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PostHeaderIcon How Can Companies That Rely on Technology Consistently Not Pay for It?

Over the last 20 years, businesses in every sector have become increasingly dependent on technology. At first it was the fax machine. Then came word processing. As technology has grown more complex each and every company has come to rely upon it more and more. So why are they afraid to put in the money to keep that technology going?

David Lane looks at this topic more in depth at:

How Can Companies That Rely on Technology Consistently Not Pay for It?

I have seen this happen myself: server closets without adequate ventilation. Phone systems held together with duct tape and paperclips. When I asked about it I was always told the issues where due to “budget constraints”. I am always amazed that people will risk their entire business for just a few thousand dollars.

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