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Enrolments in IT degree courses at Australian universities have fallen by 61% in a decade, according to Charles Sturt University.
If you want free training in Microsoft's products, just get yourself accepted as a contestant in the new on-line reality show "Career factor."
Thursday, 14 October 2010 09:49

IEEE offers elearning in key technologies

The IEEE, the world's largest technical professional technology association, has launched the IEEE eLearning Library offering almost 200 short, online courses in core and emerging…
Monday, 13 September 2010 14:58

Digital skills shortage fuels $2billion deficit

Fears have been raised that Australia will remain a net importer of digital content unless local companies can hire more people with current skills. A…
IBM is partnering with the Wroclaw University of Technology to establish a university cloud computing centre.
Tuesday, 27 July 2010 08:03

Staff churn looms for skinflint employers

Australian enterprises faced with the spectre of IT skills crises should revisit their professional development programmes in order to retain key employees longer, and reduce…
Huawei Australia and RMIT University are teaming to deliver training in high-speed communications technology and related applications.
Wednesday, 30 June 2010 13:31

IT student pioneers CEED's NSW plans

A Masters of IT student based at the University of Sydney, who has been commissioned by Suncorp to work on a project to update GIO's…
Friday, 16 April 2010 08:29

Dell anoints wise women (and man) of ICT

A joint initiative between computer maker Dell and the Australian Government intended to recognise individuals and organisations striving to help women rise through the Australian…
Wednesday, 07 April 2010 15:42

ICT wants more women'¦still'¦

The call has gone out for women ICT professionals to step forward and act as mentors for females entering the profession, a group still significantly…

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