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Global IT leaders blame transformation initiatives for outages

Global IT leaders blame transformation initiatives for outages

Almost two thirds of global IT leaders have blamed their own transformation initiatives for outages and brownouts. This information was found in the IT Downtime Detection and Migration Report from LogicMonitor, which blamed initiatives such as cloud and artificial intelligence for taking their organisations offline. Approximately 300 global IT leaders were surveyed, …

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Growth in UK tech sector threatened by skills shortages

Growth in UK tech sector threatened by skills shortages

The Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey has revealed that the UK’s tech sector is suffering from its highest skills shortages in more than a decade. According to the data, which is the largest IT leadership survey in the world, 64% of tech sector CIOs say that they are experiencing a shortfall …

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ISE Pulse Survey 2020 reveals state of entry-level jobs market

ISE Pulse Survey 2020 reveals state of entry-level jobs market

The Institute of Student Employer’s (ISE) Pulse Survey 2020 reports that the entry-level jobs market is set to remain stagnant this year. Only public sector and charity employers are planning to increase vacancies substantially, according to the ISE Pulse Survey 2020. Graduate recruitment has slowed to its worst growth rate …

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London job growth has increased despite Brexit uncertainty

London job growth has increased despite Brexit uncertainty

New research from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) has revealed job growth in London is thriving, despite ongoing Brexit uncertainties. The data found that employment in London is, contrary to opinion, showing no signs of slowing up, despite the Brexit deadline of 31 October looming. Statistics from APSCo …

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