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Bad typing slowing down students »
New research has suggested that many young people in the UK could benefit from an online computer course to enhance their skills.

Rise in youth drop-out rate »
An increase in the number of people dropping out of full-time education or employment has demonstrated the potential importance of IT home study.

Older people urged to train in business »
Older people who have been made redundant could choose to take up IT training courses to prepare them for managing their own business.

Consumers reluctant to cut back on communications tech »
Britons would prefer to cut back on holidays than on their mobile or broadband use because they value communication, says an industry watchdog.

Online marketing isn t all about entertainment »
Marketers should avoid focusing only on whether a video campaign is amusing, says a media expert.

IT firms gain from government investment »
Those enrolled on an IT training course may be interested to hear two technology businesses have been the first to benefit from a new government-backed fund.

Facebook improves communication »
Those pursuing IT home study may be interested in news that social networking sites have been praised as a valuable tool for corporate communications.

Facebook e-tail dilutes branding »
Offering customers the chance to buy products through social networking sites could endanger a firm's brand identity, says an IT specialist.

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