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Virtual reality training tools on the rise

Enterprises can now leverage virtual reality training applications to aid business production, says HP.

Automation will take over day-to-day IT security jobs

And that is not necessarily a bad thing for cyber security professionals, said Netskope's Neil Thacker.

'Fixes that fail' and 'Send Me, a question of character' are at the root of the current software development crisis

It is committed to actively developing software development professionals via its school, DevFluence, the company says.

GoldPhish debuts free cyber security training for SMEs


For smaller businesses, a lack of IT security isn't about not caring; it's about a lack of available budget, the company says.

Demand for quality assurance and testing skills


This has seen explosive growth over the last few years as corporates look to boost their testing and QA teams, says Jumping Bean.

PSG's FutureLearn acquires Media Works

Through the acquisition, FutureLearn adds adult education and corporate training to its offering.

Smartcall launches ICT learnership programme

18 May

The telecoms firm will teach ICT skills including cellular, Internet connectivity services and mobile expertise.

Boosting women in the ICT sector

The vocational choices available within the broad ambit of IT are not getting sufficient exposure at schools, says DVT.

AWS, GirlCode seek female-headed SMEs

18 May

Amazon Web Services partners with the local social enterprise to empower 30 local SMEs, and provide them with free cloud computing training.

Hellocomputer, Umuzi develop programmer learnership

The learnership will provide training in coding, UX design, UX research, product management and data science, says Umuzi.

Young SA students attend prestigious US science fair

The nine learners will present projects on a range of topics, from smart water systems, to alternative methods to cure bacterial infections.

Blockchain Bootcamp in partnership with The Field Institute

The Blockchain Bootcamp will take place at the AlphaCode Club, in Sandton, on 29 May.

Education institutions use data to predict student performance

16 May

As these bodies adopt digital tools and move courses online, big data use is increasingly driving how they operate.