Profession pays monopoly-money price for technological advances
There was a time when architects' offices, like journalists', contained nothing of value. Unless there was a particularly elegant framed print on the wall, any thief finding their way in would have slim pickings. All that changed with the advent of computers, and now there is a whole raft of issues that every practitioner has to address.
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