Bad IT: Don’t make these mistakes in your organization

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Stephen Sauer

We’ve all worked at “that place,” where processes weren’t followed, best practices were unheard of, and dysfunctional rhythms and routines were the law of the land. In some ways, these experiences can be our greatest teacher, providing an object lesson in how things are not supposed to work.

Here are some real-life examples of less-than best practices, performed both by IT organizations and IT pros themselves, as well as the lessons that can be learned from them.

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