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Cisco launches $10 million global Cybersecurity Scholarship Program, improves certifications
Cisco is tackling the cybersecurity skills shortage head on through $10 million Global Cybersecurity Scholarship Program & certification improvements.
What do teachers need? Technology professional development, apparently
"Teachers need to be capable and comfortable managing all tech in the classroom, as well as integrate these resources into their lesson plans."
Blackboard expands virtual classroom offerings with new partnership
Blackboard has partnered up with Skytap to provide cloud-based, on-demand virtual training labs via Blackboard Learn, the company's flagship LMS.
Schools in a state of transition, educators struggle to keep up
Educators and institutions are facing growing challenges, particularly by the way of limited funding and training, and close mindedness.
Victoria train lines to get mobile connectivity upgrade
“The Andrews Labor Government is committed to fixing mobile blackspots throughout the state and particularly along our major regional train lines."
Specialist Windows 10 training for Kiwi businesses
With Windows 10 landing, Auldhouse Computer Training is offering NZ businesses training courses to help their staff master the new operating system.
Cisco enhances channel partner programme
“The Partner Experience Transformation Team is pleased to be moving forward in its journey to make it easier for partners to do business with Cisco."
Free MapR Hadoop training now comes with $500 Google Cloud credit
MapR and Google team up to offer $500 Google Cloud credit for IT professionals and resellers signing up for free on-demand Hadoop training.
Cubic Defence NZ targets corporate along with military and security customers
High-tech exporter Cubic Defence NZ is setting its sights on selling military training systems to corporate customers.
Bespoke continues AWS training in APAC
Bespoke Training Services says it has seen rapid adoption of AWS training in ANZ, and to build on this it is expanding its portfolio of locations.
Government offers $5,000 for growing businesses
The New Zealand government is offering businesses a 50% subsidy aimed at kick-starting their development and growth across the country.
Students of failed computer college adopted by competitors
Bosses impressed by students’ loyalty and determination.