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Date registered: March 18, 2011

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  1. I am Sorry — May 1, 2012
  2. Information Technology Manager – avoid saying No — April 24, 2011
  3. The IT Manager working with remote staff — April 16, 2011
  4. Dealing with the pressures of the Consumerization of IT — March 23, 2011
  5. Downtime for the IT Manager — March 21, 2011

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I am Sorry

I am Sorry

For those of you who come to this blog regularly and like to see great content, and have noticed a market drop off in the number of posts. I am Sorry. I haven’t posted like I want to. There are many reasons for this, and I won’t go into any excuses. Since I don’t like …

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Information Technology Manager – avoid saying No

I couldn’t tell you the number of times I have been asked something and the answer is no. It ‘s not that the I don’t want to expand on it, but well sometimes writing an email with the word no is easier, especially when I am typing on m phone during a meeting I need …

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The IT Manager working with remote staff

Dealing with a remote staff is one of the trickiest parts of being a manager. There are plenty of questions you have: How often should I talk to them? How much should I leave them alone? Looking at a remote worker and building a team so they feel a part of something bigger is a …

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Dealing with the pressures of the Consumerization of IT

As more and more people bring in the devices and software they run at home, the harder it is to ensure the business can run as efficiently and effectively as possible. While the end user wants to have anything running anyway they want, after all, it is their job and they are more effective using the tools …

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Downtime for the IT Manager

Lets face it, for an IT Manager you can never really get downtime. The only time you used to be unplugged was on your vacation. Taking a vacation, turning the phone off, stopping the instant or text messages is both needed and a huge challenge. Can I trust my staff not to have any emergencies …

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