Techsavvy refers to the proficient ability to navigate and use typical computer programs for a given task or project. This ability is continually compromised every few years because software companies needlessly rearrange the layout and menu structure of new versions touting them as “new and improved”, forcing users to continually relearn new operating systems and applications.
John has a great resume, but I heard someone else got the job ‘cause he can’t seem to get the hang of Excel or PowerPoint—smart guy, but not techsavvy.
by brianleonwoods@gmail.com August 09, 2011

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