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  • Premier Icon surroundedbyhills
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    Kryton57 – Member

    surroundedbyhills – Member
    Edit – my boss is female btw.

    Whats that to do with anything?

    Just that a number of responses refered to my boss in the masculine.

    officialtob
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    No we monitor everything, from AD logins to file and database touches, continuously across the enterprise. The aim is to capture the Who, What, How, When, Where and Workstation of everything. You end up with some BIG data.

    Some of our unix and web stuff does screen capture and replay. Frightening.
    Same. Plus every keystroke is logged…

    Premier Icon hot_fiat
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    So you weren’t implying she’s a bit like:

    Premier Icon Pook
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    I refer you to my p

    Premier Icon aracer
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    Edit – my boss is female btw.

    We need pictures to decide then (well somebody had to say it 😳 )

    thecaptain
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    No, you’ve been found out, and that was meant as an informal warning.

    montarius
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    Use Google Chrome and do the following:

    1. Install Ad block (this remove all those annoying adverts).
    2. Disable images (can be done via settings).

    That should reduce your data to just text which will made a big difference to bandwidth, assuming that’s what they are measuring..

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    montarius – you’ve still got time for an edit before the ban hammer falls.

    Markie
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    No, you’ve been found out, and that was meant as an informal warning.

    +1. They’ve noticed (or just started to care) what you’re doing, they want you stop, this was an easy way of giving you a heads up.

    montarius
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    wwaswas – why is that ban worthy?? Am I missing something??

    Looks like someone changed my post anyway…

    nwgiles
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    Tell them your network card is playing up,

    they sometimes will bombard the network with packets causing lots of traffic, then when you get a new machine, by the It manager presents and keep him on your good side.

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    montarius – look at point 1) on your post and then read the rules: http://singletrackworld.com/terms-and-conditions/

    I’m not going to get any more involved than this as I’ve had a ban for even mentioning the possibility in the past.

    montarius
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    I see, I wasn’t aware. :/ Apologies

    66deg
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    Did you ask what the prize for top user is?

    Bi monthly visits to dole Q followed by male stripping to try and get a grand in your back pocket.

    acjim
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    I almost crippled the network at my work once by having a rather aggressive (but v.handy) google desktop installed. It went off at night and indexed the network 🙂

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    There used to be huge problems with Tweetdeck, for example.

    The New York Times network ground to a halt due to the number of staff running it – over half the available bandwidth was being used by what was for most people a background task.

    Do you have any ‘always on’ apps or web pages running that might be tootling off and doign auto refreshes regularly?

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