iPhone vindication with regards to Duke University

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Mactech

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I find it curious that the Duke so called network administrators were quick to blame the iPhone and Apple for the network issues Duke was having.

It’s silly to think that iPhone could have caused the wireless networking problems Duke University experienced in the past week. So the truth finally came out with Duke admitted late yesterday that a Cisco wireless access point was the root cause of the problems that Kevin Miller, assistant director, communications infrastructure, with Duke’s office of Information Technology, had accused the iPhone for causing. Shame on you, sir.
“Cisco worked closely with Duke and Apple to identify the source of this problem, which was caused by a Cisco-based network issue,” said Cisco in a statement provided to Macworld. “Cisco has provided a fix that has been applied to Duke’s network and the problem has not occurred since.”
 
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TrippalHealicks

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Stupid Windows fanboy network admins! lol
My boss is like this, as well. He talked smack and endured like 2 months of me browsing this site, Apple's site, and speaking about NOTHING BUT the iPhone.

Before I got the iPhone, all he did was criticize it and talk sh*t about Macs, Apple and the iPhone.

He changed his tune extremely fast, when I finally got it. He "played" with it for about an hour on the first day back to work after that fateful Friday, and he even admitted out loud "This thing is badass". lol