Not offended here. Realities of a small company and small IT team often get in the way of what's best. I am the only one here that knew the AVR.net application. I used past-tense deliberately, because among all the other skills I need to learn and use, my AVR.net is seldom used. It would take me a lot of time to reacquaint myself with that skill set to be able to make any web site modification. So keeping that task in-house does not lend itself to nimble and speedy service here. And sometimes mgmt signs contracts with vendors first and consults IT later (if at all).
I just need to know how I need to do my part as responsibly and professionally as I can.
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