Evolve or go extinct

With digital trends moving faster than Road Runner, up-to-date ICT skills are something most workplaces need but often neglect, writes Kay Cairns

3rd April, 2016
Sally Stone, training specialist, and Catherine O’Keeffe, training manager, PFH Technology Group

The technology is second nature to us — we carry it around with us everywhere in our smartphones, smartwatches, tablets, and laptops. But when it comes down to the basics, and often cutting-edge skills, businesses can be falling off the mark.

“It’s nearly impossible to keep up with the latest trends,” said Shane Broadberry director of IACT. To Broadberry, universities are doing a great job of giving a solid grounding to future IT employees, but...

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