I like the Fargo's posed question:
How do we make SolydK BE legal to use in all countries with complete codec and driver support?
I'd like BE to be what it is now, but legal for everybody to use. So, where do we start to accomplish that?
Duped has added some points of interest:
- Security: as in few viruses, as few break-ins as possible
- Functionality: it has to do what people want it too without too many difficulties
- Accountability (or illusion of): you need to tell your bosses that this is backed by something. Seems like insurance and makes people feel better
- Cost: not too expensive.
- Control: the infrastructure needs to be set up to exert a fine level of control on all machines including web access, application access and ability to know what employees are doing
- Compatibility: they want people to be using all the same applications to keep a tight system requiring less testing
- Longevity: It needs to have the assurance that investment today can be realised over the long term and no drastic switches in a year or two
- Extensibility: it needs to be upgradable and new components added if necessary without disrupting everything
- Reach the new economies
How can we shape these points, e.g.: #1 - a firewall is enabled by default, but what can we do more, but still keep it working out of the box?