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Video: 10 Minute IT Jams — A chat with Gary Gruver
Today we speak to Gary Gruver, a seasoned executive, author, and keynote speaker well-versed in agile and DevOps.
Building a robust digital talent model by upskilling, reskilling and hiring for hybrid jobs
In the wake of declining international students and a shortage of locals taking up tech-related qualifications, Australia is facing an industry talent drought.
40,000 NZ small businesses reap rewards of Digital Boost programme
The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE)’s Digital Boost programme has now attracted more than 40,000 New Zealand businesses.
Kordia launches Cyber Academy scholarship to boost Kiwis' cybersecurity skills
The Kordia Cyber Academy will award scholarships to 12 participants, who will detect and respond to cybersecurity incidents every day during the course.
Building cyber capacity and resilience for our digital future
Kaspersky’s Cyber Capacity Building Program is a fresh way of helping businesses, government agencies and academia to understand how to conduct security assessments of all ICT products they use.
Fortinet to train one million people globally - helping close the cybersecurity skills gap
Fortinet has pledged to train one million people to help close the cybersecurity skills gap following the recent White House summit.
DDLS expands into NZ with $17m acquisition of Auldhouse
Australia's largest ICT training provider has acquired its New Zealand counterpart in a deal with $17 million.
Adobe teams up with Go1 to offer corporate learning courses
Adobe Captivate Prime users will be able to access the Go1 content hub, which features more than 70,000 titles from more than 1,000 content partners.
AWS consulting partner CMD Solutions casts talent net with IT training boot camp
AWS consulting partner, CMD Solutions, has launched learnCMD, an intensive employment pathway program for IT professionals to address the talent shortage.
Startup incubator Te Ōhaka holds event showcasing current projects
Ara training institute staff have been invited to Christchurch’s startup hub Te Ōhaka to mix with some of the centre’s current startup projects.
Kaspersky launches new course to defend users against doxing
"Knowing the threats that are out there makes it easier to take measures to avoid them, and one such threat is doxing - the act of gathering and revealing identifying information about someone online against their will."
Fortinet looks to reduces cyber skills gap with Training Advancement Agenda
“Fortinet is committed to solving today’s biggest cyber challenges, including addressing the talent shortage the industry faces, as both a technology company and learning organisation."
AWS launches machine learning training for business leaders
Amazon Web Services has launched free digital training courses in a bid to empower business leaders with machine learning knowledge.
Cybersecurity training may be broken - report
Cybersecurity training during the pandemic have proven to be insufficient.
Microsoft commits to NZ's tech future with free Azure training
NZ's tech capabilities will only succeed if there are skilled people to help operate and manage them.
The Linux Foundation launches open source training program
The new program is designed to introduce open source best practices to management and technical staff within organisations.
NZ small business to access Government digital boost training initiative
“Today we start delivering on the Government’s vision for New Zealand small businesses to be the most digitally-enabled in the world."
Vectra and Baidam to offer cybersecurity scholarships for Indigenous peoples
The companies are partnering to provide First Nations’ peoples with scholarships, a full education and technical skills.
Why you should become Azure certified - and how to do it for less
Did you know an Azure Certification can help you lead digital transformation in your organisation? But's not the only reason to become Azure certified...
Huawei plans to train 150,000 datacom engineers over three years
Huawei recognises the need for new network and architecture requirements as digital transformation and networks develop. As such, the company developed a new set of ‘talent cultivation standards’.
Wintec's 'The Gig' virtual IT firm a melting pot for innovation
‘The Gig’ is essentially a ‘MakerLab’ that is operated virtually as a real IT company, with real clients. The aim is to help students work together to gain hands-on experience running an IT firm.
HPE updates partner programme for -aaS, SMB enablement
The changes to the partner programme include improved RPA for quotes, as-a-service support, and incentives for SMB sales growth.
Huawei accelerates digital transformation in APAC with ICT talent ecosystem
“The foundation of the new ICT industry now consists of Cloud Computing, Big Data, the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence."
Gradient and Ethical AI to take on biased AI algorithms
The non-profit and the consultancy are partnering to work toward ensuring a better future for Australians in a world driven by artificial intelligence.