Job creation in Victoria has been given a boost, with two companies establishing new positions in Melbourne.
Microsoft has created 120 new jobs in its Asia Inside Sales Centre, which is located in Sydney.
Nearly all Australian workers responding to a recent survey believe it is imperative to learn new technology skills to stay afloat in the digital revolution.
Former NAB digital transformation guru Gavin Slater will take over as permanent CEO of the Digital Transformation Agency from 1 May.
As Australian organisations move more of their applications and infrastructure to the cloud, nearly half (48%) believe current ICT graduates do not have the skills needed to manage these hybrid IT environments.
Industry-specific scholarships are being provided by the NSW Government for students seeking careers in ICT.
Queensland's biggest start-up precinct is now open in the Fortitude Valley's historic TC Beirne building.
UK data engineering firm Jeremy Benn Pacific will help local businesses manage weather risks to infrastructure and operations.
A new online marketplace has been developed to help employers hire technology professionals at a reduced cost.
Employment trends for Australian IT executive positions recovered 26% in February after a period of decline, but the sector remains underperforming compared to other major industries.
Women in the tech sector are still facing wage inequality and workplace gender bias, according to an ISACA survey.
Recent ICT graduates looking to join the APS can now apply to take part in the government's 2018 ICT Graduate Program, while prospective apprentices and cadets will be able to apply from June.
Former Woolworths chief loyalty and data officer Emma Gray has joined ANZ as its inaugural chief data officer, where she is expected to play a key role in the bank's digital transformation.
Australian IT professionals are expected to be in high demand in 2017 as companies continue to pursue digital transformation initiatives, with the sector among the most likely to see double-digit wage growth in 2017.
A new French law will require companies with more than 50 employees to negotiate with employees over a policy guaranteeing the right to 'switch off' from work and ignore emails after hours.