A/. DSL is much faster than cable in many countries as not everyone has fibre optic cable available for their Internet access. Thus you have a major fail here, mostly due to poor research in not checking things beyond your own local environment.
B/. Unless you're a marketing person, social networks ARE a big waste of time in the business environment as they do nothing for your work while taking people off work focus.
C/. Telecommuting can NOT work in many business environments due to the need to have access to original documents and / or security issues associated with the work being done. These issues affect most areas outside of the marketing people.
D/. Covers two areas, the 'white boxes' and the 'old software' - if what you have is doing the job as efficiently as possible, there is NO NEED to change, so there is no point to change just for change's sake. For most people in the work environment all they need is something with the computing power of a Pentium 100 MHZ system with 16 MB RAM to work their word processor program at the speed in which they type and read. Their next need is to open an email and read it. That accounts for about two thirds or more of people in a normal work environment.
I do recognise that there can be tax advantages to the regular update of equipment, but that often conflicts with cash flow, so all updates of hardware and software do need to be looked at from all perspectives.
The above shows you missed out on 5 out of 10 points - unless, of course, you're ONLY talking about a work place involved in creating cutting edge IT tech and marketing.
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