Targeted Computer Course Can Boost Your Cv

Ina Lubbe October 2018 Copyright: Cyber-Minds (PTY) Ltd   The current economic situation in South Africa is presenting a huge challenge for all of us on a daily basis. Job-uncertainty and the large percentage of jobless people is making everyone a little bit fearful and uneasy about our own financial situations. If there ever was a more fitting and especially critical time to sharpen up your computer skills to enable you to stand out in the workplace, this is the time! Do not let any chance to immediately improve your job prospects, slip by in this last quarter of the
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Teach South Africa

Your Business Oct/Nov. 2018 To run a successful training business, it’s important to pick the right partner. And, with Cyber-Minds® Training Institutes by your side, you are off to a great start!   Previously Creative Minds® centres, the recently re-branded CYBER-MINDS TRAINING INSTITUTE has a wealth of experience in the training industry and has successfully set up more than 30 IT training centres across the country. The new license opportunities have all been designed to assist owners in their goal of growing successful operations and profits. Are you a good fit?  Teaching is not for everybody. No matter how much
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Free Alternatives for Microsoft Office.

While we wholly support Microsoft Office and the various programs in it like Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access it is no secret that this is a very expensive option. Microsoft is also pushing its subscription-based Office 365 instead of the onetime purchase of Office Suite, so that means a monthly subscription in US Dollars forever. A. Great system of income for Microsoft but is that good value for you? So, if we cannot afford the premium product that Microsoft offers, are there any free alternatives that we can look at that will give us a good quality product with roughly
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The Importance Of Computer Literacy.

Marius Lubbe 8 October 2018 Copyright Cyber-Minds (PTY) Ltd   There’s no better time to learn than right now. Taking computer courses are a life long learning skill builder. The more computer courses you take the more it will elevate your abilities and employability. Even so-called computer or “IT” experts need to keep up their learning as things are changing daily in a rapidly expanding industry. “But I don’t work in IT” I hear you say. That’s where you are wrong, IT is everywhere now. We are going to show you what computer literacy is by explaining what these computer
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Best Free Email Clients For Windows 10

Email is still the primary mode of communication in corporate environments, despite a lot of popular communication platforms like WhatsApp and even Facebook Messenger. When you want to connect to customers and have a more formal communication format, email is still the preferred option. Email is not perfect as you will be very aware of the many spam and unwanted advertising you get daily. For Windows users who access email services through web browsers there are many options that we will cover in a future article. Web-based email clients provide an ease of access and eliminate the hassle of installing
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WINDOWS 10 OCTOBER UPDATE

Surprise! Microsoft released the Windows 10 October 2018 Update out of the blue at a Surface device event on Tuesday, and despite the boring name it’s a milestone ‘feature update.’ That means it’s brimming with new features, including a cloud clipboard that synchronizes across PCs and support for real-time ray tracing in games. But you’ll need to get proactive if you want to install the Windows 10 October 2018 Update today. In a blog post introducing the new features, Microsoft said that Windows Update will start automatically rolling the October 2018 Update (a.k.a. Build 1809) out to compatible PCs on
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31 SHORT CUT KEYS IN EXCEL

Once you have mastered the basics of Excel and you are confident with the Menu ribbon commands, it can be a good idea to get to know the short cut keys. Just as the name suggests, it will save you lots of time! SHORT-CUT RESULT MENU RIBBON STEPS Ctrl + A Select the entire worksheet None For an even quicker short-cut: Click in top left-hand corner of the worksheet Ctrl + B Bold Home tab, Font group:  Ctrl + C Copy Home tab, Clipboard group:   Ctrl + D Fill Down Home tab, Editing group, Fill: For an even quicker short-cut:
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WHAT IT CERTIFICATIONS WILL MAKE YOU THE MOST MONEY?

We know that IT certifications matter. But, it’s always nice to have some third-party validation. The recently released 2018 IT Skills and Salary Report by Global Knowledge serves that validation up on a silver platter with its ranking of the top 20 highest-paying certifications. The survey finds that in North America, the average salary difference between certified and non-certified IT staff is $15,913, or 22 percent. That said, it’s no surprise that 89 percent of IT professionals worldwide hold at least one certification. Do you hold one or more of the top 20 highest-paying IT certifications? THE TOP 20 HIGHEST-PAYING CERTIFICATIONS (ISC)2
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12 Essential Job Hunting Secrets

Getting a job is more of a science than you think. Here are 12 essential job hunting secrets. Getting a job is as much art as science, with a lot of luck mixed in. Increase Your Chances to Be Found Regardless, by knowing what to do and not to do, job-seekers can better position themselves to be found more easily, assessed more accurately, and getting an offer more likely. Following is my shortlist of the required dance steps. Implement a 20/20/60 job-seeking plan. Only 20% of your effort should be spent on applying to jobs, another 20% on making sure your
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The Real Harm in Multitasking

You’ve probably heard that multitasking is problematic, but new studies show that it kills your performance and may even damage your brain. It has been found that multitasking is less productive than doing a single thing at a time. Researchers have found that people who are regularly bombarded with several streams of electronic information cannot pay attention, recall information, or switch from one job to another as well as those who complete one task at a time. Frequent multitaskers performed worse because they had more trouble organising their thoughts and filtering out irrelevant information, and they were slower at switching from one
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