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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People living in a rural community west of Durban have been given the opportunity to become more computer literate as the Digital Doorway project is rolled out in KwaZulu-Natal.

One only has to glance at multi-media sources focused on the IT security space to recognise the extent to which businesses are concerned about data leak prevention. And this is a good thing.

Hewlett-Packard became the first foreign company to recieve dispensation from government to implement an equity-equivalent project as it's contribution toward empowerment, it was revealed on Monday.

In answering President Mbeki?s call for an institution to address South Africa?s shortage of ICT skills, Oracle inaugurates the country?s first dedicated ICT education institution.

Topping the agenda at the seventh meeting of the Presidential International Advisory Council (PIAC), e-skills development was identified as crucial to South Africa in helping the country overcome many challenges.

Whilst we are inundated with daily news of the advantages of acquiring information and communication technology, there are still businesses out there that view ICT as a so-called "grudge purchase?. This perspective continues to adversely affect the way companies - especially within the small-to-medium market segment - experience technology.

A Presidential International Advisory Council (PIAC) is to advise President Thabo Mbeki on how best to take advantage of Information Communication Technology (ICT) as an economic enabler.

Reports issued by international IT security service and technology vendors confirm a marked increase in specific security risks such as phishing and spam. Whilst the proliferation of digital lifestyle technology and new applications has contributed substantially towards the situation, human behaviour also has a key role to play.

The eThekwini Municipality is to upgrade its computer network through a R3.5 million research project in conjunction with the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN).

Senior managers across government have been urged to ensure they are familiar enough with contemporary Information and Communications Technology (ICT) platforms to properly manage IT consultants and avoid "fruitless expenditure'.

A technology conference aims to find ways to connect 80 percent of Africa's population to the Internet and telephone services.

Blue Financial Services, the JSE AltX (Alternative Exchange)-listed financial services company, has outsourced the management and maintenance of its IT operation to Integr8 IT, South Africa?s largest privately owned national Information Technology network integration and infrastructure management specialist.

In this Technological age, it is not a surprise to see how many people are currently being employed in the IT sector. The incredible rate of change, allied to the demanding and innovative environment and good salary options make this a popular career option.

Government needs to attract and retain Information and Communication Technology (ICT) skills in the public sector, by recruiting directly from university and through other initiatives.

Integr8 IT, South Africa?s largest privately owned national BEE-Information Technology network integration and infrastructure management specialist, has been identified as an official technology partner and preferred IT supplier by renowned food chain, Nandos.

Employees today - especially those in ICT companies - want to form part of the idea of the business they work for. Management structures have had to adapt to a growing international trend which suggests that the idea behind a company, its image and application is what really counts.

The industry alliance established between Integr8 IT - South Africa?s largest privately owned national BEE-Information Technology network integration and infrastructure management specialist - and IBM, has matured into a successful service delivery model. The result is expansion of emerging business opportunity beyond South Africa?s borders.

Government is planning to treble its implementation of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) into the country's rapidly expanding economy within the next two years writes Michael Appel.

The managed services business model, as applied within the Information Technology space, has redefined the traditional practice of outsourcing essential services.

Internet networking company Cisco has partnered with the Eastern Cape Government to promote the use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) to improve service delivery and economic growth.

The alliance between Carrick Holdings, local provider of IT system security, solutions and services, and globally established IT security solution vendor, McAfee, will pave the way for an increase in new sets of technologies for the local market, especially in the area of Enterprise Risk Management.

Managers are taking the prospect of a migration to a Linux or open source messaging distribution platform more seriously than has been the case in the past. So claims Yossi Hasson, Managing Director at Synaq, a national provider of Linux and Open Source technology and services.

Greater access to the Internet and subsequent explosion in popularity of virtual social networks is fuelling the need for proactive IT security. Global vendors of IT security services and technology state highlight the proliferation of Internet-based services and related product as a factor behind a surge in worldwide threats.

Africa's need for infrastructure and communication technology to develop and bridge the digital divide is to be addressed at a United Nation's (UN) summit in October.

Perpetrators of cyber crime are becoming more sophisticated in their efforts to steal data. This is the main motivation behind organized, premeditated attacks on global networks claims Christo van Staden, a director at Carrick Holdings, a local provider of IT system security, solutions and services.

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