October 29, 2014 10:17:15 AM by
Get the necessary education and skills through an interactive, hands-on learning environment that will enable you to get the most from the AWS platform. View the courses and schedules or request further information click here: SureSkills AWS Training & Certification.
October 27, 2014 7:30:22 PM by
SureSkills at GTEC 2014
SureSkills to attend GTEC (Government Technology Exhibition and Conference) in the Ottawa Convention Centre and Exhibit with our Algonquin College colleagues to showcase our high quality global learning solutions and support services to Canadian Government and Canadian private sector communities.
About GTEC (Government Technology Exhibition and Conference) attracts over 6,000 participants and is the primary forum where government and private sector communities gather to exchange ideas and advance the business of ICT in government. This knowledge and professional development conference features thought-provoking keynotes, seminars, panels, workshops and round-table discussions on a comprehensive selection of ICT topics presented by leading public sector and industry experts. The Exhibition showcases the most relevant ICT software, platforms and services helping to drive the public sector forward.
The event also features the annual Distinction Awards, the premier accolades for peer-recognition celebrating IM/IT public sector accomplishments across municipal, provincial and federal jurisdictions.
With renowned speakers and exhibitors from across Canada, GTEC offers something for everyone: from CIOs and ADMs to Program Managers and IM/IT professionals. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn and network with peers, celebrate technology accomplishments, hear from a “who’s who” of government and industry leaders, and see demonstrations of the most advanced technologies driving ICT initiatives at all levels of government in Canada and other countries. Register early for the best rates.
The GTEC Conference is a highly anticipated learning and professional development forum that attracts the vanguard of business and IM/IT decision makers across governments at all levels and industry. This 4 day program offers a comprehensive, integrated view of business-enabling technologies beginning with a day of pre-conference programs on Monday including the “Executive Roundtable” program and our full-day Leadership Program. Tuesday marks the official Conference opening and runs until mid-day Thursday
The GTEC Expo Overview
The GTEC Exhibition is Canada’s largest showcase of technologies and services for advancing the business of ICT in government.
The Exhibition is a two day event which includes over 180 companies and takes place October 28-29 during the 4 day GTEC Conference (October 27-30).
Be sure to make time visit to SureSkills @ GTEC Booth #411 (with Algonquin College), October 28 & 29, to see how SureSkills supports SABA LMS admin & users through our LMS Service Desk as well talk to our experts on our high quality global learning solutions.
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September 26, 2014 10:52:43 AM by
"Men Lie, Women Lie, Numbers Don't" - Advice for Sales Managers from Jay-Z
As the end of the month is fast approaching a Sales Manager should be busy asking all of the relevant top level forecasting and activity questions of their team:
• How much of your target is actually secured at this point?
• Can you find the remainder of your target within the month?
• Have you the number of activities in the pipeline required to guarantee your target?
• Will you hit your target if only the smallest deals come in?
Every Sales Manager should have belief in their team. However, in the answers to the above questions, and to establish as close a 'reality' as possible can come challenges. Challenges in relation to questions such as - is the PO coming in on time? will I get the booking form signed in time?, with the client be back from holidays to confirm the sale on time? and so on.
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September 19, 2014 9:57:56 AM by
Condé Nast recently published its list of the World's 'Smartest' Cities, and as more urban areas begin to embrace technology such as our own CityNext initiative, it becomes increasingly important for businesses to understand how "Smart Cities" work. More than half the world's population lives in urban areas for the first time in history, and by 2050 more than 70 percent of the population is expected to live in these areas, and smart technology helps make those areas safer, smarter, healthier, and modern.
The development of technology so cities can manage growth is of ever-increasing importance. For CityNext this means doing "new with less to deliver both citizen-centric services and economic and social opportunities to citizens at scale." And with the Internet of Things, cities can connect thousands of devices and data streams to better serve citizens. Here are three ways technology is making life easier for citizens in cities around the world.
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