It's not about security issues...I spend more time updating crap in the back end then I do on site...out of date and we need to "Upgrade"...If there are that many vulnerabilities were constant updating is required, then they should get coders in there that can see them before hand...they have forced me to start looking for a more stable ...
Holy Crap, cryptidwolf. I'm laughing my ASS off!
Were you hiding somewhere in my office this week when the head of IT went on his MS rant? 'Cause that's an almost verbatim rendition of the... "I want all 385 Windows machines on the network replaced by something with no bugs, no security issues, no updates, no downtime, no coding errors, no vulnerabilities. Something that never needs improvement, development, human interaction, or upgrading, and get it done by tuesday"... speech, that I enjoy so much every now and again.
I guess it's all about priorities and expectation. I personally blame it all on that damn "internet" thing. I can't believe that thing is still around.
(...spliced together like a bad Fox news report. Out of focus and presented sarcastically out of context, analogy almost certainly being obsured in the process...)