The 12 Days of Christmas, from a Technology User’s Standpoint.


On the first day of Christmas, technology gave to me:
A brand new user ID.

On the second day of Christmas, technology gave to me:
Two sign-in forms, and a brand new user ID.

On the third day of Christmas, technology gave to me:
Three virus scans, two sign-in forms, and a brand new user ID.

On the fourth day of Christmas, technology gave to me:
Four printers jammed, three virus scans, two sign-in forms, and a brand new user ID.

On the fifth day of Christmas, technology gave to me:
Five new passwords, four printers jammed, three virus scans, two sign-in forms, and a brand new user ID.

On the sixth day of Christmas, technology gave to me:
Six license failures, five new passwords, four printers jammed, three virus scans, two sign-in forms, and a brand new user ID.

On the seventh day of Christmas, technology gave to me:
Seven frozen windows, six license failures, five new passwords, four printers jammed, three virus scans, two sign-in forms, and a brand new user ID.

On the eighth day of Christmas, technology gave to me:
Eight critical downloads, seven frozen windows, six license failures, five new passwords, four printers jammed, three virus scans, two sign-in forms, and a brand new user ID.

On the ninth day of Christmas, technology gave to me:
Nine more Gigs of RAM, eight critical downloads, seven frozen windows, six license failures, five new passwords, four printers jammed, three virus scans, two sign-in forms, and a brand new user ID.

On the tenth day of Christmas, technology gave to me:
Ten updates pending, nine more Gigs of RAM, eight critical downloads, seven frozen windows, six license failures, five new passwords, four printers jammed, three virus scans, two sign-in forms, and a brand new user ID.

On the eleventh day of Christmas, technology gave to me:
Eleven server warnings, ten updates pending, nine more Gigs of RAM, eight critical downloads, seven frozen windows, six license failures, five new passwords, four printers jammed, three virus scans, two sign-in forms, and a brand new user ID.

On the twelfth day of Christmas, technology gave to me:
Twelve faulty keyboards, eleven server warnings, ten updates pending, nine more Gigs of RAM, eight critical downloads, seven frozen windows, six license failures, five new passwords, four printers jammed, three virus scans, two sign-in forms, and now a revoked user ID.

Happy Holidays from Cycrest.

“Providing Stability and Increased Productivity to Your Organization.”

“One Call…Total Service.”


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