IT made easy
IT training and support, when applied properly, can produce remarkable productivity improvements almost overnight. Kevin Kevany reports. ou’ve finally accepted that you simply aren’t getting the return you need out of your IT system. All your colleagues are flaunting their productivity gains, their iPads and smartphones. And you know you only use about a third of the functions in Microsoft Office. So what do you do first: get smart or get help? It’s not quite the ‘chicken or the egg?’ conundrum.
IT training and support, when applied properly, can produce remarkable productivity improvements almost overnight. Kevin Kevany reports.
What’s holding you back?
According to Pam Martin, once you are IT aware you can go out and ask for help.
Ray Delany, CEO of Designertech, a client of the Computer Power Institute, is enthusiastic about the Graduate Placement Service. “We want the best quality people. The Computer Power Institute needs work experience for their graduates and we need IT work completed. All parties benefit.”
Be assured, IT training and support is a sector stacked with motivated and creative leaders. Leaders who understand and can deliver the various and evolving requirements for New Zealand businesses to become more productive and exploit technological advances as they occur. Talk to them.