Philip Peters, who heads up an organisation specialising in prepping students for workplace training, has some strong views on what's going wrong with our education system. Is he right?
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has claimed that cyber security is one of six fast-growing industries in the UK with the potential to significantly boost the economy.
The CEO of digital skills charity Go ON UK wants to see more partnerships and collaborations that aim to tackle digital exclusion in the UK.
The new (ISC)² Global Information Security Workforce Study has been published, and has found that the so-called skills gap is still plaguing IT security.
All looking good - but Fiona Twycross AM, Chair of the London Assembly Economy Committee, says there are definitely issues that need to be addressed to maintain the capital's positive tech momentum.
For Bart Kuyper, managing partner at Daxx, tech business owners need to tackle their talent acquisition problems now.
Tech in London is booming, says Fiona Twycross, Chair of the London Assembly Economy Committee. But that doesn't mean we don't have a lot more to do...
For Carlos López Blanco, Director Public Affairs & Regulation, Telefónica, there can't be the one without the other.
Kevin Young, Vice President and General Manager, EMEA at e-skills leader Skillsoft, says the onus is on the employer to sort this out.
Keith Tilley, EVP of Global Sales & Customer Services Management at Sungard Availability Services, provides something that will definitely sober you up Jan 4th - a list of all the real challenges 2016's going to provide us. But Happy New Year anyway! :)
Maybe we should look more into our lack of visibility into what IT knowledge the market will need in the immediate future than talk vaguely of skills 'gaps'?
Kuato's director of learning and managing director, David Miller and Mark Horneff, explain how the UK can take full benefit of the technological job explosion.