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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Agile protects organisations from wasting resources by replacing large
upfront requirements and financial commitments with just in time
requirements, says author Lawrence Corr.

With new applications being developed each day, it is no wonder that
organisations are beginning to see the advantage of incorporating apps in
the workplace.

ICT analysts have emphasised how 2014 will see the execution of data
management strategies, including analytics, volume control and application.
The prediction is that businesses will aggressively begin to extract data on a
completely new level.

South African organisations are struggling to close the chasm between the
skills of employees and the competencies these employees need to use
complex enterprise business applications to their full potential.

End-user training and education is key to the success of any large
enterprise
IT project, especially the deployment of a new enterprise resource planning
(ERP) solution.

Companies are under increasing pressure to develop mobile strategies and
start implementing mobile projects. To assist companies gain a full
understanding of the overall mobile landscape, Coral Tech has developed a 2-
day course.

An innovative IT programme aims to equip students with cutting edge skills,
as well as the discipline, attitude and soft skills they need to gain a
competitive
advantage over the rest of the labour market.

Unemployed graduates in the IT, commerce, finance and business fields will
have the chance to broaden their employment opportunities through the new
NQF level 6 Business Analysis Learnership Programme established by FTI.

The multimedia industry is generating a plethora of job opportunities and
individuals who are interested in pursuing a successful career need bags of
creativity.

Experts in managed ICT service delivery say that while companies continue to
seek out solutions to help them better manage their operations, there is a
clear
shift towards a more customer-and people centric approach.

In a market defined by competition and service delivery, it makes sense to
implement a strategy that actively promotes the principle of agility in order to
optimise operations.

Many bloggers and even large organisations have chosen open source
systems and are using them successfully. However, free is not always the
best, or the cheapest option.

Government has been slow to use mobile technology as a means to improve service
delivery issues. This tool could help the public communicate better with government
officials to resolve problems faster and restore services quicker.

Is it possible to get secure Cloud services? In many instances the security flag is
raised by IT departments that fear losing control over a corporation’s IT decisions.
Albie Bester tells businesses how to secure trustworthy service providers.

A number of leading South African companies are combining resources and expertise
to launch South Africa’s first multi-media ICT Academy at the Community and
Individual Development Association (CIDA) City Campus.

In the past computer hacking has been associated with malicious intent and criminal
activity, but there is now a growing demand for ethical hackers who are employed to
protect an organisation’s IT system from dangerous intrusions.

There is no generic recipe for success when it comes to any business, but there
are certain principles and fundamentals that hold true. Listening and consulting with
clients has a lot to do with company growth and profitability.

While young white males still make up the largest part of the IT workforce new
research indicates that there is a trend towards black males entering the specialized
sector and surveys reveal the numbers are growing.

Employers are discovering that IT graduates who enter the job market do not possess
the technical skills needed in the workplace which means both employers and new
recruits rely
heavily on the coaching ability of senior staff members.

The scope of what constitutes corporate IT infrastructure has grown substantially,
with mobility and social networking considered part of the business network, bringing
with it a host of security considerations and management functions.

Mobile Device Management has moved away from restriction and concern over
information
security
towards a focus on enablement. In simple terms, it?s no longer about what
employees
shouldn?t be doing with their smart devices, but about all the things that they
should
be doing.

IT managers are still being kept in a metaphorical dungeon, as they spend time and
resources managing IT infrastructure. Alexander Mehlhorn talks about what your IT
manager could be doing instead of managing a server room.

Amidst a mountain of challenges leaders in the IT sector have been asked to
establish a clear set of proposals which would include a vision of a connected
government and the role of ICT in support of its objectives.

Business needs professionals who know how to leverage mega trends. "We need to
start developing the skill set required now, before it is too late and our evolution as
an emerging market is hampered by a severe shortage..." - Patrick Evans.

Aspiring business analysts are invited to join the new certificate programme aimed at
developing a good foundation and competence in the essential skills and techniques of
the profession.

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