The Australian Computer Society and Tasmania’s TasTAFE have launched a Women in ICT Pathways Program aimed at supporting 36 students with training, mentoring and work placement.
The Tasmanian Government says 50 new IT jobs have been secured for the state as part of an industry assistance package of up to $1.36 million for a term of five years for DXC Technology to expand its enterprise delivery centre in Hobart.
Global ICT services giant CSC and Tasmanian vocational education and training provider TasTAFE have launched a new partnership, providing for the island state’s TAFE students to gain real world experience working at CSC Hobart’s Centre of Excellence (COE).
I wonder what the ROI on all this fluff is...
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As if Ajit Pai would care. It'll be up to Trump or Bolton to make a decision about that.
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