Humans have been using luggage to travel since commercial airlines became increasingly popular in the 1940s and 1950s. It wasn’t until 1970 that wheels were put onto luggage, and it wasn’t until the late 1980s that the retractable handle was added to resemble luggage that most everyone uses today. Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg, author of What’s Your […]
If you’re new to a management role in your IT department, eventually the time will come to evaluate those on your team. Here are some tips for how to properly set goals and measure them.
We’re still in the midst of a global pandemic with many variations in rules, guidelines and procedures based on which state, county and community in which we work. While many businesses remain remote working, many others have begun to open back up. So how do you navigate around the locational challenges associated with today’s disparate […]
Ultimately, there’s nothing we could say here which would be more valuable to IT budget planning and allocation than this: you need to have a strategic plan. Any allocations you make in a budget ultimately need to serve the business or organization’s master plan, so a budget is essentially useless without that starting point. But where else […]
Utelogy, a provider of control, monitoring, and analytics software for workspace management, announces the release of High Availability, a new component of its software system that works in the background to eliminate single points of failure by providing redundancy across geolocated datacenters, promoting responsiveness, and ensuring continuous uptime. High Availability (HA) has been developed as […]
Any IT project or business plan will obviously change based on project scope and the needs of the organization creating it. But in general, we find that many members of our audience are searching for the right way to write an IT business plan. So we’ve interviewed some IT professionals to create this guide to […]
There are a lot of talented people looking for their next opportunities across the AV employee landscape as the coronavirus pandemic has triggered wide-scale layoffs throughout the industry, from the largest to the smallest companies and even the associations that represent the people within the space. Certainly, the conventional wisdom for most employers looking to fill open […]
The COVID-19 pandemic is hard on all of us — business owners, managers, employees and the like. The crisis is not only hurting your organization, IT department and your customers, but its also having a more profound effect on the people that devote their lives to you and the vision you have for your company. […]
School districts are continuing to use grant money for differing applications during the pandemic, including technology for remote learning and training for behavioral health specialists. This focus on school district mental health training is proving to provide a multitude of benefits. The Waynesboro Area School District (WASD) in Pennsylvania has received federal grant money to update technology […]
IT Service Management (ITSM) takes traditional IT management and delivers it as a service, streamlining processes and providing better management.