In this week's Computer Weekly, the UK government's sudden decision to close schools left many unable to provide children with online schooling - we examine the home learning challenges. Cyber security experts give us their forecasts for 2021. And we find out how technology supports the work of the Guide Dogs charity. Read the issue now.
It's important for an organisation to pick training tools that suit its needs. In this 16-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how to cultivate the right learning culture, the best security training options and why post-pandemic reskilling needs to focus on main frames.
When budgets, customers and reputations are at stake, software developers need every available tool to ensure that applications and code are as secure as possible. Going a step above and beyond, this interactive online learning center provides detailed lessons for securing C/C++ code.
Extend your skills to DB2 anytime - This new online workshop leverages existngPL/SQL and other database experience to DB2 in a way that is fast and easy. Now with an online learning option, you can extend your professional skills an hour at the time as it fits with your schedule.
Industry studies reveal evident increases in training and development delivered via eLearning. This white paper explores the advantages of eLearning and highlights 12 strategies with focus on virtual learning programs.
Measuring the actual impact of learning in performance and monetary terms is well within reach. Check out this short white paper to explore how to best measure ROI from elearning, and get answers to frequently asked questions.
This white paper considers some of the reasons that institutions and enterprises are turning to eLearning to engage learners with ideas and information. It also gives suggestions for creating digital learning experiences that engage learners.
On-the-job learning is the most effective and used form of learning. Read this fascinating case study today to gain expert insights about key management tactics exhibited over the last century.
This case study explains how Virgin Media, a leading provider of broadband, TV, mobile phone and home phone services in the UK, was able to realize significant workforce gains with a cloud-based learning and performance management system.