LaunchVic has just received a new chairperson, appointed by the Victorian Government.
While 83% of firstline manufacturing workers responding to a Microsoft survey agree that technology is key to improving efficiencies, only 4% describe their enterprise as pioneering in their adoption of technology.
Australian IT hiring activity is on the rise due to strong demand in NSW, the ACT and Victoria, according to IT recruitment company Peoplebank.
Two universities have recently appointed new CIOs.
Almost 90% of Australian CFOs say that workplace automation will not cause a loss of jobs, and almost half are planning to add to their workforce in the next 12 months.
If the answer is yes, you should attend the SAFETYconnect event at Rosehill Gardens in Sydney this month.
Advancing, connecting and empowering women to be successful in technological fields should be a career-spanning effort.
The Digital Transformation Agency has reportedly lost both its digital marketplace chief and head of service design, but also appointed a new chief digital officer after seven months without one.
The AIIA has welcomed the government's decision to add CEO, CIO and multiple specialist ICT roles to the list of job categories eligible under the revised skilled work visa program.
ANZ demand for experienced AWS engineers with at least associate level certification has grown 37% over the past year, well ahead of the supply of qualified job seekers.
A new study has found that women make up only 11% of the world's information security workforce.
Robotics will be a key feature in all of the fastest growing jobs over the next five years.
Jobs for NSW events at CeBIT will highlight innovative NSW start-ups and the role of start-ups in the economy.
The way we find, research and apply for jobs has changed, and job seekers are increasingly favouring job satisfaction and work-life balance over pay rates, research indicates.
Most jobs will be obsolete within 10 years, with 70% expected to be affected by automation, robotics and digitisation.