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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Deliberate and focused intent to reduce cost of operation and ownership of ICT infrastructure is still the driving force behind any ICT procurement and integration strategy today.

In response to government?s concerns about the lack of qualified IT business analysts in the South African workforce, a new initiative is equipping young unemployed graduates in the ICT sector with much-needed skills, and contributing to the creation of up to 5 000 jobs.

As part of its efforts to address a growing demand for IT service management training, College Campus has launched a new Short Learning Programme to equip ICT professionals with the skills needed to effectively support IT services.

Clear resolutions were taken at the ICT indaba 2012 to steer the continent towards sustainable growth and prosperity, with a special focus on improving service delivery to the poor and small businesses.

Improved access to the internet and other information and communication technology (ICT) can help Africa to meet its social and economic goals, says Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe.

In order to evolve into true connected services, both online and offline solutions will need to change its platforms to allow inter-changeable communication to take place, predicts Netcash managing director Charles Pittaway.

Faculty Training Institute received recognition as an Institute of Sectoral and Occupational Excellence (ISOE) in Business Analysis by the MICT Seta.The formal recognition entrenches FTI?s role as an impact player in the industry.

A survey indicates that a large number of companies plan to train or retrain staff where skills are lacking, outsource work and hire new staff with the desired skills in order to adapt to technological changes. How are you preparing for the future?

Is theoretical training enough to make it in the IT industry? According to Chris Wilkins IT training is often insulated and one-dimensional. He talks about the skills required to have a successful and rewarding career in the field of technology.

The 12-month learnership programme developed by Bytes People Solutions offers learners the opportunity to obtain a National Certificate in system support and gives students practical work experience.

With the explosive growth of social networking and social media, it should come as no surprise that the virtual environment has come into its own. South Africa is keeping up with global counterparts in the application of ubiquitous, intrusive technology to communicate.

The lack of a cohesive, unambiguous national ICT policy lies at the heart of South Africa?s delivery problem; however this seems to be global challenge as decision makers across the world battle to define internet governance. Robert Sussman Shares his insights.

In an effort to address the lack of comprehensive training in South Africa for the IT discipline of software quality and testing, Software Quality Systems a specialist in software quality has invested in its Software Testing Boot Camp.

Development in the Information and Communications Technology sector is needed to spur economic growth and national competitiveness. The shortage of technical skills is a huge constraint in South Africa and the Africa continent, says CEO Sandra Burmeister.

Faculty Training Institute and Watermark Learning Inc. have collaborated to bring the Project REAL- Real Experience; Applied Learning course to South Africa. The course is aimed at training Project Managers and Business Analysts to make tough decisions on projects with confidence.

Two Indian companies will move their operations into South African territory. The businesses have received support from the Department of Trade and Industry in effort to aid skills development, job creation and technological development in the country.

Despite the skills shortage in the IT industry businesses in need of IT experts continue to impose limits on the scope of their own recruitment as their rigid criteria demands professionals who posses degrees from a few selective universities.

Implementing an effective ICT system which will promote access to education is easier said than done. While new technologies are available government must consider the practical implications of implementing these innovations in the South African economic and social context. This is according to Professor Hlengiwe Mkhize.

The discussions at the recent National Business Analysis Conference, centred on the practical steps that can be taken to grow business analysis competencies and Communities of Practice (CoP’s) within organisations.

Is the local market ready to be placed in the cloud? International trends provide interesting references but it seems that decision-makers are still considering the environment on a case-by-case basis. Nebula CEO Daniel Nel talks about the IT solutions available to African companies.

It’s no secret that businesses of any size must be online to succeed these days but small businesses especially can benefit from the features of cloud computing. Here are four ways in which the cloud can and will transform your small business.

Wireless networking, also referred to as Wi-Fi, remains firmly positioned amongst the myriad of technologies available to digital lifestyle, connectivity-hungry consumers. It is gaining popularity as a cost-effective, easily integrated and reliable networking infrastructure in the home

Although South Africa’s communications infrastructure is flourishing, users have to search extensively to receive the best online connectivity services available according to SMC Networks country manager, Paul Luff.

The remodelled project management programme offered by training specialists FTI forms part of a comprehensive re-launch of their entire portfolio of project management courses and will enable individuals to attain professional qualifications in this field.

How do you protect the confidentiality and integrity of business information that employees are authorised to access? Companies need to have a flexible and multi-pronged strategy that can be adapted as the environment and needs change says security consultant, Richard Broeke.

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