Zdnet has compiled a list of fifteen IT commandments that we find particularly entertaining, if not informative.
The list covers some obvious ones like the fear (or absence of) of change and other related ones and delves into less obvious ones like not condemning departments for doing their own IT.
Non content with that, we’ve added ten more to it.
1. Thou shalt fight to get IT-aware management
2. Thou shalt collaborate, embrace and propagate when IT is concerned.
3. Thou shalt not keep data and information unto yourself.
4. Thou shalt refrain from saying PICNIC (Problem's in Chair, not in Computer) too often
5. Thou shalt prevent end-users from slurping, stealing data and P2Ping.
6. Thou shalt only follow your instinct when purchasing new solutions.
7. Thou shalt recycle computer products where possible to save the planet.
8. Thou shalt have a normal life with 9-to-5 cycles.
9. Thou shalt learn to respect SOX (Sarbannes-Oxley) and not delete anything
10. Thou shalt not use SOX to get CxO in troubled waters.