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Ronald Meeske

Ronald Meeske CEO of CTU Training Solutions

We asked training and certification specialists to assess the health of the local ICT training sector. They find it's alive and well, but needs to continually reinvent itself and its offerings to meet demand.

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Skills needed... Apply within

Adrian Scofield

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The demand for skilled tech professionals remains at odds with availability in South Africa.

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Going Global

Haris Lala

Haris Lala

In the new 'Internet of everything' era, over 50 billion connections will soon link every person, every device, and possibly every thing, to the Internet, said Cisco senior VP Howard Charney.

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Meet the new mindset

Meet the new mindset

Meet the new mindset

Anyone still stuck in the industrial age will need a rapid shift in approach to attract and retain the next-generation workforce.

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Editor's note

Ranka Jovanovic

Ranka Jovanovic, Editorial director, ITWeb

Every profession has an inflated sense of its importance. Today, tech people who are at the top of their games have good reason to feel special – they are in demand, and technology innovation is at the heart of business transformation across many industry sectors.

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Training and e-Learning news

Imagine if...You had comprehensive insight and fit-for-purpose tools to navigate the future and facilitate change

The Innovation Hub and Blank Canvas International are proud to announce the launch of the Thought Leaders Academy in the City of Tshwane today.

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DST launches another wireless network

Deputy science and technology minister Michael Masutha launched the wireless mesh network in the Northern Cape.

Deputy science and technology minister Michael Masutha launched the wireless mesh network in the Northern Cape.

The Department of Science and Technology (DST) has expanded its rural connectivity project by launching the Northern Cape phase of the wireless mesh network (WMN) technology initiative.

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Train carriages turn science centre

The Minister of Science and Technology, Derek Hanekom, has inaugurated a science centre housed in two old train carriages at the Matjiesfontein Transport Museum.

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Epson offers sound advice for education facilities planning on purchasing projectors

The Epson EB-485Wi projector installed at St Dominic's school.

The Epson EB-485Wi projector installed at St Dominic's school.

The world we live in is full of brightly coloured imagery, much of it aimed at a young audience that is increasingly accustomed to watching vivid HD movies, surfing colourful Web sites and immersing themselves in high-speed multimedia games. Little wonder then that, when it comes to grabbing the attention of students in the classroom, it's something of an uphill battle. Especially when it comes to projectors, many of which simply don't deliver bright enough colours.

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Vodafone takes university students to Bell Labs, world’s incubator of innovation

Mohamed Al-Sadah, Chief Administration Officer, Vodafone Qatar, and Henrique do Vale, CSO Qatar Alcatel-Lucent

Mohamed Al-Sadah, Chief Administration Officer, Vodafone Qatar, and Henrique do Vale, CSO Qatar Alcatel-Lucent

Vodafone Qatar and Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU), the leading global telecommunications equipment company and a major technology supplier to Vodafone, today announced a joint agreement to take six university students for an internship programme at Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs located in Europe and the United States. The Bell Labs programme is considered to be one of the most sought-out internship programmes of its kind in the world and one that is highly regarded by many in the engineering industry.

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