BOFH: How dangerous are your users?

Monday, 16 August 2004, 10:43 AM EST

Sure, your users may look about as likely to rebel as the pack of mindless sheep that they are - but can they be trusted?

- Are your users reading forbidden literature?
- Are they trying to climb the technical greasy pole behind your back?
- How will you know?
- Can the cattle prod be trusted to solicit the truth?

It's time to put it to the test!

Put yourself in your users' place and answer these simple questions to see if things are going according to plan at YOUR workplace.

By Simon Travaglia at The Register.

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