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Girls Who Code and Ongoing Growth of Information Technology Training

    Apparently, this blog has not yet discussed the national non-profit organization Girls Who Code, though some posts have mentioned the issues it strives to address. Girls Who Code established a summer immersion program in 2012 as part of an effort to extend information technology training opportunities to young women, who have traditionally been under-represented in

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    Information Technology Training and Educational Consulting

      Education is a perennially hot button issue. If you’re visiting our blog because you’re looking for information technology training in the USA, you probably know all about the debates that are constantly raging over America’s global standing in the field of education, and how to improve it. What may be somewhat less familiar, though by

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      Experts Agree: ITIL Training, etc. Useful in Various Industries

        It is our hope that the Canvas InfoTech blog is your go-to source for information about prospective information technology training, or at least one of them. It is our hope that it will remain that way over the long term. But we also understand the value of seeking out multiple sources, and we’re happy to

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        Online Information Technology Training and Telemedicine

          If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you’ve probably encountered posts that emphasized the broad range of potential applications for online information technology training and associated programs offered by Canvas InfoTech. It remains an important point, given the ongoing and often rapidly escalating integration of information technology resources into fields as diverse as

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          ITIL Training and Adaptability

            On Wednesday, the blog “Joe the IT Guy” published an article purporting to offer five tips to help people get started with ITIL. On our reading of the post, it seems that the tips themselves would be more helpful to organizations than to individuals, and could best be implemented by professionals who have already acquired

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            Supplementary Resources to Reinforce PMP Training Online

              On Wednesday, the blog for the work management platform Wrike published a list of over 80 resources for project managers and persons who are thinking of pursuing PMP training online. The page could be a significant resource for people at all levels of their careers or training, insofar as it provides resources that can help

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              Leveling Access to Information Technology Training

                These days, you often hear talk about the relative lack of women in information technology training and IT careers. This blog has previously discussed some of the initiatives that have been created to promote more gender equality in the field. But if, like us, you’re located in the United States, you probably tend to hear

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                Equal PMP Training and Certification for All

                  The website Project Management Tips recently published an article consisting of five reasons to immediately pursue PMP training and certification. Most of the information contained within it was generic and fairly obvious. It pointed out that such a certification would make IT professionals more attractive to current and prospective employers, and would likely lead to

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                  Can an Online IT Training Consultancy Replace a University?

                    If you’re reading this blog, it’s probably because you understand, or at least are curious about, the value of online information technology training as a supplement to academic training. But if you’re like most people who seek out the services of an online information technology training consultancy in the USA, you probably also think that

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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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