There's no such thing as an IT problem ... only business problems with IT solutions.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 06, 2013
Infusive Solutions - an IT staffing firm specializing in SQL Server jobs in New York City - recently spoke with SQL Server MVP Kevin Kline who stated that if he could do a 'transaction rollback' and advise his earlier self of one thing, it would be that there is no such thing as an IT problem.
There are only business problems, solved with IT solutions.
That’s an excellent point.
Of course, an IT professional’s baseline credibility is established through their technical skills.
But, for those who have ambition beyond accomplishing the baseline requirements of their job description, there are few better suited to secure executive positions than data professionals.
How do they get there though? The key is to break outside their department to observe, understand and embrace the business within which they work. With that perspective in hand, data professionals are in an excellent position to apply for high-level IT jobs with the ability to explain how technical investments would enable firms to operate with more agility and at less cost.
With that in mind, the Infusive team partnered with Ayman El-Ghazali - a SQL Server DBA and BI developer at the American College of Cardiology in D.C. - to explain how observing the surgical practice energized and propelled his career in the data center.
Polished and designed in an easy-to-ready seven page guide entitled ‘How to Avoid a Database Heart Attack,’ any DBA, software developer, Windows engineer or support professional that digests the content will get back to work with superior insight into the importance of team dynamics, proactive monitoring and surpassing the call of duty.
How to Avoid a Database Heart Attack is available right here. Check it out. It’ll be good for your heart.
About Infusive Solutions:
Infusive Solutions Inc. is a specialized technical staffing firm within the Microsoft Partner Network. Located in midtown Manhattan, the Infusive team helps clients in verticals ranging from finance, media, law and entertainment hire IT staff including .NET, SQL Server and SharePoint developers as well as Windows Systems Engineers, DBAs and helpdesk support professionals.