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IT skills shortage stories - Page 2
Microsoft survey shows strong IoT adoption amongst enterprises
According to the report, 85% of those surveyed work in IoT adoption, with almost 75% working with projects in the planning stages.
Talent troubles plague growing MSP market, says Datto
As the MSP industry continues to grow, a recent report from Datto shows that recruiting talent is tougher than ever - plus more MSP trends.
Why 49% of employers aim to increase headcount – Hays
"Highly-skilled professionals will be in high demand and can access strong career-advancing opportunities."
True diversity and inclusion can solve Australia’s tech talent shortage - Halcyon Knights
“Whether through quotas or other means, improving gender diversity alone is not enough."
Increasing talent shortage in A/NZ cybersecurity market
According to new research from Hays, technical expertise is simply not enough when hiring cybersecurity personnel and businesses should be looking to upskill employees.
Why education is the primary solution to Australia’s IT skills shortage
Australia is at risk of falling behind in the global technology race unless companies can secure top IT talent.
Why A/NZ organisations are seeing a decline in digital transformation - IDC
“Companies are seeing shortages in digital talent but aren’t proactive enough in attracting and retaining that talent.”
The critical role of technology in NZ’s future
"The choices we make now will shape New Zealand’s future," says Graeme Muller.
Why Australian employees are unafraid of automation
Australian workers are comfortable with reskilling in order to work alongside the digital workforce.
IBM to roll out P-TECH training programme in NZ schools
“At IBM we’re acutely aware of the urgent need for technical skills and P-TECH is very much in line with the needs of New Zealand employers."
Why there’s a high demand for IT professionals in NZ
“Certain skills may be in high demand, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to work hard to secure your next role.”
Infosys aims to generate 1,200 IT jobs for Aussies
The company will open three Innovation Hubs and create new skilled jobs for graduates and professionals by 2020.
Micro-credentials could be answer to NZ's cybersecurity skills shortage
micro-credentials have been successful worldwide thanks to partnerships between tertiary institutions and industry.
Three ways of addressing the IT ‘skills gap’ in New Zealand
As we all know, recruitment in New Zealand is notoriously difficult, particularly in the technology industry.
Are you paying your IT employees fairly? A third feel overworked and underpaid
IT workers may be feeling overworked and underpaid, but they may have the upper hand when it comes to negotiating higher salaries.
Acronis & Yellow Ribbon Fund provide IT training to Singapore prison inmates
The YRF-Acronis IT Skills Programme, inmates will receive certified IT training and computer skills that will increase their chances of future
New IT training initiative targeting 1m people launched by World Economic Forum
The Initiative has the goal of sorting the global skills gap and addressing job displacement arising from automation - with a number of big partners.
Adobe: Gen Z don’t feel prepared for a tech-driven workforce
93% of students and 78% of teachers agree that Gen Z would be better prepared for the future if they had a good understanding of technology.
Kiwi recruitment firm to solve NZ digital skill shortage woes
“How are they supposed to find good candidates if they don’t understand the roles? To understand digital you have to have done it.”
Demand running high for ICT professionals
Demand for ICT professionals is running high, with strong demand 'the new normal' for 2015 according to Peoplebank Australia.
IT industry to recruit at RWC
There is a focus on career opportunities for international visitors.
Digital literacy: meeting our biggest need
"We can make New Zealand the most digitally literate country in the world, with massive benefits from improved productivity and new hi-tech businesses."