One in two ICT professionals in Singapore feel the need to equip themselves with additional skills to compete in the fast-paced ICT sector, according to the Singapore Computer Society’s annual Infocomm Media Industry Survey.
Overall online hiring within the South-East Asian IT, Telecom/ ISP and BPO/ITES sectors continue to witness moderate growth in April, in spite of the falling demand for Software, Hardware and Telecom professionals, according to online recruitment firm Monster.com.
IT teams can ride through the digital revolution if they rethink traditional organisations and put customers first, invest in training and development, and embrace emerging technologies wholeheartedly, writes Jonas Lim of Salesforce.
The rise of e-commerce and the digital economy, as well as modern technology, healthcare and insurance companies, in the past year will mark Indonesia’s talent war in 2016.
The online hiring activity of IT and BPO professionals has declined year-over-year across Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines, according to the Monster Employment Index (MEI) for November.
The Philippines is still leading the way for online hiring activity across the IT, telecom/ ISP and BPO/ ITES sectors, compared with the Singaporean and Malaysian markets, according to the latest Monster Employment Index (MEI) data.
Indonesian President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo is heading to the US and of course, Silicon Valley, next week. DNA founder Karamjit Singh shares why that is going to be a big boost to the Indonesian digital economy.
The hiring outlook for the IT sector will be buoyant in South-East Asia over the next 12 months, according to the recent Michael Page Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia 2015/ 16 CIO Viewpoint report.
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) and New York-headquartered education startup General Assembly (GA) have announced a partnership to offer what they describe as a “career accelerator” into the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry.
Traditional companies need to urgently reinvent their business models by adopting the ‘Innovate to Zero’ concept or risk becoming irrelevant in the market, Frost & Sullivan senior partner Manoj Menon told the What’s Next conference in Cyberjaya.