I bought my first hard drive (roughly) 27 years ago and it held 10MB of data. It was a bit radical at the time as a lot of drives were only 5MB.
The database (SQL Server) I’m working on just now is 103GB, which in ‘old money’ would have required 9,827 copies of my old 10MB hard drives to hold it.
Makes you think… what’s likely to be the norm in another 27 years?
Posted by Gordon Coulter on Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Is bringing your own device to work a workable idea? Or strictly for out-of-office hours?
We installed FTTC (Fibre Broadband) for a customer just before Christmas. They are about 1-2 miles away from the BT exchange. We’re about 1-2 miles away from the customer and the exchange and we can't get Fibre Broadband.
An office spring clean reveals a surprisingly sentimental side to the Exmos team!