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  • Who are project managers reporting up to?

    Do project managers in your enterprise report up to the CIO, or someone else? Any advice on making sure IT projects stay on track and actually take into interest what the rest of the company is looking for?

    ITKE346,265 pointsBadges:
  • Best Windows Server 2008 tips, tricks and underused features?

    Hi, My boss is asking me to find out how to better automate some of our daily server administration tasks, but I'm kind of at rope's end. Any tips, tricks, or underused features you would recommend to reduce the management workload and free up time for other stuff? I've feel like I've got a good...

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  • IT Business Value Management

    Could anyone help me out with a scientifically correct definition of IT business value management? Thanks a lot!

    KimMaes5 pointsBadges:
  • What training and certification incentives are cost effective?

    A few of my employees have occasionally brought up continuing certifications and education, wanting us to spend some of budget of course. I'm all for helping pay for a domain-specific certification or helping employees keep up their skills, but I'm trying to balance the high cost of both the...

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  • Presenting data center reports in plain English?

    Hi, I've been tasked with coming up with some kind of monthly reports on the state of our data center, and I was wondering if anyone had advice on what kind of information is relevent to non-IT people, or advice on writing reports up that don't skimp too much on the technical data but get any...

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  • Who offers the best IT/business alignment advice on Twitter?

    Who is offering good advice on aligning IT with business on Twitter? Companies, practioners or consultants are welcome!

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • IT evaluation

    Should IT evaluation address wider issues, such as risks, implementability, flexibility, organizational impacts and links to strategy?

    Stalions5 pointsBadges:
  • How can I set reasonable expectations about IT performance?

    I'm having trouble figuring out how to establish common guides on uptime, performance, etc. for our various business units. Should different units have different internal agreements? And any suggestions on how to set these baselines that make at least some units happy when everybody asks for things...

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