However, that's no longer the case, according to the latest alert by anti-virus firm Kaspersky Lab which yesterday warned the trusty Mac is "becoming the weak link in corporate security systems".
What does WL stand for?
WL stands for Weak Link (physics)
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CEMOC army chiefs meet every six months but had never yet organised joint patrols, with the smaller countries criticising the group's powerhouse for its part has complained that Mali was the committee's weak link, blaming Bamako for allowing AQIM to set up bases on its territory and releasing jailed militants in exchange for hostages.
I don't think we have any weak links when we get it right, but so far we haven't managed to get all three together on the same day, going well like we did in Beijing and that's the key to being a strong team.
We know they are the weak link in the security chain, so we have to figure out a way to increase the size and make them better at the same time.
The United States has appealed to its allies to help train thousands more Afghan police, the US regional envoy said Saturday, describing the corrupt force as the weak link in the security chain.
On orders so far, wholesale sales for the six months to end of September will be up 10% on 2007, though Spain is the weak link.
That weak link is getting some strengthening this month with a long- overdue voluntary program in which recycling bins will be provided if requested for apartment complexes, condos and other multifamily housing.
As you know, developing team spirit means that the communication needs to work in both directions AND all the employees must understand that the team has no weak links.