Labor Day is around the corner so I labored over this blog post to bring you a recap of the week's Knowledge Network resources.
This Dummies book shows you how VoIP can save you money, how voice communication travels online, and how to choose the best way to integrate your phone system with your network at home or at the office. This excerpt provides a look at the costs of implementing a VoIP program.
This Social Networking Policy PowerPoint presentation explains a sample social networking policy of a company and covers various social tools and what is or is not allowed when using them.
This checklist helps you see what Windows 7 features are available and how those could be of benefit to your business.
Some enterprises require annual re-justification for IT expenses. Chargeback processes are implemented in order to help with these issues. These include allocation, chargeback for specific services, and full internal chargeback based on pseudo-market prices for all services. These approaches often fail. This collection of research notes, provided by Info-Tech Research Group, addresses this problem.
As IT budgets improve, the need for this process will only increase. This Info-Tech report, "Framework for Setting IT Salaries," provides IT decision makers with a structured approach to balancing strategic staffing against salary requirements.
A data warehouse project manager's job is beset with worst practice traps just waiting for the unwary project manager to fail. You don't have to fall prey to these traps. Take a look at these 10 worst practices to recognize and avoid these methods and you may be one of the clever few who will successfully implement a data warehouse.