One Throat to Choke - How is One Throat to Choke abbreviated?
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By clearly assigning responsibility for outsourced processes, products and services with the manufacturer, FDA hopes to apply a "one throat to choke
While the potential savings for customers are large, though, there is no longer one throat to choke
when something goes wrong when dealing with a vendor whose entire operation is in the cloud.
There have been some LED horror stories you haven't heard about because it isn't polite to report on them, and we seem to forget that old maxim of having "one throat to choke
" when you buy into new technology.