“Power does not corrupt. Fear corrupts… perhaps the fear of a loss of power.”
Steinbeck may not have had technology in mind when he penned this idea. Still, it applies just the same. A loss of power means a loss of productivity, access to critical applications, and ultimately a loss of potential revenue. Corrupt power can be detrimental. Which is why we have a power practice with the goal of making sure you don’t go down, lose access, and lose money.