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HR Tracking Database Software

HR Tracking Database Software for employee and job information for businesses HR Tracking Database Software by DB-Pros, Inc. was designed...

December 4, 2014 by DB-Pros

Changing Times in the HR World...

Like accountancy software and spreadsheets, HR Technology has been around as long as business computing. Recruiting, payroll, tracking work time, performance appraisals,  employee benefits administration, managing training and learning and performance reviews and records...

July 28, 2011

Saba - global formal & informal learning

I met with Bobby Yazdani, CEO & President of Saba Software earlier this week at their Redwood Shores California headquarters. A substantial global company with 1400 customers and more than 19 million users across 150 countries, Saba is the piece of the enterprise stack jigsaw puzzle that first brought training and learning into the internet era after their 1997 founding.

April 14, 2011

iSpring Presenter

iSpring Presenter is a PowerPoint add-in designed for creating e-learning Flash/HTML5 content from your PowerPoint presentations. Generated...

December 3, 2014 by iSpring

Brain training software has limited effects

So, you’ve got one of those brain training applications and you think it might help you get into Mensa. Or maybe your sights are a bit lower and you just think it might boost your ability to think more quickly than you currently do or even keep calm in a crisis.

April 20, 2010 by

NSW DET win for Microsoft's Hyper-V

VMWare rival Microsoft Hyper-V has achieved a high-profile Australian victory, with the New South Wales Department of Education and Training (DET) deciding to roll-out the software to some 473 schools across the state.

March 30, 2010 by

Micro LUGs & the LUG Buddies

In my desire to promote the Good and the Honest cause of Free Software, I have been meaning to set up a "GNU/Linux for beginners" course for a while, putting back into The Community (whatever that is) pro bono what I have learned and prospered from over the years.That rules out my own training business, so I have enquired about setting up a Linux Users Group (or LUG, as they are fetchingly known).

February 2, 2010 by

Reductive to service Puppet open source configman tools

Key founders of Puppet have incorporated and received $2 million in venture capital funding to advance the open source configuration management software project.Reductive Labs,  which has evolved from the same named consulting firm founded in 2003, will provide training, service and support for Puppet, the next generation open source infrastructure automation framework which is reportedly gaining strength and numbers of users.

June 24, 2009 by

DET picks XP, Lenovo for 200k netbooks

The NSW Department of Education and Training has picked Microsoft Windows XP and Office software and Lenovo hardware to run on its impending roll-out of 200,000 student netbooks funded through Kevin Rudd's Digital Education Revolution, leaving the Linux alternative out in the cold.

March 31, 2009 by

Camtasia Studio 6

TechSmith's Camtasia Studio is an outstandingly easy-to-use program for creating HD-quality training, teaching and marketing videos for the web and mobile devices.

February 2, 2009 by

Why aren't schools using open source software?

The BBC asked a similar question as they covered the British Education Training and Technology show.With Open Source Software (OSS) freely available, covering almost every requirement in the national curriculum, a question has to be asked why schools do not back it more fully, possibly saving millions of pounds...

January 28, 2009 by

Oracle to acquire partner GKS

Oracle said today that it will acquire longtime partner Global Knowledge Software LLC, a provider of self-service training automation software. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

July 31, 2008 by

Universal Imaging Utility 3.5

Universal Imaging Utility is an excellent utility that could prove invaluable to larger businesses looking to reduce the time required for image creation and deployment. However, the software has limitations, including lack of support for Windows Server installations.

June 25, 2008 by

Women's attractiveness judged by software

According to Haaretz, an Israeli team of computer scientists has developed a software that ranks facial attractiveness of women. Instead of identifying basic facial characteristics, this software has been designed to make aesthetic judgments -- after training. The lead researcher said this program 'constitutes a substantial advance in the development of artificial intelligence.' It is interesting to note that the researchers focused on women only. Apparently, men' faces are more difficult to grade. But read more...

March 31, 2008 by

5 ways to fail at IT training

Lousy training, change management, and documentation are among the top failure-inducing mistakes that IT implementation teams perpetrate against their projects. As I've said in the past:To be successful, users must understand the project’s goals, status, and impact on their jobs. Many projects pay too little attention to training and documentation, especially when the project starts to run over-budget. This oversight makes reduces productivity and can negatively impact the project ROI. In extreme cases, users simply don’t use the new software, bringing the effective ROI to zero.Here's a list of five IT training failures guaranteed to damage any otherwise-healthy project.

March 13, 2008 by

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