kludgy


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kludgy

(ˈklədʒi and ˈkludʒi)
mod. having to do with an inefficient or sloppily written computer program. I don’t care if it’s kludgy. Does it work?
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"But their security infrastructure often remains exactly as it was in the physical world--making it far too kludgy, inflexible and slow to keep up with virtualized environments."
Adopting such a model is far preferable to continuing to run on a kludgy or awkwardly constructed infrastructure where each bolted-on quick-fix solution makes the entire house just that much more unstable.
IT managers who can demonstrate how they can increase security without making the whole process more kludgy will get support from business managers.
There's already an outside kludgy, last used for a visit by my late grandmother in 1999.
Cut and paste is kludgy and "typing" on a virtual keyboard is less than satisfying.
But he called the software's current user interface "kludgy." <p>Sean Ryan, an analyst at market research firm IDC, also gave Microsoft credit for recognizing the need to improve the user experience in Windows Mobile.
That's pretty kludgy, and it takes more button pushing to get back to your flight plan.
Like the capture industry, it was a little awkward, sort of kludgy and unlikely, but buoyed by the comfort that--despite the physical obstacles--I could still get the job done.
It needs Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 and Acrobat Reader 5 for all the kludgy file-passing.
Sure there are steps you can take to try and make sure you're anonymous, but they are kludgy; they slow you down.
Mounting and driving a turntable in this fashion may seem a bit kludgy, but it's really not!