Our Top Learning Resources
To stay competitive in a fast-paced world, it’s important to continually educate yourself. Our eQuip! team is constantly learning to stay up-to-date on new ideas and events.
These are our favorite blogs, websites, and channels to learn more about enterprise asset management, IT asset management, government property management, and more.
Take some time to look through these learning resources, you may learn something new!
EAM Learning Resources
Alright, we’re a little biased. But that’s only because we work hard to write a blog that you’ll love.
We frequently talk about Enterprise Asset Management, as well as government contracting and other industries we serve.
Assetworks is one of the most influential asset management software companies in the world. It’s definitely worth scrolling through their blog archive. I’d also check out their Learning Center for infographics and videos.
Government Contracting Learning Resources
A great resource to learn more about federal contracting. Come for the long backlog of episodes, stay for the honest and personable hosts.
This blog is written by several partners from an industry-focused law firm. It’s no surprise, then, that posts focus on the legal side of government contracting. Buckle in for in-depth reading on contract administration and procurement law.
This website is a great resource. Blog posts use casual language and are easy to read. Their site also has some handy contracting lessons for in-depth, basic learning.
Though their blog is fairly new, I’ve found what they lack in history is more than made up by depth. Each article is carefully written, with everything you need to know about a topic.
IT Department Learning Resources
While Freshservice writes about IT service and support, they have a great selection of articles on IT software and IT asset management. Their posts are always full of valuable information.
This blog doesn’t cover IT asset management, but is such a great IT service resource I had to include it. Their articles are incredibly practical. Many of their posts focus on change management, which is very valuable for modern IT professionals.