Amazon and other places have several inexpensive books about MS Office that might be of benefit. You should also inquire at your local library. You could also ask some of your customers.
Hello. I'm a sales rep for a company selling IT hardware. I'm interested in technology, but I don't have a technical background.
I'm looking to bone up on enterprise IT, so that I can understand the way IT works at any given company, and provide better solutions to my customers.
Do you intelligent people have any recommendations for books that deal with enterprise/business IT at a high or mid level, and would be more or less accessible to someone with a BA in liberal arts, not computer science?
Some books I've read that I've liked have been "Computer: A History of the Information Machine" Campbell-Kelly and Aspray, and "The Innovators" by Isaacson.
Those were good for computer history, but now I'm looking for books on enterprise IT.
Any help/guidance would be greatly appreciated.