Seventy three percent of Australian CIOs plan to extend salary increases to their tech employees in 2021, according to a new salary guide from one recruiting firm.
GUEST OPINION by Kathryn Ramanathan, ANZ Channel and Distribution Manager, Cohesity: As Australian organisations recover from the disruptions of the past 12 months and make fresh plans for the year ahead, many are seeking ways to improve the performance and flexibility of their IT departments.
GUEST OPINION by George Tsoukas, ANZ Manager, Gigamon: In a recent study, 60 percent of CIOs and IT executives surveyed said they expect a decline in their budgets as a result of the pandemic. Simultaneously many CIOs and IT managers are being told to find ways to accelerate digital transformation to provide an improved customer and user experience.
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