might interfere with the print jobs. I only found out because I had to replace a Jet-direct card that was hosed. They finally started allowing printing to locally attached printers last year but most setups are still the old way.

about a year and a half ago

Engineers Use Electrical Hum To Fight Crime

Wolfraider Electrical Fingerprint (167 comments)

Form what it looks like to me, they are using the random increases and decreases to create a sort of "fingerprint" of the recording. This fingerprint could then be used to verify that the recording is genuine at any other time. It would be very hard to duplicate the random noise in a recording exactly if you tried to tamer with the recording.

about 2 years ago

Iran Suspends Programmer's Death Sentence

Wolfraider Re:Fundamental lack of intelligence (193 comments)

Not everyone likes big boobs and six pack abs

That's why I offer all the girls a keg instead

about 2 years ago

Inside an Amazon Warehouse

Wolfraider Re:Oh I so want that! (206 comments)

Just imagine, a girl with all the bits labeled with barcodes so you can scan them and google the manual for it! And easily order replacement parts.

And think of the upgrades you would be able to do :)

about 2 years ago

Papa John's Sued For Unwanted Pizza-Related Texts

Wolfraider Re:Who doesn't want Pizza? (418 comments)

Depends on the area. Papa Johns in Memphis tastes great. The ones in southern Mo tastes like a horrible cheap pizza. The rest tastes much better around here.

about 2 years ago

System Admins Should Know How To Code

Wolfraider Re:Very true, for many reasons. (298 comments)

Programmers code programs Administrators code scripts The difference is that programs are used but lots of people and generally have nice GUI interfaces. Scripts are used by 1 or 2 people (sometimes more) and are used to make your life easier.

about 2 years ago

Even Windows 8 Users Prefer Windows 7

Wolfraider Re:Win+X (436 comments)

I also run Win8 at home. Just like I used the quick launch in XP and pinned all my apps to the taskbar in Win7, I have pinned all my apps in Win8 to the tasbar and stay in desktop view. I don't care for the simpler color scheme. It looks like windows is taking a step back to Win 3.1. Overall Win8 is not bad. I agree that it is buggy but I blame most of that on NVidia. Tried their new Win8 drivers for my video card and they would crash all the time. Reverted back to the Win7 drivers and the crashing has stopped.

about 2 years ago



Pano Logic has closed its doors

Wolfraider Wolfraider writes  |  about 2 years ago

Wolfraider (1065360) writes "Just a few months ago, Pano Logic, an enterprise tech startup seemed to be have a bright future replacing oldfashioned PCs with up-to-the-minute cloud technology.

Today, the company has shut down, its leaders have vanished, and its customers have been left hanging.

The company's PR team has confirmed to Business Insider that Pano is out of business. No more details."

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