It’s hard to find time to read IT reports packed full with chapters titled “Management and Oversight” or “Transformative Change.” However, if you take the time, the following reports will not only prove insightful to you and your role in IT, but also to others in your organization.
We wanted to know where forward-thinking IT professionals find the best information, tools, and training. So we turned to the members in BetterIT, our IT-focused community, and asked them: “What’s the best IT resource you’ve ever come across?” Here’s a handy list of the resources they recommended.
Adopting new technology is far from simple. But when done right, new technology can lead to productivity gains and a distinct competitive advantage. What do technology adoption experts do to ensure success?
Google Cloud Next ’17 offered a window into some of the brightest minds in tech, but what does it all mean for your organization?
Zendesk Senior Product Manager Max McCal joined our Slack-based community, BetterIT, for an exclusive Q&A. A wide-range of questions were answered, including many about the Zendesk product itself, improving IT helpdesk efficiency, and the future of support.
How many apps are connected to your Google account? How many of those apps have full access to your Google account? If you don’t know, you should. Your security depends on it.
In this recap, we share the video, slides, and transcript of our in-depth webinar, “The 10 Commandments of the SaaS-Powered Workplace.”
IT admins working for companies that use Slack must know that it requires significant IT administration, especially if it’s housing sensitive company data.
In our third-ever AMA, best-selling author and futurist Jacob Morgan answered 10 questions from our BetterIT community members. The BetterIT community is now made up of more than 600 forward-thinking IT professionals.
IT is anything but simple. It’s a complex profession where every answer seems to start with, “Well, it depends…” That’s why taking a people-focused approach to IT is essential, according to 20-year IT veteran and CIO advisor Gavin Whatrup.