IT conference will stress business optimization

Businesses around the globe are constantly looking for ways to increase productivity and limit needless costs, and for many, technology offers the solutions to accomplish those goals. However, understanding and implementing the right type of technology can be a challenge for many.

For that reason, information technology experts have stressed the value of sophisticated IT networks built off reliable programs and applications, such as Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and Microsoft SQL Server 2008. The Washington state-based software vendor iLink plans to co-host a conference with Microsoft on Friday, November 4, which will address these issues.

"Now more than ever, organizations are under tremendous pressure to optimize their IT, HR and sales operations in order to increase their overall efficiency and reduce cost," Ravi Mallikarjuniah, Practice Manager at iLink Systems, said in a press release.

The company's conference "Optimizing your IT Operations, Sales, Marketing, and HR Using SQL Server Denali, SQL Server 2008 R2, SharePoint 2010, and More," will touch upon those technologies and others that businesses may want to consider.

While implementing these IT tools can be beneficial, managing them can be difficult without knowledgeable professionals. Companies are frequently on the lookout for skilled developers, programmers and IT professionals, but a lack of highly trained individuals leaves many unsure where to turn. This may provide opportunities for job-seekers, particularly those that undergo SharePoint 2010 online training from a Microsoft certified instructor.

In the meantime, many business owners can turn to qualified product support experts, who may be able to provide on-site training and support to better train and inform existing staff on the ins and outs of sophisticated software, such as SharePoint 2010 or SQL.

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