Knowing system requirements is rather like a disciple of a monastery, one who undertakes the noble task of comprehending the mysteries of the Universe.
The disciple first knows the Universe is ultimately unknowable in advance of the journey; circumstances, internal and external, will change along the way.
Eventually you can know a little or a lot as each Universal event arises, but you cannot know everything at every moment.What you know will change. Ask. Don’t make assumptions.
The World Is Flat
Not all of us remember the good old days of the '90s. Most assuredly we had computers. Competitive companies scrambled for the best software available even though most of it was boxed and generic. Custom software was slow to develop and thus costly.
The most immediate software customized to business needs was labelled “For Professionals” or “For Businesses.” Didn’t matter if you ran a hair salon or a fabricating shop.
Still, it all seemed very future-y, very innovative…then.
Technology is like a spare tire. When you don’t need it you hardly think about making sure you are invested in one but are deliriously grateful to have up-to-date tire tech when the need arises and business situations go flat. All the more reason to stay on top of technology investment before an unexpected demand explodes your company like a bald tire.Or, don’t wait until your business needs new technology to invest in it.
Right. Now look here. In the US of A we have a couple Houses. Members of the Senate & and the House of Representatives—not to mention the attendant bureaucrats and lobbyists. All have committees, sub-committees, oversight committees, and advisory teams.
With all those folks you'd think we'd have an efficiently run nation.
It's because of all those multitudes that we do not.
It is The Question That Drives Us, Neo:
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Confessions Of An App-A-Phobic
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