You don't need to become an information technology (IT) expert to run an online business – you can choose the level of IT skills you want to learn.
The size of your business, its structure, and how you deliver your product or service can also have an impact on how tech-savvy you need to be. It's a good idea to get familiar with web terminology, and look into what tools or platforms that are commonly used by business owners to run their business online.
If you're a start-up, micro or home-based business owner, you might need more IT knowledge, as you'll have fewer employees to manage the workload. A bigger, or more established business owner might choose to outsource technical work to employees or contractors.
If you do need to up-skill your IT knowledge, read on to find out how you can.
Here are some resources you can access for free to help up-skill your IT knowledge:
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