Student profile – Landry Neuba N’yobo

Student profile – Landry Neuba N’yobo

Landry, 26, originally hails from the Ivory Coast, however moved to Ghana in 2006 in order to improve his English skills. Having completed both his IMIS Diploma and Higher Diploma, he is currently an independent IT consultant, while he works towards...

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Students – are you fully prepared for the world of work?

Students – are you fully prepared for the world of work?

A career in IS and IT is fast-paced, with new challenges and technologies to get to grips with every day. With a wide variety of opportunities for newly qualified professionals it’s a great career choice, but are you truly prepared for the move...

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Animal Kingdom – IT at Chester Zoo

Animal Kingdom – IT at Chester Zoo

Martin King is IT manager at Chester Zoo, a position he took on last December having worked his way up the department over the last ten years. His role is to consider IT at a strategic level and he leads two small teams: IT development and IT...

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IMIS student profile – Simeon Williams

IMIS student profile – Simeon Williams

Simeon Williams hails from Nigeria and is currently a student member of IMIS, which he joined after gaining a professional diploma in advanced web design and hosting, a certificate in Internet technologies and also in word processing from his local...

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Making all the right moves

Making all the right moves

Keri Allan talks to Gino Brenzini, head of IT at Ghana International Bank (GHIB), a City of London bank with its feet very much firmly planted in Africa. Joining the bank as a systems administrator in the early ‘noughties’, Brenzini has worked...

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Identity overload

Identity overload

In today’s digital age it is accepted that we need to have multiple IDs to get through the day. We need ID to gain access to our workplace and log into our computers. If we’re travelling we need our passports to prove we are who we say we are....

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