IT Management > Human resources

NEC announces program for talented tech grads

09 September, 2016

NEC Australia is inviting technology graduates to join its 2017 graduate program, which is a structured combination of job experience, coaching, workshops, performance planning and feedback.


Accenture names new business lead for Australia and NZ

07 September, 2016

Accenture has appointed Robert Easton to lead the company's business in Australia and New Zealand.


Salesforce, Rackspace named Australia's best places to work

01 September, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The ninth annual Best Place to Work survey has named Salesforce, Atlassian and Adobe among the top five large companies in Australia for employees and Rackspace Australia as the best smaller company.


Is your employer watching you? Online profiling blurs the boundary of our public and private lives

30 August, 2016 by Peter O'Connor and Paula McDonald

Online profiling blurs the boundary of our public and private lives.


IT employers overlook Australian graduates

22 August, 2016 by Amy Steed

According to a report by the Grattan Institute, the percentage of recent Australian IT graduates who have secured full-time employment is at its lowest since 1982.


Dimenson Data announces new CEO

19 August, 2016

Dimension Data has appointed Steve Nola as chief executive officer of the Australian business.


Which kind of CIO are you?

09 August, 2016 by Oliver Descoeudres, Chief Marketing Officer, Logicalis Australia

Successful leaders are those who can master the key macro forces that drive digitalisation, and then lead their organisations to success.


Diversity initiatives celebrated by digital tech industry

08 August, 2016

The second #TechDiversity Gala Dinner saw the Victorian digital technology industry come together to recognise those behind important diversity initiatives.


Australian IT professionals in high demand

19 July, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The Australian IT sector is grappling with a worsening skills shortage as digital transformation efforts including cloud migrations leave qualified professionals in short supply, research suggests.


Former UXC CIO/CTO joins KPMG Australia

19 July, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

KPMG Australia has selected Craig Wishart to take over from Anthony Stevens as CIO, while Stevens takes the newly created role of chief digital officer.


Apple is world's most attractive employer

06 July, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

An analysis of LinkedIn data shows that Apple is the top company in the world for attracting and keeping top talent, while KPMG is the top employer in Australia.


Most Australians would like to work remotely

02 June, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The majority of Australian respondents to a Randstad survey would like to work remotely at least occasionally, and prefer flexible hours to the 9–5 working week.


CIOs feel hindered by tech skills shortage

24 May, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Some 65% of CIOs feel hindered by the largest tech skills shortage since the global financial crisis and feel that a lack of talent will leave their organisations unable to keep up with the pace of change.


Data61 and AICD to boost boards' digital literacy

27 April, 2016 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The CSIRO's digital innovation arm, Data61, and the Australian Institute of Company Directors will collaborate to improve the digital and cyber literacy of directors and boards nationwide.


Race relations at Facebook; Nissan car hacked by remote control; IBM to buy Resilient

03 March, 2016 by Andrew Collins

Mark Zuckerberg tackles anti-black sentiment at Facebook, Aussie demonstrates Nissan LEAF compromise, and IBM aims to buy security response firm.


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