IT Training: Global upskilling starts now

We are on the cusp of a huge surge in the demand for ICT training, and professional trainers are gearing up for it. Leslie Faughnan reports.

1st September, 2012
Liam McMahon, managing director of ICT training company New Horizons.

An increase in demand for training is expected this year, and the principal driver for this is the range of highly significant new product editions and upgrades announced for the coming year by global leaders such as Microsoft, Cisco, VMware and others.

In addition, the accelerating transition to cloud and mobile computing as the mainstream is generating demand for appropriate training. Upskilling and conversion is needed both for technical people in organisations that are moving...

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