Comment: Tech skills are in great demand however with the arrival of IoT things will get a whole lot more complex. Tech talent must not only have key skills but must understand the intricate connections between them. In addition organizations must be able to recognize opportunities and translate these opportunities into new products and services. Not having the right talent on the team will leave organizations vulnerable to system failures and equally serious - security ri
IT pay rates in Singapore dwarf those in neighbouring countries and could be increased further due to an emerging skills gap. Businesses in Singapore are offering IT professionals attractive pay rates that dwarf those found throughout the rest of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean). According to the TechTarget salary survey 2016 Apac, around a third (30%) of IT professionals in Singapore are paid more than US$100,000 a year while only 8% earn US$25,000 or less.
Organisations in Malaysia and Singapore face tough competition to attract the right skills to drive their IT strategies Comment: "The tech skills shortage is a worldwide problem. The shortage is bound to grow as more organizations race to digitally innovate. The skills in greatest shortage in this region include cyber security and technology risk experts, project managers, business analysts, application developers, DevOps specialists along with mobile developers and data sc