Today’s businesses operate in a global economy and Business Information Technology professionals will have the opportunity to interact with customers and associates from all over the world via e-mail, audio and video conferencing, and even face-to-face meetings. These professionals are finding that technology and corporate restructuring have created jobs that are more skilled and more rewarding than ever before. They are moving into areas such as training, supervision, desktop publishing, information management and research, and negotiating with clients and vendors. These administrative professionals are assuming roles once reserved for managerial and professional staff members. Many opportunities await those who master technology, use their interpersonal and communication skills effectively, possess the ability to track and organize and be creative in solving problems, and show a willingness to learn, grow, and accept challenges.