Receiving guidance from peers to enhance personal growth and being rewarded for hard work are the top considerations Singapore millennials working in the ICT industry look for in their workplace, according to a small survey conducted by the Singapore Computer Society.
Temasek Polytechnic and Cloudera said they would work together to cultivate the next generation of data professionals through the Cloudera Academic Partnership (CAP) programme.
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.
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 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.
Most Singaporeans agree that IT has a greater impact than their own bosses on their daily work lives, yet most IT professionals feel they are only moderately valued by their employers, according to research by SolarWinds.
Singapore's IT personnel are not receiving the right training to best advise their businesses regarding emerging technologies, IT management software provider SolarWinds said, citing the results of a study it conducted.
According to the recent JobStreet.com Job Outlook Report on Malaysia, hiring is expected to slow down for the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2013, although IT professionals and a variety of engineers are still in demand.
Microsoft Malaysia has launched the Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA), in collaboration with its partners and national ICT custodian the Multimedia Development Corporation, which will offer online Microsoft training.
IT management software company SolarWinds has announced its first full-featured free product, SolarWinds Alert Central, which it said was designed to help simplify IT alert management.