I work for a company that for some reason has decided to try to "organize" our Windows Server 2003 network using a numbering system rather than the typical and more user friendly naming conventions people are used to. For example, to find a particular form, they have put it here:
Now if you were a new (or even veteran) employee, would you know just by looking at that network location that it had anything to do with the Vacation Request Form's location on the server? I think this is going to create unnecessary confusion and extra internal work for no real added benefit. Granted they are creating a chart of accounts/network directory listing to find things, but again it seems like a waste of time to me. A "chart of accounts" for a server is not typical from what I've ever seen before, but please correct me if I'm wrong about this.
Any thoughts on persuading management from continuing with this crazy new system?
Thanks in advance!