A new cyber security bootcamp has been created to train graduates into experts within eight weeks
One million Micro Bits will be handed out to boost computing curriculum
South Korean vendor to kit out Manchester computer coding centre with laptops
Civica conference findings suggest experience in new technologies is key to successful career as CIO.
Miliband scorns Cameron’s efforts to fill skills gap as he talks up his own IT jobs strategy.
London conference speaks of need for new approach to IT teaching.
BT is supporting the government’s apprenticeship goals, providing 560 IT apprenticeships as part of a new initiative.
Big Issue's social investment arm hails discovery of 11 early-stage tech ventures.
The number of students sitting full-course exam rises, but A*-to-C grade attainment drops.
Oracle claims teachers are preparing for the forthcoming IT curriculum overhaul by swotting up on Java programming.
Independent report into IT system reveals staff training and support issues.
Mobile operator sets out corporate social responsibilities in new report.
Suite of products will deliver staff training and alert supervisors to risky behaviour.
We’re heading for another skills shortage if we don’t start meeting demand with supply for Big Data talent, IBM has warned.
Twelve step course will teach students how to build an operating system for £29 computer.
However, results day figures reveal small dip in percentage of students bagging top grades in ICT.
IT salaries are on the rise, but not yet enough to outpace inflation.
New initiative is designed to increase cloud-savvy skills base.
Gaming isn't necessarily as counter-productive to business results as you might thing, author and ARG developer Jane McGonigal claimed at this week's IBM Impact event in Las Vegas.
Games development and computer science need to be added to curriculum, say industry executives.
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