PC software specialist

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PC software specialist

A person who is responsible for the analysis, selection, installation, training and maintenance of PC hardware and software. The term was popular in the 1980s, as was "information center." Also known as "micro manager." See MMA.
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A no-nonsense boss and a tough task master who puts in 16 to 18 hours of work daily, she is known to be a micro manager.
Likewise, if you run a cohesive, highly motivated team, the comment 'you need to work more on your leadership talents' could mean that you are a micro manager.
I don't have a boss, but Howard Lorber is the owner and CEO of Douglas Elliman and he is not a micro manager," Jim Gross told Real Estate Weekly during an interview at his new offices on at 205 East 42nd Street.
Micro Manager is one such app that is mainly developed for the people who have the work of project managers and for helping the departments in production.
A micro manager with an elephant's memory, he was intolerant of inefficiency as he himself had come up through the ranks with diligence and determination.
He has a reputation for chic and being a micro manager of things.
Conversely, if you just have that micro manager doing his or her charts, you don't have any major change going.
Micro managers breathing down employee's necks are also a major complaint, with 57 per cent saying they have been unfairly micromanaged at some point in their careers, according to the UMR Research.
We appreciate the opportunity to assist Ingram Micro managers in streamlining their staffing processes, as well as delivering e-business solutions and strategic information which can yield quantifiable performance results in human capital management.