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>Way to avoid now for the fourth time the whole
>issue of IT Asset Mgmt and the "enduser".
What part of "not relevent to the point" didn't you understand earilier? The whole part?
YOU DON'T GET TO DEFINE THE TOPIC YOU ARROGANT
>I'll be traveling almost non-stop until just before New Years,
Your family must love you so much. Poor you. I'll be working at home, with my wife and family. LMAO
>>the blight of being a fool <<
clik is just old and stupid.
He's like a toothless senile old fart that yells at the kids when they step on his lawn. He pounds the window and cusses at the kids.
They laugh at the old fart and give him the finger.
The rantings of a delusional man...comical...
Way to avoid now for the fourth time the whole issue of IT Asset Mgmt and the "enduser". Obviously, you either misspoke (as can happen - nothing wrong with that), or really believe what you said.
In either case, you're either suffering the blight of being a fool who can't admit an error after multiple opportunities to correct themselves, AND/OR you really don't know much of anything and have spent 4+ years up here POSING to try and make up for your lack of accomplishments in life. Either way, your a sad, sad person.
I'm heading to the gym now. Then off to take a friend out for a birthday dinner. Enjoy the rest of your evening and feel free to frame this whole discussion in any way you see fit.
Tomorrow is a new day, and I'm back at the rat race. And for the sake of you and Hawcreek - I'll be traveling almost non-stop until just before New Years, so I won't be posting any for the next couple months at a minimum. Keep track if you'd like. That seems to be important for some reason.
And no fantasy of yours can change facts that you know nothing about.
You leaving, again?
I don't have anything to sell - what product am I selling? LOL - Tivoli? I've mentioned that one a few times.
I certainly wouldn't hire someone with your misplaced arrogance and open hostility. But then again, its to be expected from a 50+ year old HELPDESK worker who tries to pawn himself off as anything more than a lackey.
What you have ignored, and continue to ignore, is your concept of having employees be responsible for IT asset mgmt when it comes to software deployment, patching and updates. You claim you didn't state that, but I then reference one of a couple messages in which you did state that, and you ignore that for an hour or two in hopes no one will notice.
Your inability to overcome your lack of knowledge/understanding of IT Change Mgmt practices is frightening for someone who supposedly worked on mainframes and has been around as long as he claims. Have you ever sat in a Change Mgmt Council Meeting? Ever? I've been in plenty, and for the past six plus years, I've NEVER heard someone chime in with "let's have the endusers take care of this". Its called ACCOUNTABILITY - IT has it, and should own it.
ITIL is considered one of the great resources in the industry relative to Lifecycle Mgmt of IT Assets. You should really considering getting some training - they have lots to offer as it relates to people and process. What you're let with then is how to apply that to the chosen tools (technology) used in your specific enterprise.
The only one "selling" up here is you - trying desparately to appear as though you have any real work experience. You're from the HELPDESK.
BTW - this conspiracy theory of yours that anyone who disagrees with you is somehow working for the "evil empire" is laughable. My position in this discussion have been relatively technologically agnostic. The same issues apply no matter what the platform is being serviced. IT is responsible for the care/feeding/updating/security of IT assets. 100%. PERIOD.