Every business seeks for profits, growing, assertiveness and a couple of more positive adjectives. Seems obvious to say, but the path to chase these results aren’t easy. According to the size and industry, it can require different types of professionals involved. An appropriate and well-designed business plan helps and having on your team the exactly professional to work on it can facilitate the journey too.
To say “No” properly is a key element, not just in life, but also in business relationships. It doesn’t mean to say yes, it’s always a matter of communicating your “no” in an effective and polite way and the most important giving no room for misunderstanding.
Business Skills are in high demand. Professionals are hearing and reading more about it, consequently they might get confused about what exactly these skills represent in their professional daily lives. The skill list below was compiled by CompTIA AITP based on IT job posts. They represent the set of abilities that managers are looking for to fill up their positions.
Our latest study conducted by New Horizons Corporation found that IT training is still a challenge for a lot of companies. The lack of qualified IT pros will make a huge impact on the growth of those companies. The 2018 State of IT Training Report shows that 40% of employees who receive little or poor training leave their positions within the first year. As a result, employee turnover costs companies 20% of that person’s yearly salary, which means a huge impact on productivity and innovation.
Microsoft recently announced two new features for SharePoint, mainly covering new tools and more option for those who are thinking of adopting SharePoint. The first of them is the SharePoint Starter Kit, which aims to demonstrate the customisation possibilities of SharePoint. The second one is the Framework version 1.5, which brings new tools and preview features. We will explain both in the article below.
The cost of the non-compliance with the GDPR is one of the main worries around European businesses right now. After a report showing that over half of the Irish business aren’t ready yet, the concern became a reality and now most of the companies are facing the consequences of not having their staff prepared to deal with the regulation.
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