Salaries for IT professionals jumped that high, with day rates also jumping three per cent year-on-year, says a news study.
A survey by Cloudamour found that CEOs and MDs are behind a movement that is seeing more companies move to the cloud with 81 per cent now using cloud services in some way.
No matter what their organisation's definition of the cloud, users need to select infrastructure providers able to make it usable to the everyday business while addressing data sovereignty issues.
A new report from Spiceworks has revealed that businesses are spending IT budget on new tech to manage the likes of BYOD, rather than employing new staff members.
Tim Cook asks his sexuality not become an unnecessary focus for media attention.
A new report has recommended that councils take on IT apprentices to fight the gap created by talent being drawn away into the private sector.
Just 4.2% of senior public sector staff view their CIO and CTO as the drivers of change within their organisation, according to new research.
A public sector payments specialist has claimed that local government has a responsibility to offer the widest possible range of payment options if it is to successfully collect all council tax.
“Most public cloud providers offering VM-based cloud services are charging customers for capacity that they aren’t even using." Discuss.
Ark Schools, a Trust that built a network of academies offering high quality education to children, has chosen tech firm Civica for a five-year £17m IT contract.
The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) has revealed that staff working on providing pensions for the UK's Armed Forces are to strike for five days starting today.
The UK financial sector is set to increase its IT spend in 2014, with a third of firms in the industry stating this as their intention in a new survey.
The BBC has announced that a £150m budget gap in its licence fee incomes will lead to 1000 jobs cuts.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, claims more politicians need to have coding abilities to effectively legislate on technology.
Charles Ewen, IT director at the Met Office, has claimed the term Big Data is often misleading, as it most often applies to information rather than data.
CV-Library, an independent job site, says there were a total of 893 IT jobs for tech graduates in January alone.
The group has put forward a list of five different principles that companies should follow to make sure that they are user centric going forward.
BYOA is a growing phenomenon, much like BYOD – except IT pros don’t realise the extent to which staff are using their own apps in the workplace.
Suddenly everyone is at it. Want to connect with the world’s professionals on LinkedIn? You can use your Facebook account to log in if you choose. It’s called "bring your own identity".
BT Cornwall has been fined of £100,000 following reports that the state of IT delivery at Cornwall Council had been “generally downward” since the telecoms provider took over.