IT Management

Australian DevOps salaries in decline

30 March, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australian DevOps salaries are in decline despite an ongoing skills shortage, Puppet's latest DevOps salary report indicates.

Today's COVID-tech workplace reimagined for the future

30 March, 2021 by Kurt Solarte*

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many workplaces shifted to remote work. With a return to offices on the horizon, how will workplaces change and adapt?

New Entrepreneur and Innovation Centre to create 400 jobs

23 March, 2021

The SA Government has selected private equity company Quintessential Equity to deliver the $400m Entrepreneur and Innovation Centre at Lot Fourteen.

Gen Z driving supply chain autonomy with hyperautomation

23 March, 2021

As members of Gen Z enter the workforce, they are leading the shift to an autonomous supply chain, with the adoption of hyperautomation.

Report: ANZ businesses ranked #1 for tech response to COVID

23 March, 2021

ANZ technology strategies have been ranked #1 globally for their response to the challenges of COVID-19, according to a report from NTT Ltd.

Post-COVID remote work could make it or break it for workers

22 March, 2021

Workers could consider leaving their jobs if employers do not allow them to work remotely after the COVID-19 pandemic, reveals a report from Questionmark.

New ISACA certification to help upskill IT professionals

19 March, 2021

ISACA has launched a new certification to help students and career changers build IT knowledge and skills to thrive in the IT sector.

Stone & Chalk launches program to boost start-up job market

17 March, 2021

Stone & Chalk, with funding from LaunchVic, has launched an 18-month program to help Victorians break into the tech start-up and scale-up market.

Upcoming Keysight Conference to display measurement solutions

16 March, 2021

The Keysight Multi-Industry Virtual Live Conference will showcase test and measurement solutions that accelerate innovation for a range of industries.

PC shipments to continue to surge in 2021

16 March, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

PC shipments grew 12.9% in 2020 and are on track to grow 18.2% in 2021 as consumers and businesses adapt to the new normal, IDC estimates.

Funding to boost STEM opportunities for women

11 March, 2021

Flinders University has received funding to take on 120 women as part of the Women in STEM Cadetships and Advanced Apprenticeships Program.

AIICT, AWS team up to launch AI course in Australia

10 March, 2021

AIICT and AWS have launched a Certified Artificial Intelligence Course for AI and ML professionals, to address the technology skills shortage in Australia.

COVID-19 aftershocks to trigger fourth IT wave

10 March, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

IBRS has predicted that persisting challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic will trigger an imminent 'fourth wave' of IT innovation.

Vic Govt uses industry insights to foster digital workforce

09 March, 2021

The Victorian Government has led an industry roundtable where representatives addressed the demand for digital skills, ahead of the launch of the Digital Skills and Jobs program.

Australia lagging behind the world in electric car sales

09 March, 2021

Sales figures from the Electric Vehicle Council have revealed that Australia is far behind the rest of the world in electric vehicle adoption.

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