Question: What do you get when you ask a question and the answer just raises more questions? Answer: Pretty much nothing.
In fact, less than nothing, since it usually means you have to circle back, form a new question, and hope an actual answer comes out. Or give up and start on something else.
Have you noticed how often people avoid business change by just not giving an answer to direct questions? The Computer Answer Guy says it’s time to stop that.
Here’s an example: you have a license to use a piece of software, and it limits you in some way. One computer. One processor. One site. Something. Business change happens. You have the software running on a computer with one processor and upgrade the computer to have more than one. Now what? Do you not do the upgrade? Maybe, but . . . I know lawyers, computer geeks and business people, all of whom will have different opinions on what you need to “do” (or more to the point, not do). So do you . . . just . . . stop?
Always keep moving forward. Business Change may be painful to deal with, but sitting around and waiting for things to just resolve themselves is not the answer. Ever.