Say What? Top Five IT Quotes of the Week
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"We don't know how much spectrum we're allowed to hold and who we're allowed to do business with."
Randall Stephenson, AT&T CEO during his company's earnings call, complaining about U.S Government intervention (Datamation)
"As stewards of critical elements of Internet infrastructure, both what we do and how we do it are important for the secure and reliable operation of the global Internet, upon which billions of people worldwide depend."
Jim Bidzos, Executive Chairman, President and CEO of VeriSign said during the company's earnings call.(EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet)
"Speech is a brilliant way of issuing commands, but it's a bad way of giving focus."
John Lea, Ubuntu Desktop User Experience Lead at Canonical (EnterpriseAppsToday)
"When I say real open source what I'm talking about is increasing the collaboration points."
John Mark Walker, GlusterFS Community Manager at Red Hat Storage explaining how Red Hat is bringing Gluster from open core to open source. (InfoStor)
"In the past, due to the way the competition was architected, we had lots of sensationalist headlines, things like 'Mac hacked in three seconds',"
Aaron Portnoy, Manager of the Security Research Team at HP TippingPoint, explaining the rationale behind new rules for the Pwn2Own contest (eSecurityPlanet)