T O P

They got to have a FAQ around here to help you, so I can go back to doing my work.

They got to have a FAQ around here to help you, so I can go back to doing my work.

Ralkan28

Had the head of IT try to buy adobe pro so he could open his files. The files were word documents, he was using a mac. I offered him viable alternatives (word for mac or open office/libre office as free). He opted to change policy that all emails and other files must be stored as pdf when they are finalized. Edit: email attachments and archived files to clarify


HauntedFrog

Did you ever hear the tragedy of Darth IT the Wise? He taught his apprentice everything he knew, then his apprentice sent him a malware-infected PDF in his sleep. It’s ironic. He could protect others from malware, but not himself.


fightmilk22

Perhaps the WinRar archives are incomplete


SahajSingh24

Open the archives***


SlouchingToElysium

Specialization. Business experts not learning tech is why IT folks have jobs.


Corbakobasket

You could have sent it within your mail, but attachments are forbidden.