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  • Big data and mobile highlighting skills shortages

    The skills shortage is being felt acutely by those employers looking for IT staff in large firms and across London and the South as big data, mobile solutions and the need to meet regulations stretch existing resources. The demand for permanent and ... 

  • Phoenix cutting 300 jobs as costs hamper business

    Following a period of trading roughly in-line with the board's expecations, system integrator Phoenix IT Grouphas put a figure to the number of jobs it expects to cut as part of an ongoing restructuring programme, saying thatover 300 back-office and ... 

  • Government called to think again about protecting creditors

    The government's decision to abandon plans to make pre-pack administrations harder to enter into have been criticised for failing to protect creditors and vulnerable suppliers. The dreaded phoenix arrangement, where a firm goes bust but has already ... 

  • Demand for IT jobs set to grow

    The demand for IT jobs is not expected to slow down this year as the demand for skilled staff continues to be a priority for recruiters looking to fill gaps in headcount. Last year saw the jobs market for IT specialists holding up and in some areas ... 

  • Dunn takes HP role at Azlan

    Azlan continues to shuffle its management pack promoting Nigel Dunn to run its HP business unit covering the vendors servers, networking and storage product lines. Dunn is a long serving staffer at Tech Data with a spell as general manager of Azlan'... 

  • Ingram CEO Spierkel calls it a day, shows channel the Monie

    Ingram Micro CEO Greg Spierkel has announced his retirement from the role, with the reins of power to be passed to current COO Alan Monie. Spierkel has been with the broadliner since 1997, and ran APAC and EMEA for a spell before becoming corporate p... 

  • Teaching of computer skills to be revised with industry input

    The computer industry is going to have an input into shaping the technology skills that school children pick up in the future as the current teaching programme of ICT gets scrapped. The Education Secretary Michael Gove will announce that it is repla... 

  • Computer skills climbing on government agenda

    The government minister for culture, communications and the creative industry has revealed that learning computer skills is something that the public needs to improve on if they are to exploit changes in the digital world. In an interview in The Gua... 

  • Steria keeping eye on wage bill as staff walk out

    Steria has set out its position over a pay dispute with staff revealing that it cannot add to its wages bill in the current economic climate. The IT services company has run into a dispute with Unite and some of its workers have started a 24 hour wa... 

  • Lack of skilled staff holding back SME growth

    The lack of skills have again been highlighted as a problem holding back growth in the economy. Recent calls from some household names, including Google and Microsoft, to try and address the problems with technology teaching put the skills shortage ...