Digital Skills stories
Unleashing migrant tech talent to combat Australia's skills gap
A guide by Settlement Services International and the Australian Computer Society reveals how migrant tech talent could help Australia address its 60,000 strong tech skills deficit.
Digital skills deficit hampers Australia's construction sector progress
Australia's construction sector struggles with digital skill gaps, causing inefficiencies, delays, and increased project costs.
NSW launches initiative to bridge projected digital skills gap by 2030
NSW launches pioneering venture, the Digital Skills and Workforce Compact, to address expected 85,000 digital worker shortfall by 2030.
UK tech leaders discuss digital skills crisis at Parliament Street Summit
At Parliament Street Summit, UK tech leaders debated the urgency of Britain's digital skills gap and potential solutions.
Fortifying business defences through crucial cybersecurity training
As Australia's digital landscape has evolved, so too have the cyber-attacks that work to bypass security technology by preying on human error.
Supporting the future of work by transforming hybrid working
At the very minimum, hybrid working should be available, secure and efficient for those who need – or want – to work in this way.
Tech giants urge Chancellor to boost UK's digital skills for green jobs
Tech industry leaders have united with the Institute of Coding to call on the Chancellor to boost UK's digital skillset for green jobs.
ACS warns of looming tech skills crisis in Australian workforce
The ACS warns of an impending skills crisis in Australia, with 95% of the workforce needing reskilling as AI reshapes roles.
New study shines spotlight on UK's digital skills gap
A ServiceNow study reveals a substantial digital skills gap in the UK, with education not preparing the majority for an AI era.
UK government allocates £118m to elevate AI skills and development
UK government unveils ambitious £118m funding boost to enhance national artificial intelligence skills and advance R&D.
Micro-credentials advance workplace diversity and inclusion
Micro-credentials are key in enhancing diversity and inclusivity in the commercial landscape and addressing employment issues, says D2L.
Lumify Group expands portfolio with acquisition of City Desktop Training
Lumify Group acquires Australia's leading Adobe end-user training provider, City Desktop Training, expanding its ICT training solutions.
Offsetting the demand for AI skills in marketing with codeless AI
AI has transformed the way businesses create processes and how they communicate with their consumers, specifically in the marketing industry.
Salesforce partners to uplift Filipino women with digital skills
Salesforce partners with Ayala Foundation to empower 185 Filipino women in the digital economy, promoting gender inclusivity and closing the digital divide.
India-UK collaboration: AI park ignites future trade
India's Cabinet Minister underscores AI's pivotal role in boosting India-UK trade at a London summit with a new AI park.
Cloud technology's potential impact on New Zealand economy
AWS research shows that small to medium-sized Kiwi enterprises adopting cloud technology could generate NZ$1.5bn in productivity gains by 2030.
Splunk’s global impact report reveals major strides for 2023
Splunk's 2023 Global Impact Report highlights its progress in ethical growth, cybersecurity, sustainability and social impact.
FDM Group awarded Flexi-job apprenticeship agency status
The Group has been named on the government’s Flexi-job apprenticeship agencies register, empowering more school leavers into the tech sphere.
Why existing employees could be the key to closing the cybersecurity skills gap
Upskilling existing employees offers a faster and potentially more cost-effective strategy to close the skills gap.
How to combat burnout among payroll professionals
In the face of escalating complications and the need to continuously adapt, payroll professionals are increasingly experiencing burnout.
Execs estimate 40% of workforce will need to reskill due to AI
According to the World Bank, there are 3.4bn people in the global workforce, which means roughly 1.4bn people will likely need to be reskilled in the near term.
How to attract and retain cyber security talent-Cyber Revolution
To get ahead of the pack, tech leaders must find new ways to attract and recruit entry-level cybersecurity professionals.
Fueling innovation in NZ with cloud training and certification
To remain competitive and to ensure a return on the tech investment, leaders must equip themselves and their teams with the necessary knowledge and skills.
Women can bridge the tech talent Gap, a survey reveals
The lack of women in the tech sector hinders diversity and contributes to the significant skills gap, according to Computer Weekly's survey of tech workers.