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
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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