|reply to pchelp |
Re: Cisco Connect Cloud
(sighs) well if you don't like it your welcome to use another brand. I created this thread to help the EA router owners with the transition not discuss and justify the morality and legality of the new features.
Anyway, thank you for proving my point about people not liking change. You cannot seriously be expecting this company to not want to be up to date on technology. Between new AC equipped routers and cloud based routers it would be a mistake for them to not explore it.
As to this highly sensitive network that you said you came across this "intrusion" with, why would anyone in their right mind have the auto update function turned on in that type of enviornment? That's classic network administration and management 101 to keep that turned off and monitor for updates on an as-needed basis.
I see no problem with that though. I mean you got nothing to hide right?