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ISACA to lead cybersecurity training program in Malaysia
Malaysia’s Digital Economic Corporation (MDEC) will be working with global technology association ISACA to roll out security training programs.
Kiwis confident about job prospects, employers need to sharpen up
Respondents listed developing new skills (42%) and achieving better work-life balance (36%) as the top two reasons why they are most likely to switch
Security firm Cyber Toa launches virtual CISO for Kiwi businesses
Wellington-based security company Cyber Toa launched the virtual CISO last week to help Kiwi businesses battle the torrent of cyber threats.
LinkedIn launches online learning platform to tackle 'ever-shrinking shelf-life of skills'
LinkedIn is hoping to make it easier for businesses and professionals to boost their professional skills, with the launch of LinkedIn Learning.
CompTIA survey uncovers top 7 IT employability skills in the channel
IT skills in the channel are more important than ever to understand and keep ahead of the industry's shape and direction.
Businesses are recognising the power of upskilling
Online learning is quickly becoming the primary means of upskilling, providing measurable value to businesses and their tech pros.
Wellington girls college backs 21st century learning
“Complementing existing facilities the Learning Studios and iCentre are a wonderful resource in preparing our young women for work and life."
The IT security skills gap is affecting everyone, especially the channel
"Overall, 86% of attendees at the meetings said that some degree of security skills gap existed in their organisation."
Warehouse Stationery looks to keep handwriting alive in digital world
“The Get New Zealand Writing initiative is a fun way to focus on the importance of writing in a child’s life."
Lack of security and skills halting adoption of hybrid IT
“In short, IT is everywhere. Effectively managing and monitoring the new environment is more critical now than ever.”