Growth in the software and IT services market is driving up IT spending in Australia to a forecast total spend of almost $85 billion in 2017 on the back of organisations undertaking major digital platform transformations.
The digital transformation of business is gathering pace, with 73% of firms worldwide now digitally enabled to some extent. But, newly published research shows that the rapidly changing ICT environment poses big challenges for chief information officers, with many revealing that they now have less control over IT spending than ever before.
There was a sharp increase in number of technology jobs created in IT, media and telecommunications in the three months from May to the end of July, with recruitment firm Robert Half seeing the “uptick” as a sign that employers are investing in workforce talent and that the demand for specialist roles will continue to the end of this year.
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