Millennials want to use the tools that they trust, with quick and easy access to data, visually appealing, fully customisable interfaces and ways to communicate with colleagues in a social media setting.
Australian employers' lack of commitment to offering the ability to work from home could be costing the economy billions of dollars in lost productivity, research indicates.
HP expects the restructuring efforts associated with the separation of HP Enterprise into a separate company to result in the reduction of 25,000 to 30,000 jobs.
Nearly four in 10 Australian IT hiring managers are planning to increase headcount this year, with demand showing a shift towards permanent rather than contracting staff, Robert Walters says.
An nbn-commissioned report explores the anticipated impact of disruptive new technologies and high-speed connectivity on Australia's jobs market over the next 15 years.
Privacy Awareness Week emphasised the need for organisations to embed privacy practices into business-as-usual processes, and for individuals to think about how to protect privacy in their everyday lives.
Today's world demands a new breed of IT pro… those who understand that there is no such thing as a distinct IT strategy — there is only a business strategy that's powered by IT.
nbn plans to hire another 4500 workers to help accelerate rollout of the network, and is particularly targeting retired telco workers as well as school leavers and construction workers.
Paul Shetler, a former executive at the UK's Government Digital Service, has been appointed CEO of the federal government's Digital Transformation Office.
An overwhelming 91% of IT jobs went to contractors rather than permanent staff during the March quarter, and increasing demand for talent meant contracting roles took longer to fill.
Transformational CIOs have an opportunity to take the helm and develop IT infrastructures that improve the quality of products and services provided, while simultaneously driving efficiencies and cost reductions.
ICT recruiters took nearly twice as long to fill vacancies in October compared to previous months, with the problem most pronounced in South Australia and the ACT.
The New Zealand government is conducting a jobs fair across Australia that will seek to reverse the 'brain drain' of skilled workers from the ICT and other sectors relocating to find work.
Six in 10 Australian IT professionals are expecting a pay rise in 2015, suggesting that confidence in the career prospects of the occupation is returning, according to Robert Walters.
IT professionals are challenged in more than one way in their dynamic workday: they have to become more knowledgeable about new technologies; they need to improve performance as the demands for their services increase; and, on top of that, they also have to address critical problems which arise due to the complexity of the companies’ interdependent systems