Via our friends at The Daily WTF: The latest fad among free-wheeling startups may be BYOD, but government offices tend to be far more conservative. Government offices handling confidential data even more so. When Miguel started his contract with a state office, they issued him a laptop. For security reasons, he was forbidden from using […]
I popped an extra 4GB of RAM into an office laptop today, which should put the total at 8GB. However, as you can see in the below screen shot something went wonky. So I thought I’d share it with my favourite IT humour website. What is weird is that it shows that only 774GB is usable, so what about the […]
Dust worm in this one…
This is for those times when you wish there was a giant fist that would pop out of the other end of the phone to knock some sense into the person… From our friends at the Daily WTF: 6:55 PM. Tom’s shift ended in precisely five minutes. Neither he nor any of his late-shift copilots […]
This is pretty scary – it only notes the kind of quality personnel some of these wireless carriers hire for their first-tier support…has anyone else heard of this type of scam variant? From Reddit reader ThisIsMyNewIdentity: Last night, my sister was locked out of her iPhone 4s and called her carrier’s tech support for assistance. […]
Got this today trying to fix RemoteScan for a user. Yup, that’d be an ‘er for sure. This must have been immediately following the Redneck SP2 install? Thanks go to Steve, the guy who always hits ‘F7′ to spell check, no matter where he is.
Walked into the bar I regularly go to for a quick drink when I noticed this odd message on the ATM. And I thought the people who make these machines would be smarter than to run ‘em on Windows CE.. via: [imgur]
We had a user who kept getting a corrupt OST file. When we went to check out the problem this is what we found.
This story republished with permission by the Daily WTF: “Hey, can you give me a hand? This computer I built won’t boot.” Alexander sighed, and went to see what Nicholas had done now. Only a few weeks before, around the start of the year 2001, Alexander was full of hope and optimism for the new […]