Originally Posted by htismaqe
Dude, our admins are in India and the Help Desk staff (in the Phillipines, no less) either 1) don't speak English or 2) can't spell "PC".
That's just one of the many, many issues with my work PC. A full 40% of the physical memory is permanently allocated to running corporate inventory, patching, and monitoring tools. In some cases, I've found that 2 or more applications actually perform the SAME FUNCTION. They install stuff via Marimba remote and if it works great. If it doesn't, or if they decide to stop using it, it never gets removed. Of course, I can't remove it either because we're not allowed admin rights.
I work for a Fortune 5 company. It's much, much more productive to just live with it.
I'll light a candle for you at church. I think I just became happier I work for a company of 60 people.
I taught 8 this week, went smooth. Found some interesting tricks, but I'm getting used to it. I think it will be a solid tablet OS, and has potential as a desktop OS.
Right now, I'm figuring out if I can swing an ASUS TaiChi Ultrabook when they become available.
(And please keep in mind, I am biased, so take my comments with a grain of salt. My career is pretty much Microsoft dependent.)