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El 2016-09-12 a las 08:46 +0200, Per Jessen escribió:
Carlos E. R. wrote:
If they can
hardly pay the salaries, they are not going to hire a
proper IT chap...
So let the 14 year old do the IT, and he can do the book-keeping and the
VAT report on his lunch break. Sure.
Nay, that's a serious thing for which they pay an external accountant
office. They are not that dumb, LOL. Computers are kids game.
We're straying off-topic, but not wanting to pay
for IT means not
realizing the value of it. That is a pity, but like I said, they've
only got themselves to blame.
Yes, I know. But it is real life, here at least.
Anyway, the issue Lew brought up wouldn't be a
problem, because you
don't have IPv6 in Spain :-)
You can actually get it if you are a business.
Or if you are at the point of starting up, because then you ask
several providers specifically for it, and thus get it.
Hehe, I was only judging by the Akamai chart. Like you say, I'm sure
IPv6 is available, even if not dished out by default.
a decade or two) ago, some one was setting up business.
He wanted internet. So the dealer installed it. On each lab table he
installed an ISDN connection. A full connection for each table.
Clever, eh? You can't say we Spanish aren't clever. ;-)
I guess they had a 14 year old in charge of IT :-)
No, no one at that point. Just fell victim to a clever "IT dealer".
Later came somebody else, scrapped all the ISDN connections save one,
and installed a hub or switch.
Actually, the first dealer "worked" for a phone company, and the second
(friend of mine) for another. Of course they switched phone company.
And all this happened months before actually commencing business. Months
paying those phone bills with no activity.
Carlos E. R.
(from 13.1 x86_64 "Bottle" (Minas Tirith))
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