Right at this moment, the data sector is changing rapidly and these changes are impacting both business and IT. But are local companies ready for this level of change yet? It is clear that, in order to gain better value from data in the future, there is often a level of housekeeping that organisations should be addressing first.
Preparing your business for the end of financial year can be daunting. Do you have the finance team you need? Will your team have the resources to cope with the EOFY pressure? If not, now is the time to get a temp up-to-speed early to pick up the slack and support your team this EOFY.
Christine Hubble and her team at Marshall McAdam created Women & Leadership, an exclusive group designed to bring together women of influence in the Melbourne tech sector and gain insights into each other's journeys and challenges.
The days are getting longer and the weather is warming up. Everyone in the office is talking about their Christmas holiday plans. The year is almost over! There’s no need to think about recruiting staff now … or is there?
Architecture is one of the fastest growing fields in the technology jobs market. It has a broad reach and working closely with the CIO it influences decisions regarding current technologies and future investment.
Are you a senior finance professional thinking about your next career move? Experienced executive recruiter, Gavin McDonald, shares his insights on what it takes to get promoted to the top job.
Working for an ASX-listed company is a good career ambition, especially since these companies have begun to pay attention to the profitable business of ensuring a diverse workplace.
When we sit down with a senior professional to talk about the next step in their career we know that conversation is a big deal and we respect their situation.
Did you know your brain can be your worst enemy when making crucial hiring decisions? Our Sydney Director, Tim Hutchinson, outlines some common biases that stop organisations from selecting the best candidate and highlights strategies to overcome them.
CIO’s increasingly having a voice in future business strategy, often tasked with bringing together fragmented programs across security, innovation, digital, cloud, managed services, data and development; into one coherent vision.