On Mon, 24 Jun 1996, Rick Romkey wrote:
> But not every organization can afford a TCP/IP weenie. That's why
> they look to a black-box, easy to use solution. That's why Gauntlet
> isn't the best for everyone. How can a 10 person novell shop
> justify hiring a dedicated person to deal w/Internet problems.
How can they justify it?
Maybe becuase they're hooking up to the Internet?
Would you try and become a publically traded company if you knew nothing
about the stock market?
Would you try and do software development without good programmers?
A good portion of the problems emerging on the Internet today is because
of stupid people with their own T1's not knowing how to use/configure
#!/usr/bin/perl -- Matthew Cable -- USA.NET -- Senior System Administrator