Teach Yourself Managing IT for Your Small Business

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McGraw-Hill Education, Nov 8, 2007 - Computers - 176 pages

Make your computer systems work for you and add profit to your business

As a small-business owner or manager, the language of IT is equally important to you as balance sheets, profit/loss accounts, and other financial metrics. Written in an accessible and often humorous style, Teach Yourself Managing IT for Your Small Business provides you with the know-how to utilize IT to its fullest and grow your business and profits to unprecedented levels.

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Michael Pagan is an experienced IT director and consultant as well as a small business owner.

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