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SolarWinds THWACKcamp celebrates a decade of learning with its free, two-day event for the technology professional community, over 2 and 3 March 2022. The event will be hosted on THWACK, the SolarWinds online community with over 180,000 registered members. The event will feature keynotes, breakout sessions, interactive learning lounges, expert product training, customer success stories, giveaways, and more.

Published in Development
Thursday, 20 January 2022 23:08

The most important IT skills to have in 2022

GUEST OPINION: Career progression is something never far from the mind of most IT professionals: will my current skills become obsolete? What skills will be in demand? What new technologies will emerge that will demand new skills? In short, what choices do I need to make for a successful and rewarding career?

Published in Guest Opinion

Transport for NSW is undertaking a major recruitment drive with the hiring of hundreds of local IT professionals of all disciplines and levels across the state.

Published in Recruitment

ICT professional association ISACA is offering a new certification which it says gives IT professionals the scope to boost their skillset in top emerging technologies and ensure their knowledge is up to date.

Published in Education

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.

Published in Recruitment

The information technology (IT) industry will morph in 2021, prompted by its response to the chaos of 2020 and affirmation that it is the central nervous system of our digital society, according to tech industry trade association CompTIA, in its latest IT industry outlook report.

Published in Strategy

COMPANY NEWS: DDLS, Australia’s largest provider of corporate IT and process training, is adding to its large and diverse cybersecurity portfolio with the introduction of the Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP) certification from (ISC)².

Published in Resellers

Sixty-five percent of Australian and New Zealand IT professionals have experienced disruptions or outages when working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, a higher number than their counterparts around the world, according to a new study.

Published in Home Tech

VENDOR CONTRIBUTION by Ryan Trost - Co-Founder & CTO, ThreatQuotient:  Businesses continue to place more and more data in the cloud, from personal details to intellectual property. The growing adoption of cloud-based solutions by businesses, whether for greater agility, data analytics or to support employees in accessing the data, for example when they were remotely or from home, also increases the risk of cloud attacks.

Published in Security

GUEST OPINION by ManageEngine product consultant Ashwin Ram: As the economy reopens, IT leaders are in the hot seat, charged with ensuring their teams and technology stacks can support recovery, growth, and an array of flexible working arrangements, writes ManageEngine product consultant Ashwin Ram.

GUEST OPINION by ManageEngine product consultant Ashwin Ram: As the economy reopens, IT leaders are in the hot seat, charged with ensuring their teams and technology stacks can support recovery, growth, and an array of flexible working arrangements, writes ManageEngine product consultant Ashwin Ram.

Published in Business Software

By Rami Rammaha, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Gigamon

GUEST OPINION:  The only certainty about today’s work environment is uncertainty and change. One primary inhibitor for organisations embracing any kind of transformation is network complexity. Complex networks are too expensive to operate and audit, and often have too many outages.

By Rami Rammaha, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Gigamon

GUEST OPINION:  The only certainty about today’s work environment is uncertainty and change. One primary inhibitor for organisations embracing any kind of transformation is network complexity. Complex networks are too expensive to operate and audit, and often have too many outages.

Published in Networking

COVID 19: Tech industry trade association CompTIA has launched an “anytime, anywhere” online testing option for its certification exams as part of its response to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Published in Health

Queensland University of Technology has launched Australia’s first Graduate Certificate in Data and New Technology Law which the university says will meet a critical need for professionals.

Published in Education

Fifty nine percent of Australian IT jobseekers value salary as the most persuasive factor when accepting a new job offer, according to a newly published survey which warns that Australia’s IT talent shortage is set to continue in 2019.

Published in Recruitment

By Richard Giddey, Vice President Asia Pacific, ActiveImage

Data storage and backup is no longer the simple procedure of former years. While management might once have been capable of handling an organisation’s storage, backup and even disaster recovery, today these procedures must be managed by an IT professional, if not an IT team.

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By Richard Giddey, Vice President Asia Pacific, ActiveImage

Data storage and backup is no longer the simple procedure of former years. While management might once have been capable of handling an organisation’s storage, backup and even disaster recovery, today these procedures must be managed by an IT professional, if not an IT team.

Published in Data

The development and implementation of new technologies is creating both opportunities and challenges in the IT jobs market, with the booming IT market — and more jobs being available — leading to increasing employee turnover, according to a newly published survey.

Published in Recruitment
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