(1). A fancier way for companies to describe their websites, which usually are anything but fancy.
“Gentleman we need to discuss updating our web properties. I don’t think it is in the company’s best interest to have that dancing baby on there anymore. Feels like we are going for a cheap laugh…although it is a good one…ya know what? Let’s keep it up there.”
(1). An artificial deadline for an IT or Ops project to be completed, generally ignored by staff and management alike. The “go live date” may actually occur anywhere between two weeks and three years from the original, stated timeframe.
“Hey Tom, what’s the go live date for that new client dashboard the neck beards are working on? I think when we told the higher ups December, they thought we meant of this year! Can you believe that? That’s only 11 months away! We gotta buy more time.”