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Compaq files recruitment lawsuit against RLX
Compaq Computer has filed a lawsuit against RLX Technologies, a server start-up run by a number of former Compaq executives. The lawsuit, filed in the District Court o...
Survey: Outsourcing may hit IT careers
The rampant outsourcing of information technology jobs could well sound the death knell of Australia's tech industry, an IT Manager Australia survey has revealed. ITM ...
Macromedia buys training firm
Macromedia (MACR) announced today the acquisition of Solis Inc, a maker of CMI (Computer Managed Instruction) software for enterprise-wide training and skills management....
Wall Street worries over AOL earning targets
Analysts are questioning AOL Time Warner's ability to meet its earnings targets. Gerard Klauer Mattison analyst Jeffrey Logsdon issued a research note Monday questio...
Teacher training is key to success
Short Take: MS service network to provide access, training
Microsoft has launched its Internet Services Network to help ISPs provide Internet services for Microsoft Windows NT Server and Internet Explorer users. ISN is designe...
Short Take: Fore to use Palace environment for training
Network infrastructure provider Fore Systems has chosen the avatar-based environment designed by The Palace to distribute technical training information to its non-tech...
Short Take: Football team using streaming technology for training
The New York Jets football team is turning to video streaming technology to help train and scout for players. Instead of using the figures in playbooks, the team is em...
Short Take: Oracle updates training tool
Oracle released an enhanced version of its tool for training end users on its application products. Oracle Tutor 2.0 lets managers custom design training programs on O...
Short Take: HP, Data Dimensions roll out Y2K training program
Hewlett Packard and Data Dimensionsare rolling out a Year 2000 training program for HP's Windows NT and Unix resellers. The course trains resellers to manage Year 2000 ...
Macromedia aims line at training
Macromedia today unveiled a new product line geared toward the online corporate training market. Macromedia's Attain Enterprise Learning system, composed of adapted ve...
Gore outlines tech training plans
Getting workers and students geared up for high-tech jobs was the focus of a forum led by Vice President Al Gore today. The 21st Century Skills for 21st Century Jobs...
Outsourcing IT training takes off
news analysis A growing number of companies are outsourcing their IT training programs to help keep up with Internet commerce and new Web-based business applications ...
Short Take: Bill credits companies' high-tech training
Rep. James Moran (D-Virginia) has introduced a bill to set up a temporary employer tax credit, of up to $2,500 per year, to reimburse companies for high-tech job train...
Online training firm nets $40 million
Internet training company Ninth House Network on Monday plans to announce a $40 million second round of funding. Chase Capital Partners is expected to lead the round, ...
Short Take: Gateway bundles hardware, software, training
Gateway announced the releases of Your:)Ware 2.0, bundles of hardware, software and instructor-led training for computing needs such as digital photography and home fin...
Microsoft, Intel pour money into teacher training
After years of floating equipment to schools, Intel and Microsoft are dedicating almost $450 million to train teachers around the world how to turn out tech-savvy lesson ...
Short Take: IBM to offer Red Hat training
Red Hat today announced an agreement with IBM to deliver Red Hat's Linux training and certification program. Under the agreement, IBM, the world's largest global IT t...
Accenture launches employee-training company
Management-consulting company Accenture launched Indeliq, a new company offering simulation-based online learning tools to help businesses improve employees' job performa...
Tour de France training--on the Net
What does it take to win the Tour de France? Skill, sweat and a little help from the Internet. The winner of the 1999 and 2000 Tour de France, 29-year-old American cy...
Senators propose tax credit for IT training
WASHINGTON--Employers could have a portion of their IT training budgets paid for by Uncle Sam if a bipartisan group of senators has its way. Senator Kent Conrad, D-N.D...
Intel expands teacher training
Intel announced it is expanding its Teach to the Future technology training program. Launched in 2000 in a limited number of states, the program is now available to all k...
Microsoft expands tech training programs
Microsoft on Wednesday added yet another way to recruit Windows users: A program to train students in high schools, vocational schools and two- and four-year colleges to ...
Commentary: The training shortfall
Calif. students need more tech training
California's students are woefully unprepared for jobs in the high-tech field, according to a state body charged with improving the lives of residents through science and...
Spring training to play online
MLB Advanced Media, the interactive arm of the Major League Baseball, says it will stream spring training games on its Web site. The company plans to offer 350 games via ...
Programmers enroll in political training
STANFORD, Calif.--It's not every computer science class that opens with a poem. But on a recent June day at Stanford University, khaki-clad senior Jeff Keltner stood bef...
Macromedia releases training software
Macromedia announced Monday the first products to incorporate software it acquired from Presedia, a specialist in online training tools. Breeze training, based on Presedi...
Macromedia nabs training toolmaker
Software maker Macromedia announced Thursday its acquisition of Presedia, a privately held company that specializes in presentation and online learning software. San F...
Macromedia updates training software
Macromedia introduced a new version of its Breeze training and presentation software Thursday aimed at corporate users. The new Breeze Live allows companies to transmi...
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