This collection of IT Love Songs will melt your motherboard, er, heart

IT Love Songs

Do you remember what it was like when you first fell in love … with computers? When you realized that you could create almost anything your heart desired, and be the master of your own (web) domain?

Yes, it’s been a long road to get where you are, with a lot of jammed printers, support calls on your “lunch break,” and Blue Screens of Death along the way. If you’ve been feeling undervalued or overlooked, IT pros, it’s time to feel that love again.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Sophos is bringing you a collection of IT Love Songs, including classic hits like Axl Linux’s multi-platinum record “Let’s Begin Again (And Reset Our Passwords),” and Jon Bon Java’s still popular “Hit Return and Say a Prayer.”

Now, for a limited time only, you can get all your favorite IT love tunes on one CD, a singular collection of the best IT heartbreakers from the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, 2000s … and whatever you call what comes after the 2000s.

Who could forget these hits?

  • “Can I come Over and Reboot Your Mainframe?” by the Backspace Boyz
  • “That’s How You Ruin a Server” by Donna Chandalier
  • “Don’t Hack My Heart” by Dax Soup and Pomegranate Blue
  • “What’s Our Laptop Replacement Policy?” by DJ Hotmail
  • “Check Your Junk Email for My Love” by Rusty Server
  • And many more …

But wait! That’s not all. You’ll also get …

This offer is not available in stores. You can only get these IT favorites in one place: sophos.com/lovesongs.

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