Windows 10: Ms confirms - eventually Office to be subscription only

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  1.    17 Hours Ago #71

    Hi folks.

    Totally different considerations as far as large corporations and individuals are concerned. For corporations makes huge sense - especially as this cost all goes against tax offsets in any case.

    For individuals totally different considerations apply -- although given the decreasing cost base as well it may in the future make sense for individuals to leave their entire I.T as well to the cloud --that's some way off yet.

    Another reason why a lot of businesses are going "Cloud based" is that in the days of increasing automation etc it will be cheaper to have infrastructure off site -- also political processes can come into play regarding things like foreign workers, immigration, visas, work permit sponsorship etc etc.

    If all the major infrastructure is in the cloud a business can just get on with its core businesses -- the cloud providers have the problem of staffing etc etc.

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  2.    7 Hours Ago #72

    pparks1 said: View Post
    Sure, you will find circumstances where the data is too sensitive to put in the cloud. But the majority of business customers can engineer solutions to secure their data in the cloud. And they are doing just that.

    I find in the IT field these days, if you aren't a cloud engineer/architect you are going to find it difficult to find positions in many corporations today. All of our positions now are labeled as infrastructure engineers, who need to understand AWS/Azure and be able to write infrastructure as code with things like Cloud Formation and Terraform. And many functions are moving away from servers entirely to serverless technology like Lambda, and Microservices via containers (ECS w/ Kubernetes).

    Security is an ongoing project, regardless if you are on-prem or in the cloud. If you want a job in the next 10 years, you better be open to the cloud...employers are going to expect you to have proficiency there.
    Granted. I'm just speaking from my limited experience.
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  3.    5 Hours Ago #73

    I tried with the recepie above, but halved it to 250g flower, 125g butter and, as you said, a tiny bit of water.

    It ended up like cardboard.

    It was all cold, I chopped it up with a knife so as not to warm it and I left the thing in the fridge for 2 hours before rolling as advised so what did I do wrong?

    More butter? Less? Some other fat (that is vegetarian ideally)?

    It shouldn't be that difficult surely?
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