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Black, Douglas
07-Mar-2014, 15:18
Our iFolder 2.1.8 server, which was deployed in 2002, is being retired
today. It's been the most trouble-free system I've ever managed and
I'll be sad to see it go. Fourteen years on the same hardware and 600+
days since the last reboot. They don't make 'em like that anymore.

kgroneman
07-Mar-2014, 15:42
http://www.mfiles.co.uk/mp3-downloads/taps.mp3

What are you replacing it with?

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Joseph Marton
07-Mar-2014, 16:11
kgroneman wrote:

> What are you replacing it with?

Hopefully Filr...

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Black, Douglas
07-Mar-2014, 16:14
Kim,

> http://www.mfiles.co.uk/mp3-downloads/taps.mp3
>
> What are you replacing it with?
>

I made a pitch for Filr, but our parent organization has a site
agreement with Box. So ... yeah. At least I don't have to manage it.

Simon Flood
07-Mar-2014, 16:39
On 07/03/2014 15:14, Black, Douglas wrote:

> I made a pitch for Filr, but our parent organization has a site
> agreement with Box. So ... yeah. At least I don't have to manage it.

Don't you mean an off-site agreement ... ? ;-)
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Joseph Marton
07-Mar-2014, 18:09
Black, Douglas wrote:

> I made a pitch for Filr, but our parent organization has a site
> agreement with Box. So ... yeah. At least I don't have to manage it.

Ok, but there's still some potential concerns about the cloud. Might
be a good discussion with the parent. :-)

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DE
15-Mar-2014, 03:52
Joseph Marton wrote:
> Black, Douglas wrote:
>
>> I made a pitch for Filr, but our parent organization has a site
>> agreement with Box. So ... yeah. At least I don't have to manage it.
>
> Ok, but there's still some potential concerns about the cloud. Might
> be a good discussion with the parent. :-)
>
You can't talk with people about the "cloud" after they've read a magazine
article or two.

And it's all about the word, because if you talk about what it actually
-means-, their response is completely different.

BTW, I've been seeing issues with BoxEdit on Win7 workstations; it somehow
manages to muck up other installed apps.