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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You can?t go far these days without hearing about mobility and how important it has become for both consumers and businesses. However, when looking beyond the hype, it can sometimes be difficult for business leaders to understand exactly how mobile technology can make an impact on their organisations.

There are specific benefits associated with virtualisation, cloud computing and web-services in business. Experts in the field of IT solution development, integration and application believe that there is now greater awareness of the realities of acquiring and utilising these services.

Today?s business environment is defined by the strategic application of Unified
Communications technology, underpinned by virtual and cloud applications, to
establish and sustain operations.

Continuous, exponential growth in ICT is fuelling the demand for high-tech skills sets.
The evolution of the industry has meant that there is not only a demand for sufficient
numbers in terms of skills, but also the type of skills required. There is also a
requirement to upskill.

An ICT Policy Review Framing paper which seeks clarity on the vision for the communication sectors was launched by the Department of Communications. The policy would be assessed for expanding the Information Communication Technology sector.

The global networking solutions and connectivity market is growing. Opportunity and increased investment has resulted in a rapid increase in both the volume of product and number of operators.

Mobile technology is transforming business and personal interactions in ways never thought possible. It enables access to the internet anywhere resulting in internet usage infiltrating people?s lives to a greater degree.

The consequences of an IT installation being managed or implemented poorly may be dire. As businesses depend heavily on an effective IT infrastructure. IT instillation could therefore prove vital and the following article discusses tips to choose an effective instillation system.

MicroStrategy South Africa stated that companies should be establishing a mobile identity to engage the growing mobile commerce market. Companies have the opportunity to reach more customers and retain existing clients.

South Africa?s technology sector must renew efforts to address the need for sought-
after ICT skill sets as there is still a substantial amount that has to be done to
improve IT skills flow in the country.

IT forms a significant part of a business?s core competency and any comprehensive corporate governance strategy focusing on maximising value for all stakeholders must include IT. It also remains overlooked with requirements related to corporate governance.

The Big Data market is expected to grow globally at a rate of almost 32% until it reaches $23,8 billion in 2016. It will also have an impact in Africa?s ICT landscape. The ability to source and actively leverage off information will differentiate companies in a major way going forward.

Women are being increasingly intergrated within the IT market. SA compares favourably to the rest of the world in terms of women holding senior management positions.

Due to Africa being the second fastest growing mobile market globally companies have been increasingly interested in mobile advertising to tap into this expanding market. The statistics provide proof to companies that they should consider investing in this market.

The recent annual report by the World Economic Forum, ranked South Africa last
out of 62 countries in terms of maths and science education and without strength in
these domains our youth will lack critical thinking and the ability to solve problems.

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