In today’s age, the computer has become an integral part of almost every business, performing computational as well as organizational tasks. They have increased productivity almost everywhere and have made many things newly possible. By carrying out menial tasks (such as administrative processes like paperwork, keeping files, as well as easy but tedious computations) and not-so-menial tasks (such as simulations), computers have truly reshaped business structures.
As such, it has become important for organizations to know and understand how to be able to take advantage of the opportunities that computers can offer. The wealth of free and commercial programs available today makes it easy to find ones that would really be useful for almost any particular task.
Word processors make it easier than ever to create letters, memorandums, and other communications. Spreadsheets, on the other hand, provide a way to organize large amounts of data into tables and graphs. There are even programs available to help with scheduling and planning events on almost any necessary timescale: daily, weekly, even yearly.
With all this computer use, and especially for larger...