It's probably safe to say that most people who list Microsoft Office on their resume only understand about 10 percent of it.
Not everyone has a pile of money lying around.
Prepare to have your mind and taste buds blown.
At least we have copies. We do have copies of this stuff, right?
Cloud computing is the future of getting stuff done.
Trying to remember which shows are on which service requires a mastery of spreadsheets, and also a mastery of patience.
We know what's up.
So you've got some data, or a website, or a whole network that needs protecting ...
Without precise calculations, you could reformat an entire hard-drive or erase a year's worth of code, or miss blowing up a Death Star entirely, we guess.
Just in case the ice cream thing doesn’t work.
You're probably pretty worried about the safety of your data.
Even video games don't beat the sheer joy of creating your own video games, and then blasting the crap out of everything in them.
Unless you're currently surrounded by an immense labyrinth of filing cabinets, you probably store your data in some sort of cloud.