Category Archives: IT Training

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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    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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      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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        Information Technology Training Consultancy for Educators

          It’s interesting that our previous post to this blog discussed our plans to stretch beyond the previous limitations that we’ve noticed in the topics that we deal with. That post acknowledged the need for more specific examples of employers and jobs in which one might utilize IT certifications and the skills learned from an online

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          Information Technology Training Consultancy for Foreign Markets

            Do you remember internet cafés? If you’re particularly young – young enough to only now be taking an interest in online information technology training consultancy – you may have no conscious memory of having seen one. In the United States, internet cafés have already become a short-lived memory of a bygone era. It was largely

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            A Training and Development Specialist for Whole Communities

              We’ve brought up this topic on a number of previous occasions, but it bears periodically repeating that a background in computer programming and online information technology training is simultaneously a ticket to a bright future for yourself and an opportunity to help entire communities to develop brighter futures for themselves. To illustrate this fact, we

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              Alternatives to Online Information Technology Training

                Over the weekend, the News & Observer published an article that addressed two important topics with respect to the IT industry and the field of online information technology training. It pointed out, first of all, that women are still significantly under-represented in computing careers. Specifically, they comprise about 26 percent of the jobs in the

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                Don’t Limit Yourself to the “Best” Information Technology Fields

                  On Sunday, New Jersey’s The Record ran an article that highlighted the still highly positive outlook for information technology jobs and went on to specify four specific degrees or fields of study that one might expect to pay off remarkably well in the coming years. The article provides a handful of meaningful data points to

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                  IT Security Threats Growing Rapidly

                    A new article at InfoWorld deals with the topics of malware and IT security in the present day, when security challenges are growing by leaps and bounds, and on a daily basis. The article gives the same information in a few different ways, which is understandable since the statistics are staggering. It points out that

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                    “Technology” Means More Than You Might Think

                      In a recent article at IT World Canada, Don Sheppard made the argument that “technology is an overused word.” While the purpose of his observation seems a little muddled and he does little to illustrate this supposed overuse, he does point to some potentially interesting questions about the role of language in driving people toward

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