Skills shortage news stories
Cybersecurity skills shortage causing headaches for industry
The shortage has multiple challenges and repercussions for organisations, including the occurrence of security breaches and subsequently loss of money.
How to cope with A/NZ’s coming cybersecurity talent shortage
Australia’s recent budget ushers in the nation’s ‘biggest ever’ cybersecurity spend and, likely also, massive demand for cybersecurity jobs.
Salesforce to train 400 Kiwis with Mission Ready and TupuToa
“As an industry, we need to do more to ensure that pathways to digital skills are accessible for all New Zealanders."
Why you should consider a career in artificial intelligence
You don't have to look far to see that AI is on a rapid growth trajectory in Australia, as it's being used in almost every industry.
ADAPT reveals top CIO priorities during ongoing skills shortage
Australia is experiencing a shift in focus as the skills shortage forces CIOs to prioritise talent acquisition and retention over technology initiatives.
Govt creates roadmap for growth in NZ's tech sector
The digital technology sector is now one of the country’s top earners, contributing an estimated $6.6 billion to the economy in 2019.
The perennial quest for data talent and how to find it
The shortage of available talent in Australia is nowhere more apparent than in the technology sector, and perhaps most keenly felt in the field of data management.
The skills all aspiring IT professionals need in 2022
Career progression is something never far from the mind of most IT professionals.
Why AI’s breakthrough use case for enterprise is to aid API development
APIs already power most of our favourite web-based applications, and will only become more important into the future
Cybersecurity automation: differing priorities show need for better C-Suite awareness of benefits
You don’t have to look far in the media to find experts predicting that 2022 will be the year of automation.
Pure Storage's six essential technology trends to watch in 2022
While COVID-19 marked 2020 and 2021, 2022 is set to be a year of recovery with organisations settling into new ways of working.
The state of the SOC: skills shortages, automation and gaining context remain a challenge for SOCs
The security operations centre (SOC) has been on the front line facing the pandemic-induced escalation of cybersecurity threats in the past eighteen months.
Whitireia and WelTec preparing graduates to fill ICT skills shortage
"Creating positive konga and employer outcomes by collaborating with industry is a key objective of Whitireia and WelTec, and this programme is a great example."
Specialist border exemptions 'drop in the ocean' for NZ's tech sector
NZTech has released a statement applauding the Government response to the critical digital skills shortage, but acknowledges that it may not be enough.
Globalization Partners launches global recruitment platform
The platform will leverage the company’s recruitment partner network in an effort to provide organisations with a global talent pool.
Fujitsu addresses massive skills shortages with Global Strategic Partner Academy program
With a focus on Fujitsu employees, apprentices and new recruits, the Global Strategic Partner Academy program will offer training, re-training and experience-based development opportunities.
Govt to ease border restrictions for 600 skilled tech workers
“We’re carefully targeting areas of the sector where industry has highlighted a clear need for overseas talent including, software development, product managers, cybersecurity and interactive media.”
Aotearoa's cyber skills shortage: The tug-of-war between talent supply & demand
Like any balance of supply and demand, there's a frustrating gap between what graduates are taught and what the market needs.
Asuria and Junior Engineers address 'pressing issue' of cybersecurity skills shortage
Asuria, employment services provider, and Junior Engineers, coding education specialists, have entered into an exclusive partnership to devise and deliver cybersecurity qualifications.
Skills shortage in data centre sector drives move to the cloud
"Our research shows that the data centre industry in the APAC region is trying to expand and respond to growing data demand but being held back by a shortage of suitably skilled people."
Gartner: eCommerce will soon be the most important sales channel
“Organisations with a greater level of overall eCommerce maturity were 32% more likely to report that they have exceeded their 2021 performance goals."
Skills and materials shortages causing delays, increasing costs for data centres
The challenge for the industry is how to deliver investment against a backdrop of rising material and labour costs as well as a critical decarbonisation agenda.
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How to make a difference to Australia's digital skill shortage
Australia's reduction in migration has created a shortage of skills in the economy, and the impact has been particularly severe on the technology industry.
NZ’s digital skills shortage reaches crisis point: How to attract and retain talent during tough times
The relationship between employers and employees has become more nuanced and driven by a desire for a healthy lifestyle beyond work.