Microsoft Employee Submits to Polygraph Testing

Breaking news.  Microsoft employee submits to polygraph test, results leaked and now available for all to see!

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It’s kind of free

 

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  1. Matt’s avatar

    Way to validate an up and coming (some would say passing) competitor. Nothing says we are scared like viral FUD videos that aren’t that funny.

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  2. Kent’s avatar

    …really? The train over there is coming off the tracks faster than even I expected it to. This is embarassing.

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  3. FrankGia’s avatar

    Hahaha very good. sadly accurate, but funny nonetheless.

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  4. will.i.am’s avatar

    are you for real? now that is scraping at the bottom of the barrel … must be a slow news day for VMware in light of the teched announcements .. the freight train keeps on coming

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  5. tonyr’s avatar

    paranoia will destroy ya.. Its really hard to use these videos as a sales tools lately since more and more of my customers have both vsphere and hyper-v r2 deployed, some of them have even forgotten what the darn hypervisor layer is. And yes 2k12r2 is almost ready to roll.

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  6. Larry’s avatar

    2 years ago we migrated our 17 hosts off of VMware to Hyper V R2. Our voice cluster is still on VMware (Cisco) (400+ VM’s)

    Simply put is was the worst decision we ever made. Yes we saved money, a good bit. But not as much as you would think.

    Right now we are going through a Windows 2012/Hyper V 3 Migration. It is THE MOST painful migration I have EVER been through in my 20+ years of IT work.

    Hyper V clustered is NOT STABLE. SCVMM is garbage. Upgrading clusters to a new version is total and utter JOKE! If you have the money stick with VMware!!!!

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  7. Tom’s avatar

    Funny :) But still VMware guys are gonna have a rough time :)

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