I dunno...lucky9 wrote:Although Microsoft is ultimately to blame.
Company A puts out a product that has widely known defects.
Company B buys it anyway.
Company C is contracted to install the product. It is aware of its defects, and also knows there are well known, documented ways to mitigate the potential damage from the product's defects. Company C does not include those mitigators in its installation.
Company B does not insist that the mitigators be included in the installation. Neither does it implement same said mitigators itself, post installation.
Company A cashes a check. Company C cashes a check. Company B saves a few bucks by not implementing the mitigators.
Company B gets bit by the widely known defects in the product it bought.
Who is to blame for Company B's problem?
Me, I say it's their own damn fault.