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.
Tech leaders from Ministry of Justice, UK Parliament, London and more join Tech Monitor and New Statesman’s virtual forum on public sector technology.
Hexaware is looking to make some 10,000 experienced hires in 2021. Hexaware’s Senthil Nayagam reflects on a rapidly changing recruitment landscape – and efforts his company is making to be an employer of choice.
Automated application processes are increasingly common, but are discriminating against a large group of potential employees, new research finds.
Charities have made marked improvements in their digital skills, but there is still work for the sector to do.