From the IT suite to the corner office

Technology isn’t all about coding or networking. Productivity is a part of everyone’s life in business, and IT professionals can bring new insights to the boardroom, but moving into management requires a new approach to personal development. Jason Wa

2nd October, 2016
Sally Stone, training and development specialist, and Catherine OKeeffe, training manager, PFH Technology Group

The skills for a good career in IT include more than just the technical and engineering side of the business. Productivity apps drive much business activity, both for SMEs as well as large enterprises, but keeping up with changes means more than installing new versions of traditional software.

Indeed, the proliferation of Microsoft Office 365 has seen new collaboration tools appear in offices across the land. The question is: how can one take best advantage...

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