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IT Jobs Are Up, But Women Still Struggle to Get In

Those working in IT have understood for a while that their skills were in high demand. The world's love of technology, both within the enterprise and consumer sectors, has driven a need to ensure that these devices and systems work constantly and consistently. Therefore, it came as no surprise when the U.S. Census Bureau discovered that IT jobs have been growing exponentially over the past few decades.

2016 Learning Catalog June Version – Now Available!

Over 100 new courses for you to explore!

We are pleased to announce the 2016 New Horizons Learning Catalog June Version with updated course information.

Choose from over 800 classes ranging from Adobe to Web & Mobile Development, each taught by multi-certified industry leading professionals. Find the right class for you today. Download our updated catalog and explore our new offering.

3 New Trends of Business Intelligence

Business Intelligence is a powerful and useful concept that, like the data it analyzes, is always changing. 

New technologies, cloud data, even hours spent with the data can help or hinder your next move. If you use effective business intelligence training in your organization, you can improve the decision making processes at all levels of management and improve the strategic management process. There are 3 top trends coming to Business Intelligence to keep a look out for: Cloud Analytics, New Technologies, and Data Visualization as Norm. 

Amazon Attempting to Break its Web Services into the Banking Industry

Amazon Web Services has been dominating the cloud market. With Synergy Research Group having found that the company controlled 31 percent of the full-year 2015 cloud infrastructure market – well above Microsoft's second-place bid at 9 percent – it's clear Amazon has proved itself to be much more than an online marketplace. But dominating the cloud market wasn't enough. 

Artificial Intelligence Systems in Cars Now Considered Drivers

News from the NHTSA gives legitimacy to the driverless car trend

A recent message from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to Google has allowed for the driverless car initiative to advance yet another step. The letter, written by NHTSA Chief Counsel Paul Hemmersbaugh, has stated that the regulatory body now considers the computer systems on board these vehicles to be the driver, according to Reuters.

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