Job losses due to automation in Europe's leading economies will be offset by a shrinking working-age population and new digital and green jobs, IT analyst Forrester predicts.
Employers expect to make up for pandemic-driven hiring freezes this year, according to a new global survey, but will struggle to fill new roles.
Alexander Hillman, SVP and head of banking and financial services at WNS, discusses how financial institutions can plug the sector's tech skills gap through training, partnerships, and acquisitions.
M&S's BEAM Academy helps develop, attract and retain the data talent needed for digital transformation, explains head of enterprise data Suzanne Howse. Last week, it took it to the next level.
The IT services giant's massive recruitment drive has been billed as a way to address the UK's tech skills shortage. But is it merely adding to the problem?
A new approach is required to cybersecurity training, experts believe. Gamification techniques could help make courses more engaging.
More than 73 million developers across the globe are now using the code-sharing platform.
The tech skills shortage is worse than ever. For CIOs, retraining existing staff and trying to retain the most promising talent could be a solution.
The Chancellor has pledged to boost skills funding in this week's budget. But will the cash be targeted at the right areas?
To defend against a barrage of cybersecurity threats, organisations should constantly update their skills base, argues guest author Graham Hunter, VP of skills at CompTIA.
Darktrace’s Brianna Leddy, discusses why CISOs must recruit from a range of backgrounds and skillsets to create a more dynamic security function.