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ACS says Federal Budget is promising, but still lacking
Following the announcement of Australia’s 2019 Federal Budget, as you would expect there have been mixed reactions, but ACS says there is progress.
Clinicians network to address IT in healthcare
“There have been lots of failed IT projects in health and there’s enough evidence now to demonstrate that clinical leadership is absolutely fundamental to the success of these projects."
New report identifies top digital investment trends for 2019
There are countless trends emerging in IT, but Virtusa xLabs has identified what it believes will be the 10 most influential.
Capitalising on exponential IT
"Exponential IT must be a way of life, not just an endpoint."
Report - Nine tips for tech companies to maximise growth
“Marketing and sales are critical to the successful growth of any business, but especially for those in the tech industry.”
Survey: Majority of cybersecurity professionals unhappy with pay
Exabeam has released some alarming findings that reveal despite general job satisfaction, most security professionals want more money.
NSW govt backs Sydney software company to create 95 jobs
NSW for Jobs has allocated a loan to Momentum Cloud with the software company aiming to create nearly 100 jobs in Australia over the next five years.
Business confidence in Australia highest in 4 years
The IT industry is one of the major drivers of confident businesses in Australia that are more likely to invest in growing their businesses this year.
AU woman fakes CV to get $245k CIO salary, but gets sacked instead
The IT skills shortage in Australia is bad enough without having to factor in fraud - an expert has advice for both employers and potential recruits.
76% of CIOs say soaring IT complexity is making job 'impossible'
IT teams are now spending an average of 29% of their time dealing with digital transformation problems, costing employers $2.5 million annually.
More ambidextrous thinkers needed in technical roles – Xero
There’s a tendency in the industry to accept i-shaped thinkers (highly skilled in one area) with the assumption it’s how good engineering is done.
Australia in a digital boom with 40,000 more tech jobs over the last two years
A new report has revealed without skilled ICT labour Australia will stagnate - 81,000 new ICT professionals are needed by 2022 to fuel future growth.
Aussie IT teams not prepared for digital business demands, report says
More than half of Australian IT teams will struggle to meet the demands of digital business over the next 12 months
The three IT areas that will future-proof your career
Here are the top 3 roles in IT that are predicted to create the most jobs in the coming years - did your position make the cut?
Who is in the heavyweight line-up of speakers at the 2017 CIO Forum?
Here are some insights into some of the big international names that will be sharing their invaluable knowledge - including the FBI and Volvo!
Kiwi IT specialist makes a difference in Africa – opportunities available
Read the incredible story of a young Kiwi IT specialist helping to heal Africa's poor - and further opportunities that are available.
Now's the time to hire: Australian IT workers cautiously positive about employment outlook
The Australian IT industry seems to be positive about employment prospects but there are still areas ripe for talent acquisition, new survey finds.
Big changes ahead - Gartner says ANZ IT spending to surpass $96b in 2017
Speaking to an audience of more than 1,500 CIOs and IT leaders, Gartner's SVP revealed good tidings for the ANZ IT industry.
Tech boom creates too few jobs – and the point is?
The outcome is clear: though tech-driven growth has recovered, it seems that growth has been delivered at a lower level of employment.
Easy peasy: Aussie IT pros finding it easier than ever to land a job
“As the Australian economy continues to be stable in spite of global uncertainty, we look forward to a promising fourth quarter in the IT industry."
South Australia gets new IT hub for more than 600 full-time staff
An Australasian IT company has announced a new development in South Australia, taking advantage of support from the local government.
The network security skills shortage: Lack of trained professionals is a welcome mat for cybercriminals
Ingram Micro’s Fortinet training will help you build in-house network security expertise, upskill your team and retain key staff.
New Zealand’s IT industry needs to up its game
"NZ is a breeding ground for innovation and skilled workers have confidence in the local tech industry and are willing to change roles frequently."
'Day in the life of' tech event hopes to draw females into tech careers
Several high profile firms are taking part in Shadow Tech Day, an annual event designed to inspire female students to look at a future career in IT.