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2/16/2015
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Monday Comic: Remote IT

I don't think that is what they mean by remote IT.

Brian Moore is a cartoonist and illustrator. His first brush with the world of IT was a very part-time gig applying software patches on a TRS-80 Model III. The patches were about four lines long and arrived in the mail, typed on letterhead. He has since moved on to computers ... View Full Bio
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StaceyE
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2/28/2015 | 12:41:48 PM
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@ Brian.Dean

I agree that holographic technology could have a very positive impact on productivity world wide, but you're right...us IT folks will probably still be considered the trolls under the bridge. ;)
StaceyE
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2/28/2015 | 12:12:55 PM
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Oh great and powerful OZ! Now this guys definitely using technology to take his own little power trip.
freespiritny25
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2/20/2015 | 5:48:37 PM
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Reminds me of the "great and powerful Oz".
vnewman2
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2/17/2015 | 7:01:42 PM
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Such a shame that the stereotype exists and people continue to feel this way.  Sad but true.  I think the mounds of red tape people have to go through to do anything outside the norm on their corporate computer, security enhancements and the like perpetute this - it's like hating the police for enforcing the laws.

Will this ever change I wonder?

 
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2/17/2015 | 6:02:24 PM
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Kind of looks like the former CEO of a global company I used to work for addressing an all-hands meeting. It reminds me of that, anway...
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2/17/2015 | 2:16:14 PM
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With the help of Microsoft's hololenses, once is affordable, of course; the remote IT will change forever.
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2/16/2015 | 7:20:34 PM
Advances in Technology
It seems that Holographic Display Technologies are not going to help to increase the image of the IT department. However, the productivity of the world will increase with these technologies.
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