IT, Business, and Management Training Topics
Collaborative Technologies for Managers
Collaborative technologies facilitate the work of employees mainly by sharing information, expertise, documents, resources (hardware/ software). Desk research done in Ethiopia reveals the uses of such technologies are not common. So, to help managers (employees) benefit from the use of such technologies, we have designed this short course. If you haven’t used these for your business but want to use them, this training is for you. Trainees will also be exposed to technologies that can be used to monitor the online behavior/ activities of their employees.
Comparing Open Source System
There is huge open-source software that companies can customize rather than spending huge money to buy them. We have made a small survey on the extent of open source customization and use among Ethiopian firms. We have learned that many non-IT people do have a limited understanding of open-source/ free software. We feel that making awareness about such software types to managers can help them minimize their software expenditure; use their IT department (personnel) efficiently and effectively. This course provides insights into what open source software is and what to do with it, what commitments to agree to as well as risks and potential benefits.
IT based fraud and abuse techniques
With the ever-increasing digitization of transactions, information exchange, and storage, there is an increase in the number and type of fraud and abuse mechanisms. To educate professionals in this area, we have designed this course. We will discuss who are the people that make computer-based fraud, how they access our system etc? What can be the role of auditors to detect and deter such ill activities?
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