Training and e-Learning

How to maximise your ERP investment

Your ERP system needs to evolve alongside your business to provide it with a competitive edge, says Doug Hunter, Manager: Professional Services at SYSPRO.


IT security training: The never-ending grudge purchase

Cyber security is a moving target, and training has to stay on top of every new risk posed by a changing enterprise infrastructure.


‘Tech Girl’ Samantha Wright: Be more human

Popular tech blogger and e-sports star urges women not to try fit into stereotypical boxes.


Overcoming gender stereotypes is key to inclusivity

We need to avoid pigeon-holing people based on their gender and ensure everyone has an opportunity to try everything, from sport to science, says Julie Noizeux, Veritas partner success manager for SA.


Scenario based learning – combining theory and practice

Pink Elephant delivers IT simulations that focus on best practice frameworks such as ITIL.


AWS helps Khayelitsha youth put tech into practice

Amazon Web Services kick-starts the eKasi Challenge, which promises to unleash the value of the township’s digital economy.


Data science skills demand fuels academy’s expansion

Durban will be the third home of SA’s first data science institution, as it prepares for its largest student intake.


Can SD-WAN help overcome IT skills shortages?

The data centre IT skills shortage is spilling over from the data centre to the management administration of branch office infrastructure.


A home for software developers

DVT is 20 years old. ITWeb spoke to CEO Jaco van der Merwe about the future and the state of the bespoke software industry in SA.


Broadband Infraco, Google partner in rural area 4IR drive

The organisations collaborate to provide learners and teachers in remote rural areas with digital skills.


Building skills to participate in 4IR

Connectivity is key to leveraging digital technologies in education, says Vino Govender, executive: Strategy, Mergers and Acquisition and Innovation for DFA.