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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Global youth unemployment will come under the spotlight at the Rockefeller
Foundation conference. Participants will look at the role of technology in
promoting job creation.

Technology can be used very effectively to extend learning beyond the classroom
walls and is available anywhere on any device. The 3rd International North South
TVET ICT Conference investigated the role of technology in education.

Few could argue that IT is undergoing massive change. More so, than perhaps any
other sector or industry - and those that are changing, are being pushed to do so by
game-changing technology.

If your business aims to sell goods online, know that an increasing number of people
are accessing the web mainly through their mobile device. Here are some things you
need to know if you plan to engage in mobile commerce.

If Africa is to become a major world economic force in the coming century, Africans
cannot simply be users of other people?s technology. We need emerge as a leading
source of digital technology innovation.

In 2012, Google published the results of its Multi-Screen World Study, which showed
90% of all media interactions are screen-based. Now, a couple of years later, multi-
screen and multi-device use is even more of a reality. But how does this technological
evolution affect developers?

A CEO?s job is to create value for the company?s shareholders, which means
running a profitable business. Technology, implemented and used correctly, can
without a doubt increase revenue and drive profits.

In the last 20 years, workflow has been significantly influenced by three technological
growth phases, and these evolutionary steps will continue to make an impact on how
work is automated for years to come.

Africa"s progress is still hindered by a severe skills shortage. With the rapid economic
growth and speed at which technology advances, the skills training and retention of
specialised individuals available are becoming exorbitant.

Today, you could say there is a global technology skills shortage. Demand for
mobile applications and other consumer-technology is growing, but we just
don?t have enough computer scientists or other tech-skilled graduates or
school leavers.

Concerns around South Africa?s ICT skills shortage are not new. The 2014
annual ICT skills survey aims to help policy and decision-makers who are
working to close the skills gap in SA.

Companies need to understand the value of training their employees. Quality
training is critical to increase productivity and decrease staff turnover and the
need for supervision by making staff more self-reliant.

Sci-Bono Discovery Centre joins global behemoths Microsoft, Facebook,
Twitter, Dropbox, and many others to empower the youth to change
the world.

Software and services specialist DVT is offering a unique training course this
month specifically aimed at program and project managers that want to take
their agile implementation skills to the enterprise.

In the digital era, information and resources are just a click away. Entire
projects can be copied from the web and whole chunks of information can be
made to appear as one's own.

More companies are looking for a rapid implementation of a Business
Intelligence solution. While the request to see a return on investment is not
unfounded, organisations are starting to forget what goes into the foundation
of a robust BI solution.

While there are improvements, South Africa?s matric maths and science results
remain poor says Prof Barry Dwolatzky. This continues to have a lasting
impact on the software sector and is not only a local issue.

This coming July, Faculty Training Institute (FTI) is introducing a new Business
Process Management (BPM) course that will supplement its current BPM

There are two distinct strategies set to shape the business landscape during
2014: agile methodologies and customer experience. Whether you are in
business management or marketing, being able to respond in real time will
become imperative.

To achieve success in the ICT services and supply market in 2014 businesses
will have to adopt a client-centric approach - one that adheres to the new
dynamics involved in client relations and expectations of a data-intensive,
mobile and virtual market.

Many investment companies realise the importance of access to information
and data processing tools to improve the investment decisions they make
every day. However, getting a software program that delivers real results for
investment firms is easier said than done.

The perception that IT and cyber security stands in the way of innovation is
incorrect. The reality is that if managed correctly with the assistance of an
experienced service provider, ICT security can be a business enabler and
serve as the conduit to a more mobile, more productive workforce.

Skills development is essential to business growth and internship
programmes play a big role in furthering skills transfers in organisations.
Integr8 has invested in the future of South Africa?s ICT sector through

Organisations can dramatically enhance the return on investment from new
business systems by investing in user adoption programmes to embed new
business processes deeply into their cultures and workflows.

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and Bring Your Own App (BYOA) are realities in
the workplace today and their increasing relevance has forced decision
makers to seriously asses their corporate security strategies.