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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Today’s modern organisation is producing more and more data; automated information that with the correct direction and interpretation could direct management towards better & informed strategic decisions.

Africa’s business cannot afford to wait 5 years or more for security engineers to hone high-end skills – new skills development models must be introduced now, as the Fourth Industrial Revolution sweeps the continent, says Fortinet.

At a time when developing technology skills for a digital world have become a priority, companies will do well not to limit their focus on acquiring computer science and programming talent but also expand into other, more diverse fields.

Not only does the always-on enterprise require consistent and high quality access to data, but it also needs people that are capable of extracting the best business benefits from it.

Absa’s Rise innovation hub in Cape Town has selected five black women in technology entrepreneurs to participate in an entrepreneurship assistance programme, hosted at the Cape Town facility.

 

SA’s largest provider of IT education, CoGrammar, has launched the CoGrammar Careers Program in partnership with Cape Town-based NGO, Salesian Life Choices.  

Are your skills still relevant? How do you keep up with the latest technological developments? Here are some tips to help you stay ahead of the game.

Each year industries of all kinds increase their use of technology in their daily operations. Here are some trends to look out for.

Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams on Saturday encouraged young people to have an interest in technology and social media.

In a business environment that is now largely driven by innovative IT and software, there is massive demand for skilled and highly trained IT professionals. Sadly, as has been well documented, there is an increasingly dire shortage of these individuals in the local sphere.

“Cybercrime has reached pandemic levels” says Paul Esselaar Director of Novation Consulting and Author of A Guide to the Protection of Personal Information.

Professional roles are changing at a rapid speed but nowhere is the pace of work moving faster than in the IT sector.

The MIT Global startup Labs Programme is heading to South Africa and both new and established tech entrepreneurs have until 31 May to submit their best new and innovative tech ideas.

To remain competitive, management has to constantly have a firm understanding of organisational processes, systems and data.

Consumers and educators will benefit from the first SETA accredited digital training programme - Digital Teaching and Learning Series Certification (DTLS) in South Africa. In a study run by Via Afrika, less than 35% of South Africa’s teachers had been trained in basic digital and ICT skills by 2011.

President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to address the first 4th Industrial Revolution SA - Digital Economy Summit on Friday at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand.

Seugnet van den Berg, MD of IT consulting firm Bizmod says that the IT departments in large corporations have a major challenge ahead of them.

A dynamic partnership will see R60 million invested in the upskilling of new software engineers. 

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) announced the launch of a one-year intensive African Master’s in Machine Intelligence (AMMI) in partnership with Facebook and Google . The master’s will begin this September at the AIMS-Rwanda campus in Kigali.

Deputy Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies Pinky Kekana has called for the message that technology is an opportunity for women to participate in the economy and give them a chance at a better life, to be spread far and wide.

So you know the value of business intelligence (BI) and have experience first-hand how its applications has transformed raw data into meaningful and useful information for your business analysis process, but you just can't shake the feeling that there must be more to it.

Few could argue that the corporate environment has become an ultra competitive, high-pressure world. Across industries and within businesses of all sizes, both leaders and employees have to constantly fight for their positions.

Technology has given us many advantages but it has also exposed us to dangerous and illegal activities.

“Technology and the use of (it) is going to determine our workers’ ability to compete in the 21st century global marketplace.” – Ron Kind. 

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