Sarah-Jane Peterschlingmann elected as Vice Chair of ACS Queensland BEC
ATech's Sarah-Jane Peterschlingmann elected as Vice Chair of the Australian Computer Society Queensland BEC for 2024/2025.
ACS warns of looming tech skills crisis in Australian workforce
The ACS warns of an impending skills crisis in Australia, with 95% of the workforce needing reskilling as AI reshapes roles.
ACS and Zenva join forces to boost Australia’s IT skills
ACS has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the online training platform, Zenva, to boost Australia’s IT skills.
Time for Australian technology law overhaul - ACS
ACS welcomes calls for revising privacy and cybersecurity laws in Australia, aiming to modernise the legal frameworks in the technology sector.
Australia's technology jobs boom continues - report
Australian tech job numbers continue to grow, with over 1.2 million people expected to be working in the sector by 2027.
ACS encourages federal leaders to think bigger around tech jobs
Australian tech industry targets aren't ambitious enough, says ACS, calling for greater visionary thinking from leaders.
ACS appoints Siobhan Casey as director of Scale Up and Innovation Labs
Casey joins the company’s Sydney office from a background including board advisor and COO of fintech startup HashChing, as well as 20 years’ experience in fintech and FMCG.
ACS says Federal Budget is promising, but still lacking
Following the announcement of Australia’s 2019 Federal Budget, as you would expect there have been mixed reactions, but ACS says there is progress.
Automation is causing an ICT job boom in Victoria
Victoria's ICT workforce set to grow by 2.5% in the next five years, according to the 2018 ACS Australia's Digital Pulse report.
Australia in a digital boom with 40,000 more tech jobs over the last two years
A new report has revealed without skilled ICT labour Australia will stagnate - 81,000 new ICT professionals are needed by 2022 to fuel future growth.
Start-ups, FinTech & broadband: Tech features of the Australian Budget 2016-17
The Plan lowers the company tax rate to 25% for businesses that turnover less than AU $10 million annually.