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The IT Disasters of 2011

December 28, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Apparently, no one told Google that a government law enforcement account would need to meet security standards. Who knew? That is, except virtually every other vendor that has ever had to sell into a government account. It is pretty impressive to create a hugely visible reference account and then piss all over it in public. I haven’t seen this big a screwup since Netscape.

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