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Global Advanced Analytics talent pool will double by 2020, but bottlenecks will persist
The global supply of analytics experts will double from 500,000 people in 2018 to an estimated one million in 2020.
Microsoft offers Government free digital skills training
Upwards of 60 workshops will be offered, aimed at giving staff a vital grounding in cloud technologies, artificial intelligence and other skills.
CompTIA security study finds A/NZ firms should invest more in employee training
“Employees may inadvertently jeopardise data, steal information for a competitor, or sell data or intelligence."
SpectroTech brings Aruba training to local IT professionals
Aruba and SpectroTech have partnered to bring education and training modules to Australian and New Zealand partners and customers.
Top risk facing organisations? Why, it’s an IT talent famine
For some time there has been talk about how the IT industry is crying out for new talent and skills, which a lot of people have glossed over. But now Gartner says it is a harsh reality.
Explained: Reverse mentoring and how you can make it work
Mentors. For generations they’ve been known as senior staff with experience who generally train newer recruits – but that mindset is being turned upside down with the idea of reverse mentoring.
Cohesity’s new and improved partner programme
Includes free training, sales tools, marketing initiatives, incentives, and adds a new service provider route-to-market.
Will virtual reality revolutionise staff training?
"For any company wanting to embark on VR training, it is best to start with a small project."
Palo Alto Networks extends Cyber Range reach through first APAC facility
The Sydney Cyber Range is now the company’s first Asia Pacific Cyber Range facility, and the fourth permanent facility worldwide.
Survey: Datto takes a comprehensive look at the modern MSP
The survey took a sample of roughly 2,300 MSPs worldwide, who were asked about their day-to-day lives and how they approach their businesses.
Singapore & UK Governments commit to building cybersecurity capacity for Commonwealth
Singapore and the United Kingdom have taken their commitment to cybersecurity cooperation and teamwork to a new level this week.
Vault Systems launches secure cloud training academy for Australian govt IT staff
There is now a high level of focus on data protection and secure cloud systems will be critical to government agencies’ digital transformation.
Acronis & Yellow Ribbon Fund provide IT training to Singapore prison inmates
The YRF-Acronis IT Skills Programme, inmates will receive certified IT training and computer skills that will increase their chances of future
DataRobot to help partners bring AI within reach
DataRobot has announced a new partner programme that aims to help resellers make machine learning more accessible.
NBN launches new simulation-based training facilities for telecommunications employees
The facilities will provide training and assessments for more than 2,000 in-field telecommunications workers.
University of Waikato scores 'InfoSec milestone' as NZ's first (ISC)² training provider
“The University of Waikato will be the first (ISC)² OTP in New Zealand, which will be a milestone for the information security community here."
Google Cloud Platform appoints Auldhouse as NZ training partner
Auldhouse now has the only two certified Google Cloud trainers in NZ after meeting the stringent requirements to become an official training provider.
CSU to explore Dark Web's underbelly after unprecedented interest from students
IT Masters and Charles Sturt University (CSU) will plunge headfirst into the Dark Web this year, and it appears IT professionals are curious.
Singapore's MINDEF launches cyber training scheme for national servicemen
Singapore’s Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) is opening its doors to the Singapore Armed Forces as part of a new initiative called Cyber NSF Work-Learn.
Is AI actually the scary monster under the bed?
AI was once feared by all, but it is now giving us the ability to do certain things more efficiently than ever before.
Microsoft preparing displaced Aussies for future in tech
Microsoft has partnered with the government to provide digital skills to workers whose roles were displaced by automotive manufacturing plant closure.
Cybersecurity Masters enrolments up 270% at Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University (CSU), as reported enrolments for its Masters degree in Cyber Security have shot up 270% year-on-year.
Have I Been Pwned creator Troy Hunt to give lesson on security-centric cultures
‘Creating a Security-Centric Culture’ is designed to help CISOs and their teams with insight into the tools and methods needed to fight breaches.
Melbourne's Holmesglen Institute to offer Fortinet Network Security Academy training
"Holmesglen has an impeccable reputation for training excellence, and we hope to continually grow such strong partnerships in the region.”