After you’ve determined that you are in the “stable middle” of a product lifecycle, you’ll be faced with a variety of options (especially if it’s a PC you’re buying!).
Training for employees must happen to keep employees up to speed on current technology. Show how this training is going to solve problems, save money and help get projects done on time and under budget. For some employees training is a reward. Make a point that this will help improve employee morale as well.
The budget might apply to an one person IT staff or a large enterprise wide IT department. Maybe someone requires a new laptop, this might have to be in a budget. This has to be sold or explained to non-IT people who might see the IT department as overhead. That means showing them numbers that make sense and keeping it simple for non-IT folks. The budget planner has to show what was done in the past year and how the money to be allocated for next year will be used.
Of course, there will be times where you’ll be asked to provide an overall project estimate. You may get this wrong, underestimate the time you’ll need to spend on it and end up putting in a few unbillable hours. That’s OK, just so long as it doesn’t become a habit!
Well it required a bit of research, but I am more than happy with the end result. I am not a computer hardware engineer but I know how each computer component at least helps gaming. For example, I know that graphic card is the brain behind all of it and the processor speed determines how well it can communicate with the graphic card etc. I also know that processors need to be good enough to keep up with the power of the graphic cards and graphic cards in turn need to be good enough to keep up with the graphic engines on games. The key to creating my new gaming computer was “balance”. The components need to maintain a balance among each other. I mean if I was to buy a very powerful graphic card but I did not have a processor that could cope with all the information, then I just wasted my money.
The two words, Concentration and Specialization seems to be the same but they are far from each other in the IT world. You may be a programmer which is the area you are putting your focus, but we should understand that under programing, you have, PHP, JAVA, ASP. Html. etc. Specialization in this mean i choosing PHP and leave the rest for others. despite how skilled you may be, if you major in both JAVA and PHP, you can never be as skilled as the one that study and major only on PHP. This is when the power of Specialization comes in. we call this vision and passion in career world. I will prefer to patronize a shop that sell babies cloth only for my children clothes than to go to a shop that sell both old and kiddies clothes.
You can set Restore Points on your computer, but if your Motherboard is fried, then you’ll still lose everything. You can get Motherboard rescue kits, but it’s much simpler to just do a regular back up. To an external hard drive. They’re surprisingly cheap nowadays too.