The Virgin Islands Department of Labor (VIDOL) is offering U.S. Virgin Islanders the free opportunity to study for nationally-recognized CompTIA A+/Network+ certification exams in the following areas: Desktop Support Specialist Computer Repair Helpdesk Technician User Support Specialist Network Support Technician
At the 3rd Annual OmniSystems Information Technology Expo, USVI Bureau of Information Technology (BIT) Executive Director Angelo Riddick emphasized the need for faster and more stable network connectivity in order for the territory’s government agencies to better secure data, collaborate, and facilitate disaster recovery: “We are working with the internet service providers, with the V.I. Next Generation … Continue reading
Public schools throughout the territory are set to benefit from the awarding of close to $35,000 in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) grants by the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI)! Educators were required to submit proposals that would enhance students’ learning and grow their talents through projects that offered hands-on experience in a wide … Continue reading
Governor Ken Mapp, together with other senior leadership members of the Virgin Islands Next Generation (viNGN) Team, toured the viNGN Network Operations Center (NOC) and a Fiber Access Point (FAP) facility earlier today. The scheduled tour was developed in order to provide an onsite perspective of overall viNGN operations and gain an appreciation of the … Continue reading
Commissioner Dawn L. Henry, Esq. of the Department of Planning and Natural Resources informs the public that the Department has received Notices to Proceed for the first phase of library renovation infrastructure projects previously announced totaling nearly $2 million from the Office of Insular Affairs’ (OIA) Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Program.
Gothic Handwriting Instruction A five-session train-the-trainer course for Virgin Islands Researchers, Historians, Students, Scholars, Genealogists On March 31, 2017, the Rigsarkivet (Danish National Archives) will officially release online for free access over 5,000,000 images of digitized historical records of the Danish West Indies. Many of these documents are written in 19th century Danish Gothic handwriting … Continue reading