Digitalisation and automation are fundamentally changing the way people work and workforces that blend technology and talent could be the answer to Australia’s job market concerns, according to a new report.
Digital design platform InVision has appointed former vice-president at US software firm Acquia, Tom Richardson, as its first Asia-Pacific managing director.
National broadband network provider NBN Co says there is an increasing need for digital literacy in the workforce as high growth jobs, such as management and professional jobs, demand digital literacy skills almost seven times more frequently than occupations that are becoming less prevalent.
Anti-malware software vendor Malwarebytes has appointed 15-year IT industry veteran Dani Ferguson to the post of MSP channel account manager for Australia and New Zealand.
Cloud data warehouse provider Snowflake has appointed Zac Brandt as regional director for Australia.
Decision-making platform provider Board International has appointed 20-year IT industry veteran Paul Miles as channel partner operations manager.
Cubic Transportation Systems has appointed former Transport for New South Wales executive John Karaboulis as vice-president of services.
The Charles Sturt University AgriTech Incubator is conducting a Riverina Inter-School Programming Championship aimed at improving the computer programming and science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills of school students in the Riverina region.
The technology and science sectors are amongst the strongest contributors to the employment market, with the sectors experiencing a modest growth in job ads compared to this time last year.
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RSPs increasing their collective share from 6.8% to 7.1%? That's within the band for statistical error.