Millennials and Business Analyst Training

April 18, 2016Business Analyst

On Friday, an article appeared at CIO that dealt with the topic of younger workers and the provision of on-the-job training, especially information technology training. There are probably a lot of different conclusions to draw from this piece, or others like it. But one thing that jumps out at us is the unacknowledged potential for … Read More

Jobs in Canada; Online IT Training Courses in the USA

April 11, 2016IT Placements

A recent article at ITBusiness.ca illustrates an interesting problem facing the information technology sector in the Canadian metropolis of Toronto. But it is the sort of problem that is also a noteworthy opportunity for job-seekers. And this is not only true of graduates from Toronto-area computer science programs, but also of recipients of online IT … Read More

MBA Programs and PMP Training and Certification

April 4, 2016PMP Training

On Monday, an article appeared at NorthJersey.com which primarily served as a sales pitch for a Masters of Business Administration degree. More specifically, it concluded by describing a combination MBA and PMP training and certification program that certain New Jersey-area professionals might pursue. Rest assured, though, that the general advice is by no means specific … Read More

A Training and Development Specialist for Whole Communities

March 28, 2016IT Training

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 … Read More

Alternatives to Online Information Technology Training

March 14, 2016IT 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 … Read More

Show Them How to Use Your Information Technology Training

March 7, 2016Business Analyst

As we were exploring recent news and commentary related to the online information technology training and the general IT industry, we happened to come across a piece that brought our focus back to the less familiar topic of business analyst training. Published in Florida Today, the piece is titled “How Leveraging Technology Impacts Business.” If … Read More

Agile Training and IT Certifications Have Definite Value

February 22, 2016Certified Scrum Master

There was recently an article at CIO which asked a tough question – a question that can make us nervous as providers of scrum master and scrum product owner certification, general Agile training, and other forms of information technology training and certification. The article raised the question of whether certifications in such areas as Agile … Read More

Pursuing IT Training in Spite of Negative Growth

February 8, 2016Big Data

This week, there were some negative signs regarding the near-term growth of the information technology industry. In fact, as of the time of this post those signs were still accumulating, with some companies having already released quarterly reports that show a downturn, while others were expected to release similar reports in the coming days. This … Read More

IT Security Threats Growing Rapidly

February 1, 2016IT Training

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 … Read More