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How to Handle the IT Skills Shortage: Architect Your People

IT and technology are always going to be moving targets. The pace at which change takes place is furious compared to most industries. Technologies evolve and business objectives change. As a result, the skills required to get the job done must change, too. Finding perfect people who meet a laundry list of qualifications is a dubious task. » zum Artikel

BYOD IT Skills in High Demand

If you think BYOD is more media hype than reality, think again. The mega trend is making a very real impact on IT jobs. Tech job positions in highest demand are those associated with BYOD, according to results of a recent salary survey from Janco Associates. » zum Artikel

IT Skills Gap Is Really an Education Gap

The skills gap, as we discussed in the first installment of this series, is a controversial topic. But some, like Adam Davidson, founder of National Public Radio's "Planet Money" program, claim the term is misnamed. For him, a skills gap is really an "education gap." » zum Artikel

8 hot IT skills for 2014

When it comes to overall job prospects for IT professionals, 2014 will look a lot like this year, with 32% of companies expecting to increase head count in their IT shops, compared with 33% in 2013, according to Computerworld's annual Forecast survey. » zum Artikel

Diese IT-Skills suchen Unternehmen

Qualifikationen und Gehälter: Diese IT-Skills suchen Unternehmen (Foto: alphaspirit - Fotolia.com)
Qualifikationen und Gehälter: Absolventen sollten sich mit Datenbanken und Java auskennen. Eine Staufenbiel-Studie berichtet über Qualifikationen, Abschlüsse und den Arbeitsmarkt für ITler. » zum Artikel
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    Andrea König lebt als freie Journalistin in Hamburg. Arbeiten von ihr wurden unter anderem in der Süddeutschen Zeitung und im Focus veröffentlicht, seit 2008 schreibt sie auch für CIO. Die Schwerpunkte Ihrer Arbeit für die Redaktion sind Themen rund um Karriere, soziale Netzwerke, die Zukunft der Arbeit und Buchtipps für Manager.

IT skills in hot demand, particularly in the Cloud and Big Data sectors

Despite the threat of rising unemployment figures, the IT industry itself has remained remarkably resilient. However, there is a serious shortage of niche skills particularly in high demand areas such as Cloud computing, Big Data and app development. But the demand is not consistent in every geography according to Hudson global resources IT&T practice manager, Martin Retschko. » zum Artikel

Career advice: The most promising IT skills right now

Vince Campisi, CIO and 'lean leader' at GE Intelligent Platforms Ask a Premier 100 IT Leader Vince Campisi Title: CIOCompany: GE Intelligent Platforms » zum Artikel

IT skills shouldn't be just be available to 'lucky few', says EC

European schools need more support in providing ICT education, with investment in teacher training required to boost digital skill levels. » zum Artikel

Modest economic growth signals demand for IT skills: Peoplebank

Overall demand for ICT skills experienced a 'reasonably sound' level during the first quarter of 2013, according to the Peoplebank Salary Index. » zum Artikel

How to Bridge the Gap Between HR and IT

Ask your HR director to hire five new IT analysts skilled in hypervisor and server virtualization infrastructure and you'll likely get a quizzical look back. The fact is that technology in the workplace is advancing too fast for HR professionals (and really any non-IT personnel) to keep up with. » zum Artikel

Barclays CEO: Coding skills key to boosting UK youth employment

Teaching computer coding skills to UK school children will be key to solving youth employment and enabling future economic growth, according to Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins. » zum Artikel

CIOs spell out IT priorities but most say they lack resources

Only 10 percent of "digital leaders" feel their organisation has enough resources to address the management issues and IT trends that their company has prioritised, according to the annual digital leaders survey from BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT. » zum Artikel

Business groups see IT shops as roadblocks to data analytics projects

Business groups in a growing number of companies appear to be plowing ahead on data analytics projects with little input or help from their own IT organizations. » zum Artikel

Not-for-profits team to offer computers and training to poor nations

Two not-for-profit organisations have agreed to work together to deliver computers and training to even more students in developing countries. » zum Artikel

Labour leader Ed Milliband confirms IT apprenticeship move

Labour Party leader Ed Miliband has called for big IT companies to hire a UK apprentice for every non-EU IT worker they hire here, in an attempt to tackle the country's IT skills shortage. » zum Artikel

Ocado to increase IT investment by 77% this year

Ocado is planning to increase its IT spend by 77 percent in 2014 to £25 million. » zum Artikel

BAE Systems seeks 120 graduates for cyber security business

BAE Systems is seeking to recruit 120 IT graduates to bolster its cyber security arm and address the increased threat of online crime faced by UK businesses. » zum Artikel

Big data, mobile and security make up salary hot spots this year

The biggest salary increases for IT professionals are for roles in big data analytics, ecommerce and mobile and IT security, according to the Robert Half 'Technology 2014 Salary Guide'. » zum Artikel

Telecoms jobs grow while cloud workers in finance get £1,000 a day

The investment being made across the country in broadband infrastructure continues to provide opportunities for the telecoms and media sector, and has helped deliver another quarter of increased job placement intentions among employers, according to recruitment firm ManpowerGroup. » zum Artikel

Software developers community pledges to boost ICT teachers' skills

Tech start-up Skills Matter has pledged to help equip teachers to teach the new, rigorous computing curriculum that will be coming into force next September. » zum Artikel

7 IT security skills certifications on the rise

A number of IT security skills certifications requiring candidates to pass exams have sharply gained in terms of demand and pay value, according to a new Foote Partners report. » zum Artikel

Microsoft launches Apprentice of the Year competition

Microsoft has launched its 2013 Apprentice of the Year competition, as part of its commitment to help 300,000 British 16-24 year olds into work over the next three years through its Get On programme. » zum Artikel

How to Avoid 5 IT Career Missteps

1. Don't Stop Networking » zum Artikel

5 Hybrid IT Roles Your Business Needs to Succeed in 2014

It's clear that the 2014 corporate agenda will be dominated by the integration of big data analytics, cloud computing, mobile technology, and social media into the enterprise. But the focus must not be on the technologies themselves. Everyone has access to the same systems and tools. The differentiator will not be the technology itself, but the business value it delivers -- or doesn't. » zum Artikel

Welsh Government invests £1.4m in ICT skills

The Welsh Government is investing more than £1.4 million in skills programmes to address the current and future skills demands of the ICT sector in Wales. » zum Artikel

11 Tips for Working With IT Recruiters

IT is, by its nature, a technical, fast-paced and many times specialized industry. The necessary skills for career advancement are constantly evolving. With legacy systems, changing business goals and the constant march of new technology, companies are hard-pressed to find the necessary talent to keep their organization growing. » zum Artikel

IT pros the 'new force' powering the UK economy says report

A report from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills says IT specialists are "the new force" powering the UK economy, but that skill gaps remain. » zum Artikel

Shortage in NBN apartment cablers: recruiter

A recruitment firm for the National Broadband Network (NBN) said there is a shortage of cablers to connect apartments to the network. » zum Artikel

EU teachers need more IT training, report says

The latest European Union survey of ICT in schools has found that 20 percent of secondary students have never or almost never used a computer in school. » zum Artikel

Consumers still reluctant to spend on mobile security, says Gartner

Consumers are reluctant to buy mobile antivirus software and this could leave security vendors unable to generate revenues from the BYOD trend with an economic headache, Gartner has predicted. » zum Artikel


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IT and technology are always going to be moving targets. The pace at which change takes place is furious compared to most industries. Technologies evolve and business objectives change. As a result, the skills required to get the job done must change, too. Finding perfect people who meet a laundry list of qualifications is a dubious task.
If you think BYOD is more media hype than reality, think again. The mega trend is making a very real impact on IT jobs. Tech job positions in highest demand are those associated with BYOD, according to results of a recent salary survey from Janco Associates.
The skills gap, as we discussed in the first installment of this series, is a controversial topic. But some, like Adam Davidson, founder of National Public Radio's "Planet Money" program, claim the term is misnamed. For him, a skills gap is really an "education gap."