Top IT Skills Trends in the UK for 2024

Discover the most in-demand tech jobs and skills in the U.K, as well as the highest paying IT job. An expert offers insight into the outlook for IT jobs in the U.K. in 2024 and beyond.

By |2024-02-15T17:36:46+00:00February 15, 2024|ai jobs, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud, cloud computing, cloud jobs, CXO, it jobs, it skills, soft skills, Tech & Work, tech jobs, tech skills, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on Top IT Skills Trends in the UK for 2024

How AWS Responded to the Generative AI Wave of 2023 (and What IT Pros Should Expect in 2024)

After a big year for AI in Australia and New Zealand in 2023, AWS’s Rada Stanic and Louise Stigwood reflect on innovations made to support generative AI and predict it will continue to be a focus into 2024.

By |2024-01-10T16:27:49+00:00January 10, 2024|2024 trends, ai, Artificial Intelligence, Australia, AWS, Cloud, cloud computing, genai, generative ai, Innovation, International, re:invent, technology profession, Uncategorized|Comments Off on How AWS Responded to the Generative AI Wave of 2023 (and What IT Pros Should Expect in 2024)

Rimini Street is Challenging ERP Software Business Models in Australia

Since 2005, Rimini Street has grown by offering ERP customers the choice to extend the life of their products or access support at discounted rates, CEO Seth Ravin tells TechRepublic.

By |2023-12-01T16:23:49+00:00December 1, 2023|Australia, Cloud, cloud computing, cloud cost management, CXO, enterprise resource management, erp, International, oracle, rimini street, sap, seth ravi, support, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Rimini Street is Challenging ERP Software Business Models in Australia

Gartner: By 2028, 70% of Workloads Will Run in a Cloud Computing Environment

According to Gartner, the next wave of cloud computing will see even more complicated workloads migrated over, plus new options and requirements for cloud customers.

By |2023-11-29T15:38:52+00:00November 29, 2023|Cloud, cloud computing, cloud resilience, cloud security, cloud spending, CXO, cybersecurity, Data Centers, digital sovereignty, gartner, tech budgets, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Gartner: By 2028, 70% of Workloads Will Run in a Cloud Computing Environment

Amazon Launches New Generative AI Training Courses for Free

The 'AI Ready' initiative offers online classes for developers and other technical professionals as well as for high school and university students.

Everything You Need to Know About Microsoft’s New $5 Billion Investment in Australia

Microsoft plans to more than double its cloud computing capacity in Australia over the next two years and expand its support for critical national cyber security and technology skills priorities.

By |2023-10-26T16:02:47+00:00October 26, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, Australia, australian government, Cloud, cloud computing, cloud security, critical infrastructure, cyber security, cybersecurity, Data Centers, International, it skills, Microsoft, Security, skills, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Everything You Need to Know About Microsoft’s New $5 Billion Investment in Australia

Google Cloud vs. AWS Comparison: Which Is Best in 2023?

Stuck with making a choice between AWS and Google Cloud? Here is a round-up of both platforms and factors that should inform your decision.

Google Cloud Platform: What Is It, and Should You Use It?

This guide covers the Google Cloud Platform, its pros and cons and everything a business needs to know about its portfolio.

Leading CISO Wants More Security Proactivity in Australian Businesses to Avoid Attack ‘Surprises’

Rapid7’s Jaya Baloo says a deficit in Australian organisational IT asset and vulnerability understanding is helping threat actors, and this is being exacerbated by fast growth in multicloud environments.

By |2023-10-18T09:15:43+00:00October 18, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, Australia, Cloud, cloud computing, cloud security, CXO, cybersecurity, cybersecurity threats, International, multicloud security, quantum computing, rapid7, Security, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Leading CISO Wants More Security Proactivity in Australian Businesses to Avoid Attack ‘Surprises’
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