[CS-FSLUG] How Apple makes products difficult -- and expensive -- to repair

Fred A. Miller fmiller at lightlink.com
Sun Nov 4 17:36:28 CST 2012

On 11/03/2012 12:03 PM, Tim Young wrote:
> If you look at netbooks, you will find that a surprising number of 
> them are non upgradable.  Usually the drive is removable in some 
> manner or other, but lots of them have the RAM soldered into them. 
> This is just one of the many issues I have with the current trend 
> towards device-ifying the workplace.  The BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) 
> philosophy that many organizations are stepping into, where people 
> bring their own iPad, netbook, or whatever, and plug it into the 
> corporate network, has so many issues with it.  I think it is a place 
> that the workforce will go to for a bit, but hopefully quickly 
> revert back from. 

Once their totally messed up MickySoft centric mindless IT dept. 
realizes the security mess they're in, yes....they'll finally dump the 
idea like a bad habit, which it is!!


Socialism is to communism as seduction is to rape. -- George Putnam.

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