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 … Read More
Project Management and Data Analysis: The Overlap of IT Skills
At the beginning of the month, David Cotgreave of Project Accelerator News wrote an article that we considered interesting because it implicitly made the case for the overlap between two very different categories of online information technology training. As the name of the news source suggests, the article starts from the standpoint of project management … Read More
Look at Emerging IT Projects, not just Current Employer Demands
It’s recently become something of a theme on this blog to highlight some of the potential projects that online information technology training might lead a person toward. That is to say, we’ve been focusing on the existing social problems and consumer demands that have yet to be addressed by information technology. We think this is … Read More
Secure Scrum, or Traditional Scrum Plus Security?
A recent article at IT World considers questions about the relationship between Agile training, particularly certified scrum master (CSM) and certified scrum product owner (CSPO) training on the one hand, and information technology security on the other. The article points out that researchers at the Munich University of Applied Sciences recently published a paper explaining … Read More
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 … Read More
A Scrum of One
When looking for Agile training in the USA, what type of methodology do you look for in order to make yourself adaptable to the widest range of prospective regional and national employers and projects? Your answer is almost certain to vary based on your concept of what “prospective” means for you. For instance, do you … Read More
Who Benefits from Scrum Training?
At first glance, it might be obvious what sort of person needs to seek out certified scrum master training. You might not immediately think that it’s worthwhile for any member of a scrum team, much less for people who don’t work within the framework of scrum methodology. There’s a specific job title right in the … Read More
PMP Training and Certification: Not Just for Beginners
Perhaps you are at an early stage in your profession as a project manager. Or perhaps you are not even working in that field yet, but project management is the logical next step in your career. In either case, the value of PMP training and certification should be obvious to you. The Project Management Institute … Read More
PMP Training at Canvas Infotech Inc.
Canvas Infotech is a renowned leader in the IT industry that provides BA, QA, DA, Java and PM trainings to people who desire to succeed in their IT careers. Project Management training for the PMP Certification is one of our key areas of training that we take pride in. Project Management and its core competencies … Read More
What Is PMP?
“The PMP recognizes demonstrated competence in leading and directing project teams. If you’re an experienced project manager looking to solidify your skills, stand out to employers and maximize your earning potential, the PMP credential is the right choice for you.” In the world of IT, PMP is a term that is commonly thrown around. You … Read More