The Wall Street Journal describes ten methods for avoiding those pesky IT rules and regulations many people find so annoying. From the article:
Often it's just easier to accomplish certain tasks using consumer technology than using the sometimes clunky office technology our company gives us -- compare Gmail with a corporate email account.
There's only one problem with what we're doing: Our employers sometimes don't like it. Partly, they want us to work while we're at work. And partly, they're afraid that what we're doing compromises the company's computer network -- putting the company at risk in a host of ways. So they've asked their information-technology departments to block us from bringing our home to work.
End of story? Not so fast. To find out whether it's possible to get around the IT departments, we asked Web experts for some advice. Specifically, we asked them to find the top 10 secrets our IT departments don't want us to know.
If you've ever experienced frustration at the hands of an IT department, it's hard not to enjoy this article.
[via fellow Enterprise Irregular Jeff Nolan]