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The European Commission proposes €1.1 million from Globalisation Fund to help former workers of the ICT sector in Italy.
BAE Systems has announced that of 293 graduates being recruited by the Company this year, 44% will join its growing cyber security business, Detica.
A ground breaking global competition to bring a high-growth technology company to London with £1 million of investment has been launched.
KI becomes first university in Sweden to offer massive open online courses for a global student audience
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Firebrand Training is giving away IT training courses worth £1 million to one lucky winner in its Free Training For Life competition.
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The European Commission, together with the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, has published a cybersecurity strategy on network and information security.
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Ericsson invites student developers and those working in SMEs to participate in the competition which involves submitting an original Android application that has not been published elsewhere.
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New social media consultant firms are delivering programmes designed to expand a potential employer's arsenal of recruiting tricks.
The UK’s largest IT graduate employer, FDM Group, has been placed in the ‘Top Ten IT Employers for Women’ in 2012.
Computer scientists have developed the world’s first mobile phone app which colour codes messages so people know before reading them if they’re likely to make you feel good or bad.
As part of FDM Group’s ongoing women in IT campaign, the international IT services provider held another successful “Women in IT Advantage Session” in their flagship London office.
A cutting edge analysis of workplace mavericks could help employers to better identify them and channel their talents.
The international IT services provider, FDM Group, has been listed in the prestigious Guardian UK 300 for the first time.
A new course has been launches at Queen’s which could help attract investors to Northern Ireland by producing a new generation of software developers.
Microsoft Corp.has commissioned research from analyst firm IDC indicating that cloud computing will create nearly 14 million new jobs globally by 2015.
BMC Software, a leading Business Service Management software company, has launched the latest round of its market leading Post Graduate programme.
First identified in 2008, it would appear nomophobia – the fear of being out of mobile phone contact, is sharply increasing in the UK.
New research reveals that most business schools across the globe have untapped opportunities to provide innovative executive education programmes enabled by mobile technology.
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FDM Group is extending its recruitment drive to Poland due to the Eastern European country’s thriving IT market and high graduate unemployment rate.
A Europe-wide study has found that a growing number of organisations are turning to new learning technologies to help them increase their business agility.
PeoplePerHour.com reports a rapid rise in the number of students winning work as consultants in the digital sector.
A recent study reveals that two thirds of the employed graduates surveyed believed their degree had played an important part in securing them their first role.
Bangor University is one of the first universities in the UK to launch a ‘mobile web’ site aimed at attracting new students and providing web-based services.
The UK’s largest IT graduate employer, FDM Group, has ranked in 9th position of TheJobCrowd’s 2011 Top Companies For Graduates To Work For.
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A London undergraduate has launched a technical support service run by student volunteers. It aims to give free advice on IT issues.
Indian call centres promote local school enrolment:Research shows evidence of globalisation’s impact on job opportunities and a return to education.
A new report shows the rapid rise in the number of people made redundant securing work as consultants in the digital sector.
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Recent surveys have come up with contrasting results on whether job seekers in the UK are using social media to find employment.
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Panasonic aims for giving its employees a vast variety of opportunities to develop and stretch their abilities.