Jobs outlook good for IT pros, salaries likely to rise: report

With surveys showing increasing jobs demand for IT professionals there’s also expected to be an uplift in salaries across the sector despite salaries in most Australian states being flat over recent months.

IT job demand on the increase as tech budgets expand: survey

The Australian IT industry is at its most buoyant this century, as demand for staff continues to strengthen and IT budgets are expanding, according to a newly published report.

Colin Garro, MailGuard

Global email security firm MailGuard has appointed former Red Hat sales director Colin Garro to the newly created role of global Director Sales & Channel.

Stuart Stoyan, chair Fintech Australia

The founder and chief executive of marketplace lender MoneyPlace, Stuart Stoyan, has been appointed as the new chair of Fintech Australia to replace the founding chair, Simon Cant, who is stepping down.

Singtel recruits new head for cyber security business

Telecommunications company Singtel has appointed Arthur "Art" Wong as chief executive of Global Cyber Security, a new position. Wong will report to Group Enterprise chief executive Bill Chang.

Tech employees lacking in needed soft skills: survey

Soft skills, such as communication, collaboration, conflict resolution, and leadership, are seen to be important when it comes to hiring, but technology workers are lagging behind, a survey claims.

Satyarth Mishra, Covata

Data protection software solutions company Covata has appointed former Accenture senior executive Satyarth Mishra as vice-president of Sales, with responsibility for the Asia Pacific and Middle East and Africa regions.

Education seen as key to meeting security skills demand, say CIOs

Cyber security is the functional area where it is the most difficult to source skilled job candidates for the IT sector, with chief information officers identifying security as the area most in need of focus by IT education providers.

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