Mordac is appropriately dressed for this strip. Of course with his passing into obscurity things will get worse. Vendor lock-in for hardware; you get what they are selling not what is needed to do the job. All software rented and kept on cloud servers that will disappear at random intervals. The IT budget will be directed to the nearest pocket and the costs will be extracted from the most popular project budget. Writing a memo to complain about the situation will collapse the whole thing into an unrecoverable death spiral. In the end, parchment and quill pens will make their long anticipated comeback.
Actually, because of PRISM. Many companies are getting out of the cloud (until the next salesman sells them the !$%*!$%* that their data is private and secure). So people like Mordac would exist for more time than Dilbert believes.
Dilberts work, on the other hand, will more likely to be Outsourced to Ebonia.