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Building on ITIL Training for Cyber Security Tasks

    On Wednesday, the blog for the internet registry body APNIC published an article relevant to ITIL training and to online information technology training more generally. It is part of an ongoing series of articles on ITIL training and implementation, and it dealt specifically with the topic of cyber security and how this is an apparent

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    Going Beyond IT with Certified Scrum Master Training

      At various times in the past, this blog has sought to impress upon readers the idea that certain forms of online information technology training are long-term professional assets even for people who do not remain in the IT industry. This goes a long way toward explaining why information technology certification programs are often offered alongside

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      Millennials and Online Information Technology Training

        On Thursday, the front page of the popular humor and commentary website Cracked.com featured a critical response by author Mark Hill to a viral video on the topic of managing young people in today’s workplace. The 15-minute video repeated a number of familiar talking points about the millennial generation, which Hill rejected as overly reductionist.

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        Global Demand for Project Management Training

          A global professional training company called Simplilearn, in conjunction with Career Digital Labs, recently carried out a survey of white collar professionals and determined that project management training will be one of the most sought after skills in the coming year. The survey involved 7,000 technology professionals specifically from the Indian labor market, but given

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          Online Information Technology Training to Bring Girls into the Field

            On Monday, The Economist published an article on the topic of women in information technology careers. It is a topic that ought to be familiar to anyone who has been paying attention to public discourse about the IT field or political narratives regarding economic policy and gender disparities. Many people regard it as a problem

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            Local Trainers Gone? Find an Information Technology Consultancy Online

              In July, Denver Business Journal reported upon the closure of a local Colorado information technology company called Tuliva Inc. The company declared Chapter 7 bankruptcy after listing a liability-to-asset deficit of more than four million dollars. If you share our confidence in information technology training and development, you might be surprised by virtually any story

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              Software Training Courses to Address Payroll Problems

                Although our software training courses are based in California, they are accessible online via anywhere in the world. Indeed, that’s an important feature of Canvas InfoTech: it brings the esteemed online information technology training of the Bay Area to aspiring IT professionals in a variety of regions where local training may not rise to the

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                The General Applicability of Business Data Analyst Certification

                  Earlier this month, the Data Otaku blog at Microsoft.com published an article that ought to be of interest to anyone who is pursuing business data analyst certification or who is generally considering that form of business analysis as part of their future career. It doesn’t particularly matter whether that prospective career is in IT or

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                  IAEA Increasingly Reliant on Software Training Courses

                    If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll remember that we recently made a commitment to try to provide some more explicit examples of the types of positions and employers that could provide you with a useful outlet for your online information technology training. We presented this as an alternative to more general discussions

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                    PMP Training – the First Step to the Most Lucrative IT Careers

                      Last week, PC Mag published an article on a topic that should be familiar to anyone who is pursuing a career in information technology. Although the Canvas Info Tech blog has made a concerted effort to call attention to some of the non-monetary aspects of information technology careers that might make them appealing, we can’t

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