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Intellect wants current ICT curriculum scrapped

The trade body for the UK's technology sector, Intellect, has suggested the current ICT curriculum should be scrapped as it believes it is not providing sufficiently relevant training.Intellect said that the current ICT curriculum is "failing both pupils and employers" and suggested to the Department for Education (DfE) that computing should be a stand-alone subject available to pupils from Key Stage 3, with a focus on higher value computer science skills.

April 20, 2011 by

AGIMO outs datacentre discussion paper

The Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) has called for industry comment on a discussion paper regarding the government's strategy to offer datacentre-as-a-service to 50 per cent of government agencies that spend less than $2 million per annum on ICT.

February 27, 2011

IT rates could soar in Canberra: study

A study has found that the number of ICT contractors employed in the public sector has fallen by 20 to 25 per cent in the last year, while another study has predicted could lead to a skills shortage in the nation's capital as soon as June this year.

May 17, 2010 by

Aussie CIOs will weather the storm

A series of inspiring conversations with Australian chief information officers over the past five years has led me to believe the profession and ICT industry as a whole has the attitude, skills and drive to push through the global financial crisis and other challenges to the better world ahead.

May 14, 2009 by

M'sia faces ICT skills gap

Demand for infocomm professionals remains robust as Malaysia intensifies outsourcing ambition, but graduates entering the workforce still lack fundamental skill sets, say industry players.

May 15, 2008 by

Australia to face ICT skills crisis?

Senior politicians have warned that Australia is heading for an ICT skills crisis with the country's students outpacing their teachers in their knowledge of technology.

October 7, 2007 by

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