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5 non-certified IT career skills that will get you more money

By Lightwell | Wed, Jun 26, 2013

Many of today’s IT careers require not only a four year degree from a university in a technical field, but also certifications in certain software and skills. The classes, tests and training for these certifications can range from several hundred to several thousand dollars.

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Ohio means IT Services jobs: Why Columbus is IT’s new hotspot

By Lightwell | Fri, May 17, 2013

With new technologies being developed and updated continuously, tech professionals trained in IT
services and software will continue to have an excellent hiring outlook for the year 2013.

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Job Satisfaction High for IT Services Professionals

By Lightwell | Fri, Apr 12, 2013

IT servicers are unarguably the renaissance men and women in their field.  Day-to-day activities can range from consulting on website functionality, working on physical hardware and managing files that are remotely hosted in the Cloud. IT services providers can take on general tasks to keep companies running smoothly, such as network management and infrastructure maintenance. They can also offer more specialized services, such as IT solutions specific to certain departments or tasks including accounting, payroll, human resources and marketing. Having access to IT expertise in a variety of contexts through a partnership can help companies take advantage of available technologies to increase market share, without requiring significant financial investments for long-term employees.

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Survey: IT Skills Important to SMBs

By Lori Angalich | Fri, Dec 28, 2012

Companies of all sizes are discovering the value of IT services and appointing tech-savvy professionals to work on business operations and communications. By partnering with IT service providers, companies are enjoying the perks of consistent network management, operational efficiency and transparent communications. Costly glitches and setbacks in business growth can be alleviated or avoided with accurate IT services, while working with a third party can reduce costs of maintenance and infrastructure to improve the bottom line.

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