VMware chief executive and 30-year Intel veteran Pat Gelsinger will rejoin Intel as CEO from February.
Professionals Australia is calling on the ICT sector to do more to address gender discrimination, after a report revealed that little is being done to address this issue.
Victoria's technology workforce is expected to grow by just 1.8% per annum from 2020 to 2025, the lowest projected growth nationally, according to the ACS.
The CEO of Launceston-based Definium Technologies, Mike Cruse, has been named the 2020 Tasmanian Pearcey Entrepreneur of the Year by the Pearcey Foundation.
CEPU has slammed as "disgraceful" and "appalling" reports that senior nbn staff are being paid six-figure salaries even as base-level jobs are being slashed.
ACS has appointed Rupert Grayston to stand in for former CEO Andrew Johnson while a global search for a permanent replacement is conducted.
With the 'working from home' trend seemingly set to continue, there are ways to help smooth the process and ensure staff satisfaction.
The NSW Government will spend $60m to quadruple the size of its Cyber Security NSW team and expand its remit to cover smaller agencies and local councils.
Workers itching to ditch remote working for a return to the office will want a new working environment supported by new tech solutions.
There is a culture within the IT world that downplays the importance of maintaining good mental health. This needs to change, says the ITPA's Nathaniel Mitchell.
The degree will train students in advanced electronics and telecommunication engineering, with a focus on designing and controlling quantum systems.
ISACA's new One In Tech foundation will seek to improve the participation of women and other under-represented groups in the cybersecurity field.
The AIIA has welcomed the government's JobTrainer initiative to reskill school leavers and the unemployed, but said the current program does not go far enough.
The most in-demand positions are infrastructure experts, software developers and engineers, and cloud architects and engineers.
Mr Hai Tran will lead the Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre's mission to improve national cyber resilience.