Introducing the IT
Management Survival Series!

This e-Book series will help you run your IT organization like a successful business, and help you maximize the return for every IT dollar you invest! Each volume in the series includes a comprehensive how-to eBook, along with several ready-to-use templates that you can use as-is, or customize to fit your own needs!

Iron Key Academy, our education and training division, has developed a multi-volume eBook called The IT Management Survival Series to help IT executives and managers navigate across a variety of mission-critical topics. Each volume, such as “Volume 1: The IT Budget: Managing Your Finances Effectively” also comes with a number of ready-to-use templates that you can use as-is, or customize to fit your own needs!


VOLUME 1:
The IT Budget: Effectively Managing Your IT Finances

More today than ever before, IT budgets and finances are becoming a primary target for business owners and executives looking to slash company costs. Today's business climate is making it increasingly difficult for IT managers and executives to survive without being able to justify every single dollar that the company invests in technology, including their own IT staff and outside services.
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VOLUME 2:
The Project Management Office (PMO): Get Control of Your Project Inventory

In today's complex business environment, IT managers and executives are under enormous pressure to deliver solutions that either reduce operating costs, increase efficiencies, or increase revenues. The need to prioritize key business and technology initiatives, and to deliver them in a timely and cost-effective manner, is paramount to the success of any IT organization.
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VOLUME 3:
IT Problem Management: Be Your Best During a Time of Crisis

Dealing with IT-related problems is the most stressful aspect of an IT manager's job. So many questions swirl around the heads of IT and business personnel alike during a crisis, such as "How serious is it?", or "How much money are we losing during the outage?", or even "What happens if we can't fix it?"
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