non-technical

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non-technical

[ˈnɒnˈteknɪkl] ADJno técnico
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The Supafolio platform allows creative, marketing and non-technically trained employees to create and publish any websites without writing code, integrating into your systems data with custom Apps designed for the Publishing industry.
Communication is also a key skill, being able to converse technically with peers and non-technically to clients, so being adept at dealing with people is an important ability to focus on.
Drawing on years of experience working with thousands of companies on a daily basis, the new interface makes ONTRAPORT's powerful business and marketing automation tools even more intuitive and accessible to the non-technically inclined.
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For the non-technically inclined, a multitude of vendors, such as Xdrive.
Setup, maintenance and use of the data may be carried out with little more than a web browser and a mouse; making it ideal for the non-technically orientated.
For the non-technically minded of you, what all these numbers and letters mean is that the Dreamcast will blow any other console completely out of the water.
Non-technically trained people went directly from high school to the production line, where most spent their entire working career at the same company.
CLIA waiver applies to tests that are simple to perform and interpret, such as rapid Strep tests and pregnancy tests, and can be used in virtually any laboratory setting by non-technically trained operators.
The developer track is aimed at developers of all levels who are looking to learn basic and advanced development methods in Elgg, while the general track is for marketing specialists, entrepreneurs, and the non-technically inclined who are looking to improve their use of social media.
There is a clear need for easy-to-understand and simple, independent advice for non-technically minded people who use computers,' HomeOffice Minister Hazel Blears said.