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The network security skills shortage: Lack of trained professionals is a welcome mat for cybercriminals
Ingram Micro’s Fortinet training will help you build in-house network security expertise, upskill your team and retain key staff.
New Zealand’s IT industry needs to up its game
"NZ is a breeding ground for innovation and skilled workers have confidence in the local tech industry and are willing to change roles frequently."
'Day in the life of' tech event hopes to draw females into tech careers
Several high profile firms are taking part in Shadow Tech Day, an annual event designed to inspire female students to look at a future career in IT.
The race to digital affecting Australian IT industry
The IT industry is enduring a period of high demand and low supply, as the race for organisations to become digital creates a talent shortage.
New initiative to boost women’s participation in ANZ IT industries
The IT industry isn’t just a place for the boys and is in fact a great place for the girls - an initiative has been launched to promote this message.
Redefining agility in the digital age
Something changed at the start of 2016. Concepts and trends that Gartner has been discussing for years suddenly became the aspirational norm.
"We’re a technology company." Yeah right.
Make no mistake, in the 21st century leveraging technology and going digital is incredibly important.
Aussie business and uni leaders join forces to develop ICT industry
Key organisations and bodies in Australia have joined forces to build productive industry-university collaboration for the advancement of ICT.
Majority of IT professionals feel that increasing complexity is making their jobs harder
In an increasingly fast-moving digital world, companies around the globe face issues with managing their IT services.
Aussie tech start-up acquired by GE, sets sights on bigger markets
“Our combined strengths will help customers, big or small, achieve increased energy savings, and provide a solution for ecosystem partners to grow."
Vietnam and New Zealand, set to dominate the tech world
"Vietnam could be a gold mine for New Zealand. What makes NZ one of the better choices is that we are one of the most innovative western countries."
Cyber security methods failing to protect control systems
"The connectivity of traditionally closed industrial settings represents a new threat vector for cyber attacks," says Michela Menting of ABI Research.
Emerson brings SmartCabinet to Australia and New Zealand
“The explosion of cloud and Internet-based data has prompted more organisations to move their infrastructure towards the network edge."
Your IT infrastructure could be taken over in just 12 minutes
The frequency and sophistication of cyber crime is growing everyday in line with the increasingly digital workplace.
Analyst Opinion: Coming to a device near you – the enterprise digital workplace
Persistent and rewarding customer experiences are designed, delivered, and managed using enterprise software and line-of-business applications.
New product release accelerates the move to a digital workplace
New products automate secure connectivity for IoT and provide predictive insights into WIFI performance on mobile.
Getting Ready for Industrie 4.0
Industrie 4.0 is about driving digital value chains, thus creating more agile and market focused competencies.
Stop bullying Apple around and start doing some intelligence homework
The FBI should stop bullying Apple and the technology industry and spend their time and energy instead on figuring out other ways of investigating.
Top 5 Reasons IoT is different than conventional IT
IT and business are inextricably intertwined. Always have been. When IT systems stop — business stops, revenue stops, customer assistance stops.
Readify tackles the IT skills shortage in Australia
“The IT industry needs to step up to overhaul the way we train our talent post graduation, in the same way other professions tackle this issue."
'Speed-interview' event addresses Australian IT industry gender gap
The event was held to provide women new career opportunities and proactively address the growing issue of gender imbalance in Australia’s tech sector.
Aussie businesses need to pick up their DevOps game, study shows
“There are no ‘magic bullets’ and you cannot ‘buy’ DevOps capability. Success is dependent on having all necessary pieces of the puzzle in place."
Are you ready for 5G?
“IT players need to think about IoT now and 5G soon. It will affect demand patterns as early as 2018."
Rise of smart machines means vendors need a new competitive approach
“Organisations must embrace the market change and be able to evolve in light of the new fuel of virtual labour."