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just an FYI, today I updated my controller software. ubiquity decided to turn the upper half of my dashboard into an ad for the UDM complete with a 'buy now' button. Has anyone seen that and have you been able to reclaim the real estate?

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1 hour ago, nrf said:

just an FYI, today I updated my controller software. ubiquity decided to turn the upper half of my dashboard into an ad for the UDM complete with a 'buy now' button. Has anyone seen that and have you been able to reclaim the real estate?

 

Meh I bloody hate it when they do stuff like that, good enough reason to take them off of the upgrade list.

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nrf

justifies my hesitance to involve cloud services at home

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I’m not against Cloud Technology as such, but there is one major drawback and that is when someone gets hacked (Ubiquiti for instance), it affect thousands and thousands of people and not just a single customer.

Granted, larger companies like Microsoft, Amazon or medium sized like Ubiquiti may have more money to spend on security than the average small business but even they screw up from time to time (think Solarwinds).

So, although I use cloud services a lot, I still believe that on-Prem stuff has its justification for a lot of functionality.

We’re going to see a lot more breaches going forward, I’m afraid.

Yes, I run my Ubi ctrl on a Windows box at home and at work. :)


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