Training news stories
Fortinet training edges toward closing cybersecurity gap
The Fortinet Training Institute has made significant progress in closing the cybersecurity skills gap, on track to train one million people by 2026.
HubSpot launches 'The Great Upskill' week to inspire learning
Brands across APAC including Google ANZ, MessageMedia, Meltwater, Seismic and Aircall, will give their employees a full workday to dedicate to upskilling.
Training & certification: It's time for leaders to loosen the purse strings
Here we explore reasons that companies can benefit from investing in staff training and certification as well as ways to persuade leadership teams to invest.
HPE announces new AI development and machine learning solutions
HPE has announced a variety of new solutions to help create better business and data outcomes for enterprises.
Cybersecurity skills shortage causing headaches for industry
The shortage has multiple challenges and repercussions for organisations, including the occurrence of security breaches and subsequently loss of money.
Fortinet launches security awareness and training service
Fortinet has launched a new security awareness and training service to enhance workforce cyber awareness and mitigate threats.
Accelerated UK expansion for ANZ tech companies
The UK Government is working with Australian and New Zealand national and state governments to take a delegation of tech scaleups for London Tech Week.
Secure Code Warrior survey highlights attitudes towards coding security
According to a new survey from Secure Code Warrior, only 29% of developers believe that writing vulnerability-free code should be prioritised.
Blockchain Diploma a breakthrough for TAFE
TAFE Queensland has been approved with JobTrainer funding for Australia's first Diploma of Applied Blockchain.
Free security training from the Open Source Security Foundation
A free training course on developing secure software from the Open Source Security Foundation is now available.
MTX Group expands presence and tech skills training in A/NZ
Global technology consulting firm MTX Group has announced its expansion across Australia and into New Zealand as it invests in the Asia Pacific region.
AWS reports NZ's urgent need for digital skills training
One million more New Zealand workers will require digital skills training for their jobs in the next year, according to new research.
AWS launches space and sustainability accelerator programs
Amazon Web Services has announced the launch of two global accelerator programs to help startups address challenges in healthcare, space, and sustainability.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from Secure Code Warrior
Secure Code Warrior is a security company that helps train developers to write more secure code, and Pieter Danhieux joins us to discuss what the company does and what they have been working on in the security space.
H2O.ai democratises deep learning with H2O Hydrogen Torch
H2O.ai announces H2O Hydrogen Torch, a deep learning training engine that makes it easy to make no-code image, video and natural language processing models.
Pluralsight and Go1 bring top tech education to more
Together, the companies state they will deliver a curated content experience designed to help Go1 customers learn in-demand technology skills.
Squirro launches no-code machine learning training programme
Squirro is launching a series of live machine learning training sessions for non-technical business employees and business analysts.
The coaching platform that's worked with Coca Cola, Lacoste and European Bank acquires Klaiton
CoachHub has acquired the coaching division of market leader Klaiton, consolidating its position in digital coaching.
The Linux Foundation makes record progress in addressing talent shortages
The Linux Foundation summarises the progress made in 2021 towards its goal of ensuring anyone can start an open-source technology career.
Phishing emails in Q421 focused on everyday tasks - research
Phishing emails in the last quarter of 2021 were primarily focused on users' everyday tasks, new research has found.
Analysis: AI the way of the future for modern contact centres
According to a new analysis from NICE, AI technology is going to be the future of the modern contact centre.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams — A chat with Gary Gruver
Today we speak to Gary Gruver, a seasoned executive, author, and keynote speaker well-versed in agile and DevOps.
Building a robust digital talent model by upskilling, reskilling and hiring for hybrid jobs
In the wake of declining international students and a shortage of locals taking up tech-related qualifications, Australia is facing an industry talent drought.
Small Business / SMB
40,000 NZ small businesses reap rewards of Digital Boost programme
The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE)’s Digital Boost programme has now attracted more than 40,000 New Zealand businesses.