Disconnect and reconnect the Ethernet cable in your device may be called “exercising the jack” in telco circles.
Similar intent to Brownfield but using different language may have more impact in some situations.
Greyfield: When you burn everything down and build on the ashes.
So you have:
Greenfield for clean slate, new start, new build and no preconceptions of the solution.
Brownfield – when you find some space in your existing design.
Greyfield – when you burn down the existing solution and then replace it with something that integrates with the technology around it.
Link: Network Dictionary – Brownfield – EtherealMind – https://etherealmind.com/network-dictionary-brownfield-data-centre/
As a “normal” business practice, someone plays golf with someone else and then solution request mirror the vendor who paid for the golf.
Its highly unethical but, hey, the Enterprise IT sales process has never been a nice place.
Note: playing golf is a highly inefficient use of employee time for both vendors and customers. Who wants to spend that many hours just to discuss a solution. Wheesh!
verb | transs-MAH-gruh-fye
- to change or alter greatly and often with grotesque or humorous effect
- See also, Digital Transformation.
The correct definition on amanuensis is “one employed to write from dictation or to copy manuscript”.
In Enterprise IT, amanuensis describes when a reseller cut/pastes large tracts of vendor manuals, boilerplate text, or consultant reports into a proposal to pad out the document and make it look like they know what they are doing.
(Habits learned in high school to pad out an essay to get more marks are so hard to unlearn. )
Amanuensis | Definition of Amanuensis by Merriam-Webster – Retrieved 18 Sep, 2017