I need to update our servers. I have 20 PCs to deploy. My boss wants me to deploy a new VPN. I have to prepare for Windows Vista.
Stop with the excuses! I've never worked on a help desk that
wasn't overworked, overstressed and underpaid. But that doesn't mean you canignore the customer—your end users.
Too often, IT organizations fail to adequately communicate
with their end users. This lack of interaction can lead to confusion,
suspicion, and even conflict. You can often avoid customer dissatisfaction and
resentment by effectively and regularly communicating effectively and regularlywith your end users.
In this 5-minute podcast, I explain why there is no substitute
for good communication and offer a little advice for using three commoncommunication methods: e-mail, voice mail, and face-to-face contacts.