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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Highly-innovative products and devices are continually being launched by service
providers and solution manufacturers within the Information and Communication
Technology space. These devices could assist businesses adapting to changing times in a difficult economic period.

Information technology, commonly referred to as 'IT', is everywhere around us.
Information technology allows us to connect with people all over the world. Almost
everything which we do on a day to day basis involves some aspect of IT.

iLearn has stated that through commtting itself to contributing to the empowerment of individuals, it has met all stringent criteria to acquire a Level Two Contributor Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment status. The training company has entered into the exclusive market of empowered service providers.

Proven expertise is becoming invaluable in the ICT service provision sector as significant technology trends becomes more relevant. Growing access to technology has been fuelling the competitiveness within the ICT services industry and remains central to growth strategies amongst local decision makers.

There is no denying the fact that connectivity is now deeply entrenched in modern society. More specifically, it is social networking that has overtaken many other channels to become the primary means of communication. How has this affected our interaction?

Is South Africa ready for the impending e-skills era which is set to be a global phenomenon? Here are some reasons business, academia, government and civil society should take e-skills seriously.

The South African mobile landscape is very different from the US and European one. When implementing mobile technology for marketing or for business processes, business leaders best tune-in locally before they are tuned out.

Mobile technology has the unprecedented ability to solve major social problems in Africa and is changing the way all sectors of society do business. The biggest potential is in dealing with inequity in developmental states which represent more than 50% of the global population.

There are vast opportunities for the Business Analyst to drive innovation and business transformation, rather than spend their time carrying information back to software developers. Dominic Riordan talks about how business leaders can unlock this ability.

South Africans are relatively laid-back when it comes to internet security but with the growing usage of internet services people are becoming more susceptable to an information breach. As a result Cabinet has approved a national cyber security policy framework for South Africa.

The Northern Cape became the first in the country to enjoy the digital revolution with the launch of the demonstration of digital migration technology. The launch marked the latest milestone in South Africa's move towards Digital Terrestrial Television migration.

Dial a Nerd, one of the leading computer support companies in South Africa, has introduced its NerdOS firewall that not only prevents unauthorised access to a company network but also controls and reports on bandwidth usage and Web content access so users can reduce data costs.

There is every reason to believe that mobile applications will replace the Personal Computer due to the rate of adoption of mobile devices and the extent to which this technology is changing society. With the increasing amount of internet users many more are using mobile handsets to access the internet.

IT resourcing candidates are better off with a specialist recruitment consultant who is able to provide realistic perspectives because they have their finger on the pulse. The ability to deliver that complete package comes with years of experience and a total focus on meeting the needs of a specific industry.

The Metro-Fi network is a classic example of two technologies being used together to provide an improved internet experience. It is the technology version of the proverbial saying 1 + 1 makes 3. This new technology provides a sustainable business model for the ISP and attractive rates for the subscribers.

In an attempt to improve the learning experience FET Colleges are upgrading their Information and Communication Technology Multi-Media services. The project will align information systems to those that students are already exposed to which would aid their development.

The reportedly high degree of IT project failures in the country can be attributed to a lack of planning and neglecting the early stages of analysis. Anton Burger says efficient planning and managing complexities is the answer.

There is no doubt that the advent of cloud services has shaken up the ICT services industry. It is not another technology fad and, if handled correctly, can add significant value to business.

The issue of skills shortages, particularly in the technology field, is an ongoing concern for business. Mario Matthee looks at the future of ICT and talks about how industry can equip South Africa to do business in an increasingly connected world.

Why is the global shortage of Business Analysts significant to New Age companies? Faculty Training Institute MD, Steve Erlank gives leaders reason to mark business analysis as a critical skill for the 21st century.

Not too long ago, the issue of technology procurement and application in SMEs or SMBs was shrouded in frustration and difficulty.Today, the small-to-medium segment of the market is one of the fastest growing within the broader economy, says Paul Luff.

Aimed at training young women in ICT in six Gauteng municipalities, the ICT training project was launched by the PWMSA in July 2011 at the Tshwane Academy for Leadership and Management.

Technology advances every day and it can be a challenge running a successful business while staying abreast of the latest advances in the IT industry that could increase your business? profits, but is IT integration the solution?

Business operators have to sustain the highest levels of activity, with minimal impact on resources and this has helped to spur interest in virtualisation. Robert Sussman speak about this growing trend.

The pace of innovation and impact of global technology trends, and mobility in particular, means that we operate in a vastly different space. Welcome to the world of mobile-driven, information-centric commerce.