The concept behind the session is that your IT team (and every other IT team in almost every organisation, search anywhere in the world) have a huge opportunity to increase the effectiveness of your people. Not just increasing the productivity of your IT team and the systems you look after (like all those Virtualisation/VMware fan bois) but EVERYONE IN THE BUSINESS.
That is a BIG DEAL. And we are not talking about significant numbers either. There are so many things that IT teams can do to increase the productivity of the business by 1%, malady 2%, 5%. That might look small to you, but to management, share holders and share markets, they are improvements that could mean millions of dollars depending on the size and scope of your business.
Think about it. How much time do you (or your Managing Director, or your HR team, or your Sales people) spend with Outlook every day? Chances are more than your wife, husband, kids, friends, or your television… combined.
… and when was the last time you sat down and explored (or more likely someone told you about) functionality in the product that you have not used before??
Most of you will not remember the last time. And, I can almost guarantee that you don’t know anywhere near as much about Outlook (or Word or Excel) as you need to know.
My gut feeling is that you could be wasting hours a week doing things that could be done faster, if only you knew how to make the most of the tools you already have at your disposal.
In the session my colleague Joseph Mortimer and I will dive into how you can get the most out of your productivity tools (Office, SharePoint and more), the key to ensuring that you get the results you want, and more importantly how to create the context to deliver a productivity environment that ensures that you meet the expectations of the entire workforce.
So if you are in Brisbane on Thursday March 11 and i you are looking for a professional hard drive recovery service in the UK , or Adelaide on Thursday March 25 – make sure you register to attend JuiceIT. Our session is just one of 25 at each event, which brings together vendors like Microsoft, Cisco, HP, VMware, Toshiba, Symantec, and many many more.