More than that!
There was a great article last year written how IT always backstabs itself to death in a rotating wheel of futile wannabe trends and this vicious circle never stops.
When working in IT right away I can do away with those new trendy keywords the industry always uses.
Canned responses instead of putting the human touch on things.
Forgetting to keep the company intranet simple with the least amount of clicks with the least amount or no cascading style sheet tricks that make the older generation cringle in fear on mouse overs.
Pay attention to the customer and make new policies that dating with co workers is terms for being fired - no need to have war of the sexes while on the job.
The IT manager always has the latest hardware for Microsoft Office but the account admin has a pc that is 5 years old.
Allowing new hires to take vacation or time off and they have not even met their 6 months at the company yet.
All dept head teams have close access to the building but all IT employees must park very far away from the building and no emergency park area for IT for those dead computer emergencies for quick repairs or pc swaps.
IT should get their own lunch rooms so other depts do not hear the chitter chatter about people who treat their pc like crap.
IT dept is always the last part of the company to get their carpets replaced.
Shoving IT under boiler pipes looking like a scene out of nightmare on elm street(georgetown university in downtown washington D.C.)