In addition to celebrating its 50th Anniversary, Industry training leader, NCTI, is also celebrating another significant partnership in 2018 by signing GCI Communication Corp. (GCI) to a three-year Enterprise License Agreement to train and develop its technicians. GCI’s license consists of NCTI’s networking courses and Master Technician curriculum which includes NCTI’s most popular course, […]
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Oct. 31, 2017 GCI awarded 2017 CCA Industry Innovation Award for FAA partnership Remote weather camera program has reduced weather-related aviation incidents by 85 percent Anchorage, Alaska – For its life-saving work improving aviation safety in Alaska, GCI – the state’s largest technology and telecommunications company –was awarded the Competitive Carriers Association’s 2017 Industry Innovation […]
Professionals looking to break into a cybersecurity career now have an accelerated and reduced cost option to earn a master’s degree from Rochester Institute of Technology. Starting in March, learners can begin the RIT Cybersecurity MicroMasters ™ program with edX, the leading nonprofit online learning destination founded by Harvard and MIT. Upon completing the four […]
Modernized BSS/OSS Capabilities Help GCI Optimize Customer Experience, Improve Business Agility and Enable New Business Models. Netcracker Technology announced today that General Communication, Inc. (GCI), the leading communications service provider in Alaska, has selected Netcracker to enable its Polaris Program, which is the transformation of GCI’s customer, revenue and operations management systems. These new capabilities will […]
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Alaska-based telecommunications company GCI has launched an innovative workforce development program to encourage Alaska students to pursue a STEM-based education that will lead to challenging, tech-sector careers. “GCI works hard to recruit the best engineers, software developers and network administrators available, but the competition is tough,” said Craig Mollerstuen, GCI vice president and […]