Antivirus creator John McAfee found dead in Spanish prison
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Antivirus creator John McAfee found dead in Spanish prison

The software pioneer was awaiting extradition to the US on charges of tax evasion
24 Jun 2021
Intel data centre boss exits as CEO plots major shake-up
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Intel data centre boss exits as CEO plots major shake-up

The move is part of a major restructure at the firm which involves the creation of two new business units
23 Jun 2021
Google shuts down London Campus for startups
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Google shuts down London Campus for startups

The tech giant will still offer support for the UK's startup ecosystem, but it will no longer have a physical hub in the capital
21 Jun 2021
7 UX skills every designer should have
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7 UX skills every designer should have

It takes a lot more than just impeccable design skills to attract visitors to a website
18 Jun 2021
Microsoft's Nadella now holds dual role of CEO and chairman
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Microsoft's Nadella now holds dual role of CEO and chairman

It's the first time the same executive has held both roles since co-founder Bill Gates stepped down in 2014
17 Jun 2021
How Edinburgh Napier University mastered e-learning during the pandemic
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How Edinburgh Napier University mastered e-learning during the pandemic

Iain Russell, head of infrastructure at Edinburgh Napier University, speaks to IT Pro 20/20
16 Jun 2021
The ultimate guide to IT internships
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The ultimate guide to IT internships

Where to find them, how to ace the interview and what comes after
11 Jun 2021
IT Pro News in Review: Massive internet outage, Colonial Pipeline recovers ransom, UK can’t fill digital jobs
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IT Pro News in Review: Massive internet outage, Colonial Pipeline recovers ransom, UK can’t fill digital jobs

Catch up on the biggest stories of the week in just 2 minutes
11 Jun 2021
The IT Pro Podcast: Soft skills vs STEM skills
The IT Pro Podcast: Soft skills vs STEM skills
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The IT Pro Podcast: Soft skills vs STEM skills

The UK’s level of ‘soft skills’ is dropping - so what can we do about it?
11 Jun 2021
The ultimate guide to nailing your IT interview
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The ultimate guide to nailing your IT interview

Use this guide to ace your next interview and land a job in IT
9 Jun 2021
Female enrolment in STEM courses increased to 46% in 2020
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Female enrolment in STEM courses increased to 46% in 2020

The most popular courses included computer science, programming, and machine learning
9 Jun 2021
Salesforce expects at least half of employees to continue working remotely
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Salesforce expects at least half of employees to continue working remotely

Just 20% of the CRM provider's employees worked from home prior to the pandemic
8 Jun 2021
UK gov's digital skills failure costing £6bn in lost GDP per year
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UK gov's digital skills failure costing £6bn in lost GDP per year

Tech execs demand public subsidies to encourage investment, while the skills minister expresses ‘surprise’ at the widening crisis
8 Jun 2021
Best paying tech jobs of 2021
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Best paying tech jobs of 2021

Find out what tech roles are the most lucrative this year
7 Jun 2021
Millions behind on paying broadband bills in UK
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Millions behind on paying broadband bills in UK

Citizens Advice is urging the government to ensure low-cost broadband is available to those on low incomes
4 Jun 2021
With AI on the rise, is it time to join a union?
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With AI on the rise, is it time to join a union?

Workplace challenges posed by new technology could be answered by very traditional solutions
4 Jun 2021
Post-pandemic tech jobs
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Post-pandemic tech jobs

How has the pandemic changed the tech jobs landscape, and which tech jobs will be in demand throughout 2021?
1 Jun 2021
Education is needed to end apprenticeship stigma, says BCS
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Education is needed to end apprenticeship stigma, says BCS

Only 4% of those surveyed by UCAS associate the word ‘prestigious’ with an apprenticeship
28 May 2021
Google extends online courses to UK job seekers
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Google extends online courses to UK job seekers

These Career Certificates include courses in IT support, project management, and UX design
26 May 2021
IBM collaborates with Indian universities on quantum research
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IBM collaborates with Indian universities on quantum research

The company wants to grow a “quantum-ready workforce” in the country by offering its systems to 11 educational institutions
25 May 2021
UK the 'most digitally advanced country in Europe'
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UK the 'most digitally advanced country in Europe'

However, McKinsey expects the use of digital services to fall as data-conscious Brits return to physical channels
24 May 2021
New South Wales wants to become world leader in cyber security
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New South Wales wants to become world leader in cyber security

The state's cyber security strategy includes a placement programme to help bridge the digital skills gap
20 May 2021
New Zealand allocates millions to technology-led economic recovery
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New Zealand allocates millions to technology-led economic recovery

The new budget includes support for small business skills and a digital transformation drive across its health sector
20 May 2021