Articles about IT Employment
New research by the Australian Department of Employment has shown that the domestic information technology market is a long way from experiencing a skills shortage, with an average of almost 50 applicants per advertised job in the sector.
Ingogo has made two new appointments to its team in preparation for its plans to list on the ASX, expand to new cities, and launch new products.
The Linux Foundation is offering a new self-paced class to help you get ready for the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator exam.
Techies want increase in pay and meal allowances, plus a larger slice of employer's profits
A class action suit accusing four Silicon Valley heavyweights of conspiring to suppress tech workers' wages may come to a close following a new settlement offer.
European staff now account for a quarter of Amazon's employees.
Redmond's latest salary survey shows employers paying 25 percent more and up for Azure and big data work.
Following the retirement of Andrew Stevens last year, IBM has announced that Kerry Purcell will be the company's new managing director of Australia and New Zealand.
No specific plans were laid out for the utilization of the new funding, but for now it sounds like it will be used to boost the company's global footprint, which already includes roughly 190 countries.
As Internet of Things gain more traction this year, such devices are expected to attract the attention of cybercriminals who will also return to social engineering tactics to launch attacks, predicts Sophos.
Every business is becoming a technology business, and IT leaders need to take charge. At the same time, business leaders are getting more involved in IT decisions.
There's a lot of consternation that automation is eliminating jobs and professions at a faster rate than jobs are being created.
Tech companies accounted for 14 of the top 50 spots this year, down from 22 tech brands last year.
A startup out of Estonia has developed a service for those dreaming of moving somewhere new and exciting - or just less expensive.
Employees and executives of Pantech, the third-largest handset maker of South Korea, are to return 20 percent of their wages from December to March as part of the company's effort to improve liquidity amid its debt problems and search for buyers.
Microsoft Australia's offices in Sydney have been refurbished, with new lounge areas, meeting zones, hot desks and social spaces
For the "ultimate crime-fighting/data-storing duo," take a look at the new Mimobot Batman and Robin USB drives, along with models based on DC Comics' Catwoman and the Joker.
Digital Equipment Corporation changed the business, the technology and the experience of computing. In memory of founder Ken Olsen, who died recently, we present this tour of DEC's 40-year life
Here are the 10 sites that are named by OpenDNS to be the biggest problems for businesses in 2010 - mostly for cutting back on worker productivity.
Android 3.0 is focused on giving better performance to devices with larger screens - namely tablets.
Ever been curious where the workers who make your iPhones and iPads live and sleep? Here's your answer -- and it ain't pretty.
Can a growing e-learning company take on Adobe's conferencing solution and win?
Celebrating some of the best geeky and techy PhotoShop jobs out there on the web.
ZDNet UK's Mary Branscombe says the new software will contain some "significant improvements" such as a streamlined interface, guided Actions, and enhanced Portfolios.
From sending huge attachments to tagging your colleagues in inappropriate statuses, these are 10 techy faux pas you should avoid in the working environment.
Developers descended on the 2010 Oracle OpenWorld conference, which featured armoured costumes from Iron Man 2 and a Google Lego pit
Is price the only staggering difference between a knock-off and the real thing? An in-depth look at an M-003 and the Apple iPad sheds more light.
Chipmaker Qualcomm offered a glimpse of what the future might hold for the next generation of smartphones.
Apple has added another retail location in Paris in a beautifully restored building smack dab next to the French capital's Théâtre National de l'Opéra. Formerly a bank, Apple has done an incredible job of keeping the original aesthetic details including wrought-iron railings, spiral staircases and marble floors - all under a massive shining skylight. Here's a look.
RIM and AT&T are rolling out the first BB 6 device as the Torch 9800 with both a full touchscreen interface and QWERTY front facing keyboard. The 3.2 inch capacitive display slides down over the top of the hardware QWERTY keyboard so you get the best of both worlds in a single device with several software improvements.
At Net:Work 2010 in San Francisco, Cisco CIO Rebecca Jacoby talks about how the company integrates new technologies into its workforce. Jacoby says it's important to identify which productivity tools are useful, reduce your risk, and then adapt your infrastructure and business processes accordingly.
Hulu CEO discusses new ad concepts
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff talks about the consumerization of the Internet at the Gartner ITxpo in Orlando. Benioff says the software industry needs to work harder and make transformations faster to keep pace with the changing needs of a younger generation entering the workforce.
One Laptop Per Child founder says books too expensive
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