are where other areas haven't got this message and totally disregard anything IT has to say except 'Sir, Yes, Sir will do Sir' despite it being against the system capabilities, the regulations, or the good of the business.
I know of C level staff who abused IT because they wouldn't put a wireless point in his office so it made it easier for him to put his desk where he wants and ti just sue the wireless to access the system with his notebook - never mind the system required wired connections for all devices attached because it was a requirement of the Dept Defence security classification of the material on it. The IT techs wouldn't do what he wanted, so THEY had to be at fault. If they had done what he wanted the company would have lost a multi year mega millions defence contract as soon as DoD conducted their next quarterly audit of the system.
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