Mary Branscombe (marypcb) wrote,
Mary Branscombe
marypcb

My tweets

  • Wed, 14:15: I see @stevesi has taught @levie to give presentations the Spice Girls touch #loudenoughtowakethejetlagged
  • Wed, 14:37: everything @levie says about strength of cloud is also indictment of failure of federation/identity & rigid hierarchies of business approval
  • Wed, 15:21: if you're still seeing Microsoft as just a traditional IT vendor a la IBM, I don't think you're talking to the same company I am #changes
  • Wed, 15:35: Microsoft badly needs to keep going in its new direction RT @DrPizza Microsoft is not a company that needs "turning around" the way Ford did
  • Wed, 16:11: so much of the cloud social marketing is telling me company structures & dynamics are broken & company IT just follows them
  • Wed, 16:21: sweary but heartfelt post by Google employees on adding encryption on internal fibre transmission of Gmail https://t.co/ezqZnHGCoq
  • Wed, 16:31: hey @tweetdeck minus several million on replacing the visible word View with the teeny hard to touch dialog bubble for opening a thread
  • Wed, 16:35: The free Microsoft RMS cloud service in http://t.co/tfka3x7HoY is live; unprotected documents are the new unencrypted email
  • Wed, 16:52: interesting range of user centricity approaches to managing BYOD tablets on Box customer panel including; wipe lost devices, they signed AUP
  • Wed, 16:53: RT @reybango: Please help web pioneer & open web advocate Molly Holzschlag in her time of need. http://t.co/PpHk3f6mZk
  • Wed, 16:57: Philip from Trunki is another of the many iPad users I meet who take their laptop with them just in case they need to open a spreadsheet
  • Wed, 17:00: Hounslow committed to having no data centre, "desperately" looking for DaaS products; Microsoft needs to figure out licencing here, I think
  • Wed, 17:02: Even Alice can't find the two steps to actually turn Skype off-off http://t.co/BoaplGMwDq
  • Wed, 17:10: Microsoft's greatest opportunity; how often competitors underestimate them. Microsoft's biggest danger; often customers underestimate them
  • Wed, 18:22: RT @elbetzio: End of support coming real soon for #WinXP, #IE6 on XP, Office 2003, SharePoint 2003 and Exchange 2003. It's time, really. #P
  • Wed, 18:27: South Korean law might demand @ie & ActiveX for online commerce but surely it doesn't demand IE6 for that? http://t.co/dJmfKEU6NU
  • Wed, 18:34: SQL injection can turn Google search bots into an attack; comments debate what devs need to know about SQLi vulns http://t.co/Lz8kE5VbkS
  • Wed, 18:35: I think we're long past the point when "I didn't know how to program securely" is an excuse for allowing SQL injection attacks
  • Wed, 18:37: What would be astonishingly would be the analyst actually knowing the real figure #guessesasfact http://t.co/QrDFKycjrV
  • Wed, 18:38: I'm less & less impressed by Rick Sherlund's analysis on Microsoft http://t.co/QrDFKycjrV
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