Just had a moan at my IT Support Manager because we lost access to all remote drives. His response was that I should count myself lucky not to work for the NHS. He bailed out of working on this project last year because he simply did not want to be looking for a new job with a known disaster project on his CV: http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/article-23385317-details/Expert%20warns%20%C3%BD%C3%BD20bn%20NHS%20computer%20programme%20'won't%20work'/article.do A senior executive at technology giant Fujitsu said the troubled project - the biggest civilian programme of its kind in the world - was also in danger of becoming a "camel" rather than a "racehorse". In a damning indictment of the scheme, Andrew Rollerson, a senior healthcare consultant at the firm, said: "What we are trying to do is run an enormous programme with the techniques that we are absolutely familiar with for running small projects. "And it isn't working. And it isn't going to work." He added the idea that the IT project - which aims to provide electronic health records for 50 million people - will transform patient care could not be "further from the truth". Why is this Government so wedded to mega-IT projects?