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Beyond Print 12 - Culture of No

Beyond Print 12 Podcast - Culture of No (download here) - IT departments have a reputation of saying 'no' to any and all requests. Want to set up a blog server? "No, you're not allowed." Normally I would say that...

Beyond Print 12 Podcast - Culture of No (download here) - IT departments have a reputation of saying 'no' to any and all requests. Want to set up a blog server? "No, you're not allowed." Normally I would say that this isn't the best way of going about business. However in the age of Internet applications and free hosted services, saying no may just push users to bypass the IT group altogether. In this podcast, I mention an article written by InformationWeek. You can read the piece here. If you would like to subscribe to the NWC podcasts, please subscribe to our podcast RSS feed. It'll let you get all the new episodes automatically.

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