My most annoying and recurring mantra over recent times is that of the death of IT as we know it. To any one who will listen I proclaim the new (old) message of: “how can you have an IT ‘department‘ when everything is IT?” it’s like saying the ‘living’ department, or the ‘communicating’ department. Stupid. Of course Americans already know this, and… Read more →
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