Category Archives: ITIL Training

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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    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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      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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        ITIL Training: Relevance Revisited

          The JAVA Developers’ Journal recently published an article asking the question, “Is ITIL still relevant?” While the answer is less than thorough, the article is still interesting just by virtue of the fact that it exists. It exists and it is not alone. We’ve noticed that this question seems to appear on a fairly regular

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          ITIL Training on the Verge of an Update

            Two weeks ago, we discussed the important role that IT conferences and seminars can play in helping you determine what types of online information technology training you should be pursuing, as well as helping you understand how you can apply what you’ve learned in a real-world setting. We specifically mentioned the FUSION15 service management conference

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            Now Streaming: Your Motivation for ITIL Training

              Canvas Info Tech offers a lot of options for where to start or carry on your online information technology training. We’re happy to help you plan your next steps for how to grow your skills and pursue your ideal information technology job placements, but we also understand that that can be a daunting decision, with

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              General Lessons from Specific Articles on Information Technology Training

                The higher education technology website eCampus News recently ran an article detailing Information Technology Infrastructure Library with an emphasis on how it has been utilized by Ohio State University to, in the author’s terms, bring order out of chaos for its IT departments. These observations are easily generalizable to most any firm that has initially

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                Job Descriptions: Training and Development Specialist

                  As promised in our previous post, this entry is the first in a series that will look at some of the categories of jobs that might be available to be searching for IT placements in the Bay Area and that might utilize some of the information learned from our online IT training consultancy. It seems

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                  Online Education on the Rise for both IT and other Fields

                    The business world was abuzz recently with the news that LinkedIn had purchased the online education platform Lynda.com for 1.5 billion dollars. This is a sign of the times. You can rest assured that if the leading voice in online professional networking sees such high value in online education, the trend toward distance-learning is something

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                    IT Training to Fill Gaps in Educator Training

                      A recent article at the Huffington Post has recalled attention to the issue of the too-slow integration of technology into K-12 education in the United States of America. It is a refrain that we have been hearing for years. Parents and politicians want the education system to reflect the different ways in which we acquire

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