Mission Ready's grand entry: Wellington's tech talent revolution
Mission Ready launches in Wellington: A celebration of tech partnerships & talent
First Nations’ tech businesses building digital capability
Winyama Digital Solutions and Goanna Education are helping improve the digital capabilities of the First Nations’ workforce.
Number of female workers in UK tech sector down by thousands
The UK tech sector has seen the number of female workers dip between the first and second quarters of 2023, according to figures from the Office of National Statistics.
Women can bridge the tech talent Gap, a survey reveals
The lack of women in the tech sector hinders diversity and contributes to the significant skills gap, according to Computer Weekly's survey of tech workers.
Trustwave expands Fusion offering into Pacific region
"We are committed to continuing to grow our investment in the Pacific region to drive success for our clients and allow them to conduct business securely."
Excite Cyber launches first privately owned SOC in Tasmania
The launch follows an increasing awareness of the need for cybersecurity skills development in Tasmania and will play an active role in training students.
Unlikely Allies: Artificial Intelligence in Talent Recruitment
It’s difficult to determine exactly how many roles will disappear in each sector, but in recruitment, AI will continue to play a supporting role.
Applying a digital first mindset to bridge the legacy divide
Through the adoption of a technology-first mindset, even companies with significant legacy can implement strategies to innovate and accelerate change.
Komo changes the landscape of influencer marketing
Komo Technologies has evolved influencer marketing by allowing talent to collect and own fan data while delivering measurable ROI for their brand partners.
SentinelOne unveils multi-layer cybersecurity AI platform
SentinelOne threat-hunting platform seamlessly fuses real-time, embedded neural networks and a large language model-based natural language interface.
Exclusive: What Talent can tell us about the skills shortage
Talent is a global technology recruitment specialist that has been operating in the Australian market for the past 27 years.
IWD 2023: Building on Momentum to Empower Equity
At the very basic level, ensuring equity is very simply the right thing to do. Today, it has also become a table-stake for attracting and retaining top talent.
IWD 2023: How do we woo women into tech?
We know that Australia's skills and labour challenge is not a regional problem, it's global. So, where are all these people going to come from?
IWD 2023: How ICT businesses can bring more women onto the team
We need to get more proactive about identifying and securing capable women who we can train and mentor into roles of increasing responsibility and challenge.
Young hackers: redirecting talents from cyber-bad to cyber-good
The cybersecurity industry is experiencing the emergence of ‘young hackers’. Whether this is petty hacking attempts or high-profile attacks, teenage-perpetrated cybercrime is a rising issue that needs to be addressed.
Macquarie Govt partners with Fortem Australia to close skills gap
“We’re committed to our goal of uplifting Australian sovereign capability in cybersecurity and ICT, and this partnership with Fortem will help us in that effort.”
How smart businesses attract top remote talent in a post-COVID world
As Australia faces recession, a shortage of skilled workers and a lengthy recovery, employers must see this as an opportunity, not just a necessity.
Ricoh and NZ tech company Tether initiate new reseller partnership
A new reseller partnership between Ricoh and NZ tech company Tether will focus on monitoring, hybrid work and air quality solutions.
JobAdder reveals reality of 'the great resignation'
The reports together highlight the impact of 'the great resignation' and worsening candidate shortages - reflecting a tight talent market.
Microsoft and AustCyber tackle cybersecurity skills shortage
Microsoft has partnered with AustCyber and other education and training providers to offer a credible alternative pathway to enter the cybersecurity industry.
Your tools, your choice: why allow employees to choose their own devices?
Jamf Australia says giving your team the freedom to work with their digital device of choice could help to attract and retain top talent in a tight labour market.
Globalization Partners to improve global talent hire
Globalization Partners says the global availability of its services will make it fast and simple for companies to hire and pay anyone, anywhere in the world.
Skills shortages hold orgs back from capitalising on cloud 2.0
Organisations are becoming more comfortable with sophisticated 'cloud 2.0' technologies, even as they confront difficulties in hiring and retaining IT talent.
Clear Dynamics closes $35M funding round, invests in global growth
The funding is a major milestone and speaks to Clear Dynamics’ vision for AI-enabled ‘composable’ enterprise software, the company states.