I was in Singapore last week attending GovWare, speaking at the event and also meeting a number of customers and partners. Land of eternal summer, I think the lows were in the high 70's which made my morning runs, huh, interesting. Isolation is not a new concept here in Singapore, as the government pulled out 100,000 computers (de-linked) from the Internet to avoid any malware contamination. The government personnel are given dedicated kiosks (black computers) from which they can access the Internet, but that's about it. This is an extreme form of Isolation, while 100% safe, is also at cross-roads with user experience. But this has been the history of Isolation though. We've always been forced to trade off between security and user experience. Security by shackles.