I was preforming a pre-upgrade cleanup for a customer when I ran into this:
As you can see, they took a relatively unused field, Address 1: County, and repurposed it and called it Current Software.
This is a very, very, bad thing.
For one, it is totally unnecessary. Maybe back in the 1980’s when we measured things in kilobytes and megabytes; where gigabytes was just something on a mathmagician’s chart.
But that is not today, when people regularly, and with a straight face, speak of and use petabytes and beyond.
Don’t let me catch you doing this. It is just plain bad design and can lead to fascinatingly odd problems to fix.