Information and Communications Technology Training

Information Communications Technology Training provides a diverse set of technological tools and resources used to communicate, and to create, disseminate, store, and manage information. Information technology training for IT managers and systems analysts may seem superfluous - these folks are usually well-learned in their areas of expertise. But, do they understand how a company's technology fits into the bigger picture from a business perspective? That's where management training becomes important. Every manager who plays a role in researching, selecting or implementing enterprise technology needs to have a firm grasp on the basics of emerging technologies, as well as how they serve a larger business purpose, to ensure that technology is being used to the company's best strategic advantage.

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Information technology (IT) is the use of any computers, storage, networking and other physical devices, infrastructure and processes to create, process, store, secure and exchange all forms of electronic data.

Companies operating in today’s challenging economy are understandably cautious when it comes to investment, but the truth is that spending money on reliable, cost saving – and cost-effective technology is much like taking out insurance on the sustainability of a business and its ability to weather the storms.

With almost daily, rapid advances in technology, the opportunities provided in the IT sector continue to expand and evolve at a similarly fast pace.

Gauteng Premier David Makhura has encouraged the private sector to train young people to acquire skills in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector.

A new partnership will give SA students the opportunity to gain valuable experience in cutting-edge IT projects.

A partner unique in its approach to the development of ICT professionals by its commitment to International Certification, placing great value on certification to ensure that the industry requirements for skills development are met every time.

The ability to develop and launch easy to use technology that enables processes is the basis behind innovation in today’s market.

The Cortex Hub, a technology incubator, research lab and entrepreneurial hub in East London’s Industrial Development Zone, announced it will hold a 72-hour women’s hackathon from.

CTU Training Solutions now offers a new-to-market, groundbreaking cyber security training course and certification.

In terms of potential for excitement and career advancement, few industries hold as much promise as the IT industry.

Initiative connects African corporates with raw talent to deliver market-ready software products.

Communications Minister Faith Muthambi has warned the public about bogus training centres which purport to offer short courses on Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) set-top box installation.

Government will design a course for those who want to become accredited installers of set top boxes (STBs) in preparation for the switch to a digital migration broadcasting system, Communications Minister Faith Muthambi said.

A national skills programme is changing the lives of young South African women and is proving that no job is too tough for girls.

Government is committed to promoting digital inclusion where individuals and communities will be able to access and use Information and Communications Technology (ICT).

REDISA, by resolving the waste tyre problem through a circular economy approach, is developing work opportunities within the technology sector.

Government is working with members of the ICT sector and communities to ensure development in rural areas.

The scope of the Internet of Things is huge. Internet-connected devices are growing exponentially.

A future skill that any employee will be required to demonstrate is the understanding and use of a programme that their job ultimately requires

Enterprise mobile apps need to be as simple, functional and beautiful as consumer apps

As 2015 kicks into high gear for business – there is one technology trend that is the holy grail of businesses looking to expand their footprint – integration.

Graphic design is the place where art and technology meet and professionals in this industry can be described as the artists of the future. Do you have a flair for design? Find out what it takes to make it in this creative industry.

All too frequently, we are lured into the fantasy that technology will solve the seemingly intractable data problems business are experiencing.

The phrase 'data warehousing' might sound intimidating and complicated but Susan Andre explains this concept and makes it easy to understand while describing how it can be used to benefit your business.

Wits University’s Joburg Centre for Software Engineering (JCSE) has launched its sixth
consecutive skills trends survey in the South African information and communications
technology (ICT) sector.

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