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kq4ym
kq4ym
5/29/2016 2:09:07 PM
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Re: What? No business cases?
Yes, waiting for the free stuff, as "were some who hoped open source projects would deliver "free software" solutions," might be a long or at least unproductive waiting game. And now folks may be just waiting for 5G procrastinating instead of moving along with the stream.

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batye
batye
5/7/2016 7:02:04 PM
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Re: What? No business cases?
@mpouraryan  people forget the nature never forgives it sad reality I do hope everything in Alberta go back to normal but it gona be sometimes before everything get restored back ike before...

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/7/2016 4:49:21 PM
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Re: What? No business cases?
As @Susan underscored, it depends on what the key requirements are and what one is looking for.     The evolution is fascinating to be witness to--no question.

Have a fab W-End.

PS--very troubled by the fires in Alberta....I know you're in Toronto @batye...hopefully Mother Nature will be kind on Alberta.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/7/2016 4:47:32 PM
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Re: What? No business cases?
What you laid out mhhf1ve is as realistic as it gets--and it is not helpful PR when even the Mayor of Apple's Hometown professes his "hate" for Apple because Apple fails to pay for taxes.     

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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
5/7/2016 11:43:20 AM
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Re: What? No business cases?
mhh, thank you. I asked you about the "fake" number because I thought it could be useful. Last week someone called me to offer me a cloud solution. You may think there is nothing strange about it. But, since I recently got a new number, and I am not precisely giving the number to everybody, and It's not even on my business cards I wondered how this person got a number that only a few people know. Then I thought that the only way could have been from one of those forms you need to fill out when downloading a whitepaper, or something like that. -Susan

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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
5/7/2016 11:33:43 AM
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Re: What? No business cases?
mpouraryan, I ran an experiment with my iPad. I tried to see if it would be enough to do my work without the support of my Mac. I took it with me on a trip and I did use the iPad only to work for two weeks. As discussed before, it works for my needs. It might not work for others. Yes, tablets in restaurants, airports, schools, hospitals, everywhere. -Susan

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
5/7/2016 8:56:53 AM
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Re: What? No business cases?
@mhh: Ah, yes, I remember this well.  Bill Burr is great.  :)

"...under the guise of giving you a nickel off of bootleg Froot Loops."

^ Preach.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
5/6/2016 7:50:55 PM
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Re: What? No business cases?
> " It has clearly slowed down and Tim Cook tried to "talk up the stock" earlier this week with CNBC's Jim Cramer.   What will be Apple's "Encore" act?"

Apple is entering a critical phase -- it's iPhone sales are slowing and the Apple Watch isn't the next big thing (nor is Apple TV?). So what's next? It's probably not Apple Music. Apple's iTunes strategy seems a bit shaky with streaming eating into its existing downloading model -- and there have been plenty of people complaining about Apple's Music services. 

Apple's iCloud strategy seems to be lagging, too. But maybe Apple can get something going with IBM to ramp up its iPad Pro line in the enterprise market? I dunno. That seems like a stretch.

An "Apple Car" doesn't seem like the way forward for Apple, either. There's already plenty of car companies that don't have great profit margins, and battery technology for electric vehicles don't seem ready to revolutionize the auto industry just yet. (Although Tesla might do it first....)

Apple doesn't seem to be on the cutting edge of artificial intelligence or robots, either? But maybe it has some cool AI in secret projects.... And a couple hundred billion in CASH might prevent Apple from falling too far.

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batye
batye
5/6/2016 7:08:37 PM
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Re: What? No business cases?
@mpouraryan  thank you for the link interesting to know... will let my friends to know ...

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/6/2016 6:03:52 PM
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Re: What? No business cases?
As I thought about your thoughts @batye,  I ran across this that gives a nice little primer--and it may be helpful for all who try and figure out what works best for them--in line with thoughts from @Susan:

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2413145,00.asp

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