Running my previous company in San Francisco in 2013, I wrongly assumed that IT was an outdated and unnecessary concept for a modern company. We use Apple computers! We’re all tech-savvy! Nothing breaks! The cloud! I could go on. Once we got to about 30 employees the responsibilities started to pile up:
Nothing is certain but death and taxes...and digital transformations?
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You have yet to nail down your password management processes and now you have a potentially passive-aggressive ex-employee. What happens now?
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