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ESXi runs directly on Mac Mini 6,2 hardware, which is quad-core i7 2012 Mac Mini. It also runs on 2011 Mac Mini. You can run ESXi 5.1 and 5.5 on Mac Mini 6,2. I've been running ESXi 5.1 for over a year on my Mac Mini 2012. Also, I don't think the file system must be HFS+. If I were to use this device for datastores, it would have to be formatted in the file system that ESXi uses for formatting datastores.
Do you have to install a driver under OS X for this device to be recognized as a single drive? Does the RAID level in this device manage itself once it has been built without relying on OS X? I realize in order to initialize and build a RAID level, this device has to be connected to a Mac running OS X. However, once RAID has been built, can this device be connected to a Mac Mini running VMware ESXi and be seen by ESXi as a single external drive? My goal is to use a...
I know it's generally true in life, but in tech, does "smart" always have to be "ugly"? 
This is definitely the first generation of a very promising product. There is only one real opportunity for Pebble though to compete and that is if Apple buys it and uses the Pebble know how while integrating it in its own iWatch product. When iWatch comes out, Pebble will not be able to compete just due to the mere size difference of the two companies even if Pebble significantly improves their watch design in the second generation of their smart watch. Once Apple comes...
Well, some people have spouses who are not constantly on the Internet, and some of these people have garages, so it's not immediately obvious to a driver-by if there's anyone at home. So, I would consider my thermostats reporting on my absence at home to any company - especially to Google - the invasion of privacy that crosses the red line for me. YMMW.
Google will know when you come and when you leave your house. Still don't think there's anything wrong with it?
I'm not a fan of the way Google has been acting since 2008, but Google is still one of the best (if not the best) company to work for. Back in 2006 when I interviewed with them in Mountain View, I personally witnessed the perks that their employees were getting, and that was amazing.
I live in a free country, and this is a forum for expressing one's opinions. That's my opinion.I do understand Apple. I have been successfully investing in Apple for years.iPad does not serve 100% of business needs. It provides minimum functionality for technical users. I am an IT engineer, and I have almost no practical use for the iPad. Without jailbreaking it, I cannot effectively use it as a Remote Desktop client or a VNC client for work. It can only serve as a...
What iPad desperately lacks for the use in the enterprise is a mouse and an interface designed to be used with a mouse. When jailbroken, iPad is capable of being used with a mouse, and utilizing Jump Desktop and a mouse, one gets a pretty solid thin client. A 12" iPad with a mouse can serve 90% of business needs. Why would consumers buy such a hybrid device? Because it can replace an iPad and a MacBook for most people. Use it as a tablet when consuming and as a laptop...
Lance Armstrong can now get an endorsement contract from Samsung to pay his lawyers.
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