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This Week: Why End-User Training is a Must

This week on the CBT Nuggets blog, we highlighted the importance of end-user training. Everyone from the CEO to the receptionist needs to be aware of security best practices or how to use basic tools in Microsoft Office. Otherwise, it’s a waste of resources and their IT team’s time. Read about the many benefits of training up your organization.

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    It happens every time. You deploy a new OS or system, and then you spend the next six months fixing “problems” that amount to user error. User training should be the final part of a big project and planned from the beginning.



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