Setting the scene
Before I talk about my recent trip to Infosecurity Europe (Infosec), Europe’s largest and most comprehensive conference with over 400 exhibitors and attended by more than 19,500 information security professionals, I want to first take a little trip down memory lane.Read more
IT buzzwords and trends emerge and multiply with a frequency that is equal parts exhilarating and confusing.
This constant state of flux makes it hard to decide which hot technology to learn about or which skill to acquire.Read more
The 2017 Global Knowledge IT Skills and Salary Report offers a ton of insight and analysis of the global IT professional’s workforce. It’s a very beneficial read for anyone working in IT or planning a career in IT.Read more
In recent years the way organisations look at leadership, and leadership development in particular, has changed. It’s less ad hoc and more strategic with the role of leadership shifting towards a more transformative one.Read more
Developing and releasing software is a complicated process, especially now that teams and deployment infrastructure are themselves growing in complexity. As projects grow, the problem becomes even more pronounced. Fortunately, there is a way to develop, test and release software in a quick and consistent way.Read more
This post originally appeared on CIO.com
When people talk about IT training, they usually think about courses – either instructor-led training (ILT) or some combination of ILT and/or online self-paced courses. Although courses continue to be an important part of IT training, training today should consist of more types, or modalities, of training.Read more
Everyone is talking about deep learning.
Well, it’s because artificial intelligence, which conjures up images of driverless cars, virtual assistants like Amazon’s Alexa, text translation, and chatbots, is everywhere and enjoying a resurgence of sorts thanks to the subfield of machine learning known as deep learning.Read more
A lot actually.
June is Pride month.
June was chosen to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riots which effectively kicked off the LGBTQ rights movement.
We have come a long way since then, but the fight is far from over and recent global events suggest now more than ever we need to remember that everyone deserves equal rights and the workplace should reflect the true diversity of the human race.Read more
It’s time to continue our six-part series on successful compliance training and talk about customization, the fourth component. Previously I looked at vital role alignment, why a risk-based approach is key, and why mixing things up with a blended learning offering is essential.Read more
The National Safety Council (NSC) designated June as National Safety Month. Their aim is to reduce the leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road and in our homes and communities.Read more