The new IoT-focused CCNA Industrial certification is a lab-based training and certification, and is part of the CCNA Industrial Education curriculum.
With all the talk of pay and opportunity disparities for men and women in IT, individuals working in the relatively new niche of privacy report lots of good news.
Planview Senior Vice President of Management Louise Allen says enterprises and small teams are realizing how much collaboration is falling through the cracks.
Two professional organizations that are focused on providing technology skills to some underserved and un-reached populations are launching a joint program to help change access to cybersecurity training.
Career news this week included new ideas in cybersecurity hiring, biological sources of stress for women, award-winning student coders, Asians in Silicon Valley, and treating employees as well as you treat customers.
IT career news included a huge acquisition in online education, details on how workers really use collaboration tools, and sources of productivity that benefit both employer and employee.
Though a one-off class may provide just enough information to make a graduate dangerous, the skills necessary to manage a successful development team are gaining more attention in the workplace.
News this week included weird interview questions, the demise of the CIO or CTO, data ethics, legacies, and Salesforce.com putting its money where its mouth is in Indiana.
Chicago's Rush University Medical Center has a military veteran in IT management and a robust internship program for veterans interested in tech work.
Infobright CEO Don DeLoach says it's early days for data scientists, but we can still make some solid predictions about how they'll help develop the value of the Internet of Things.
Not surprisingly, hiring managers say it is hard to find the Linux talent they seek, reports Dice.
The price of training is a major issue for individuals and companies, as both attempt to keep up with rapidly changing cyber threats and the growing need for specialized security skills.
Onalytica's Arthur Hilhorst explains what or who can be a notable market influencer, and how that influence can be tracked and measured. The possibilities are endless.
Cybrary.IT Co-Founder Ryan Corey has identified several groups that will benefit from access to free cybersecurity training. Some lack funds, some need flexibility.
Cybrary.IT is the first and only free MOOC for IT and cybersecurity education. It recently launched to the general public, and is seeing strong worldwide uptake.
Organizations are getting serious about tracking down the data needed to understand and control costs related to the workforce.