On a job description, you might see something like this:
Looking for someone who has experience in sales, can work as a team and must be computer savvy.
The word SAVVY [sav-ee] means knowledgeable or has advanced skills in a particular area. So someone who is COMPUTER SAVVY means they have good experience with using computers. It can sometimes be seen as computer-savvy.
But if you are a computer savvy person, you probably understand how to use several programs, how to perform virus checks, recovering deleted items, creating folders etc. I would say I'm a computer savvy teacher!
There are many other ways the word savvy can be used and not just with computers. Someone could be business savvy, internet savvy, politically savvy, technically savvy, marketing savvy, media savvy
It can also be used as an adjective before a noun:
"He is a savvy shopper", "She is a savvy bride", "He is a savvy politician", "She is a savvy Facebook user!"
Do you think you're computer savvy?