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Defending Security Infrastructures

by @ 10:15 pm on 7/11/2006. Filed under humour

I don’t really have anything to say about Defending Security Infrastructures at the moment. I am just looking to get the keywords Defending Security Infrastructures registered with Google and to also get the keywords Defending Security Infrastructures registered with Yahoo and to also get the keywords Defending Security Infrastructures registered with MSN Search[1].

I saw a website that seemed to imply that since typing the words Defending Security Infrastructures into google and typing the words Defending Security Infrastructures into yahoo and typing the words Defending Security Infrastructures into MSN Search garnered several hits for a specific company meant that that company was providing the thought leadership for Defending Security Infrastructures. I seriously started laughing pretty hard since there isn’t actually any content around Defending Security Infrastructures so this post is supplying just as much info on Defending Security Infrastructures as that site is.

So with luck, my site will become the number 1 hit for the keywords Defending Security Infrastructures so I will then be the number one source for thought leadership in Defending Security Infrastructures.

I am curious though, what are your thoughts on Defending Security Infrastructures? Is Defending Security Infrastructures something you think about on a regular basis? Have you ever brought someone in to discuss Defending Security Infrastructures? If so what were the results of the Defending Security Infrastructures review?

   joe

 

[1] Though who knows how long I want Defending Security Infrastructures registered with MSN, I finally have the logs for a month, I am going to try and dig through them and try to work out why the MSN crawler is such a bandwidth pig. I may be blocking it from indexing my site just for the principal of it.

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11 Responses to “Defending Security Infrastructures”

  1. joe says:

    If you have any thoughts on Defending Security Infrastructures, please post a comment and make sure you use the actual words Defending Security Infrastructures when you do. This includes thoughts on what Defending Security Infrastructures is about as well as the best way to implement Defending Security Infrastructures. :)

  2. Darren says:

    You know, when I think about Defending Security Infrastructures, I think about Group Policy. There is no technology in Windows more adept at Defending Security Infrastructures than Group Policy. Well, ok, maybe Donald Rumsfeld is more adept at Defending Security Infrastructures, but after him, definitely Group Policy. Ok, well maybe the CIA is better at Defending Security Infrastructures, but definitely Group Policy is next. And frankly I think its Paramount to Defending Security Infrastructures that you include Group Policy, and of course, gpoguy.com into your considerations for Defending Security Infrastructures. In fact, someone said to me the other day, “If it weren’t for gpoguy.com, I would never be able to defend my security infrastructures”, to which I responded, “I am HUMBLY honored that the greatness which is paramount to gpoguy.com is in some small way, contributing to the Defense of Security Infrastructures

  3. Brian says:

    While I admire your passion for Defending Security Infrastructures, I admit I was a bit perplexed. That is, until first I went to google.com where I searched for Defending Security Infrastructures. Then I went to yahoo.com, and searched for Defending Security Infrastructures. Unfortunately, it was at this point (the yahoo search) at which I understood the Defending Security Infrastructures punchline.

    We can all sleep well knowing that the current leaders in Defending Security Infrastructure are out there…we may all be able to get rich someday, Defending companies from those who are Defending Security Infrastructures.

  4. Jon says:

    What is Defending Security Infrastructures then?

  5. Mark Parris says:

    I also have a secondary side interest in defending security infrastructures which stems from a major fascination with castles, being from England I have lots of defending security infrastructures to choose from – we have the London defending security infrastructures such as the Tower of London and the defending security infrastructures of the “Elephant and Castle”. Moving further out of London the defending security infrastructures start to become ruins or tourist attractions, one of the defending security infrastructures that I have yet to visit is Leeds Castle and this fine example of a defending security infrastructures is not even in Leeds but Kent. Defending Security infrastructures are not cheap to maintain and this can be often be seen as the Guildford keep stands in ruins. That being said the defending security infrastructures that once were all over Wiltshire are not even there anymore, just moats and mounds, a prime example of phantom defending security infrastructures is Old Sarum.

    That’s all I can think of off the top of my head on defending security infrastructures and if anyone has some T-Shirts about defending security infrastructures I would proudly wear one at DEC 2007 and perhaps Gill can make defending security infrastructures the theme for the next DEC. I can see everyone that has a clue what defending security infrastructures is all about wearing one with pride and a smile.

    The future that is Defending Security Infrastructures is bright with joeware.

    Does Jadonex have any documentation on defending security infrastructures?

  6. Mark says:

    Computer based Defending Security Infrastructures is one of the areas I would like to see more technical information on and I would like the information on defending security infrastructures outside of the Longhorn timeframe.

  7. Rick says:

    Looking at Defending Security Infrastructures…

    One has to ask… Who is watching the watch dogs that are watching the ones that are guarding the guards that are looking out for your Security Infrastructure and thus Defending your Security Infrastructures?

    Will the black helicopters ever stop!?

  8. Laura says:

    I think that Defending Security Infrastructures can only be accomplished by…damn, joe, I forget the name of your chinchilla, the one you introduced as a new joeware employee awhile ago. But yes, Defending Security Infrastructures would definitely be a job for joe’s chinchilla.

    Or maybe Group Policy.

    Maybe we should also try to get selected misspellings of Defending Security Infrastructures registered in google as well, if for no other reason than that I keep typing Defending Security Infrasturctures. We could then have selected typoes of Defending Security Infrastructures registered in google, and selected typoes of Defending Security Infrastructures registered in yahoo, and selected typoes of Defending Security Infrastructures registered in msn search.

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    *repeat until insane*

  9. jorge says:

    Hi joe,

    you’re in 6th place within google. Sanjay is still listed as first and second and the fun part is that the SBS blog is listed 3rd because of a reference to your article.

    continuing Laura’s insanity…..

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  10. Mike Kline says:

    Joe,

    Why don’t you add some calm soothing music to your website like the king of Defending Security Infrastructure did on his website. You will soon be number one.

    Now I’ll steal from Jorge :)

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  11. ewmccarty says:

    You hit #1 on Google for “Defending Security Infrastructures”

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