snydeq writes: Colleagues can be both allies and adversaries, and InfoWorld's Dan Tynan discusses how IT can cope with the eight worst types of coworkers. 'These are people you deal with on a regular basis, largely because you have no choice. But even when their intentions are good, they can still cause you all manner of grief. They range from BYOD Betty, who insists on using her iPhone at work (but wants you to support it) to Cloudy Claudette, who's running her own shadow IT organization with the help of public cloud providers. And if Legacy Larry is your CEO, you might still be using hardware or software that hasn't been updated since the grunge era.'
Is it possible that software is not like anything else, that it is meant to
be discarded: that the whole point is to always see it as a soap bubble?